This soybean crush plant in Shell Rock, Iowa crushes approximately 38.5 million bushels of soybeans annually.  It produces soybean oil for food grade vegetable oil and for use in biofuel production.  It also produces soybean meal and soy hulls as feed ingredients.  Larson was responsible for the preparation, extraction and boiler buildings’ structural design, containment structures, tower and truck scale foundations, and the meal storage and office pre-engineered metal buildings’ foundation design.

From a small office in White Bear Lake, Minnesota with a handful of employees, Larson Engineering has expanded to include 11 offices in 8 states.  Our roots are in providing consulting engineering services to architectural and industrial clients. 1982 marked the beginning of Larson’s diversification in services with our entry into curtain wall engineering. We continue to expand our services to best serve our clients.  Today, we are a trusted partner in each step of the design process. Larson’s structural, civil, process industrial, environmental, health & safety, oil & gas, mechanical, electrical and curtain wall engineers each have their own specialty.

Whether it is the design of blast-resistant structures, slip formed silos, or a biomass receiving and material handling system, we have the expertise to make your project a success.  From the administrative assistant than answers your call, to the engineer assigned to your project, and the accountant that sends the invoice – our whole team is made of employee-owners that are dedicated to client service.