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Sea Resources Engineering, Inc., active as a partnership since 1964 and incorporated in 1968, was formed to make available a unique combination of capabilities for serving the food and chemical industries. Vertically integrated specialties include research and development, engineering, construction, processing, nutrition, and marketing. A major stimulant to assembling these combined talents was confidence that opportunities to apply emerging new technologies and innovation would increase. This is particularly important as more of the world’s efforts in research, development, and commercialization become directed to the increasing of food for the ever-expanding world’s population. The company is now active in all aspects of the food industry with particular emphasis being placed on total utilization of both marine and fresh waters for sources of foods.
RESOURCES EVALUATION, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
1. Analysis of resource potential and planning for optimum growth of a new company.
2. Research and Development as applied to cultivated or natural resource harvesting, transporting, processing distributing, storing and marketing.
3. Formulation of food products with particular emphasis on the total utilization of raw materials and retention of nutrition.
4. Nutritional surveys of target populations.
5. Formulation of animal and fish feedstuffs using local raw materiel to optimize both cost and nutrition factors.
ECONOMIC AND ENGINEERING STUDIES
1. Complete engineering and feasibility studies on the location, cost, and operation of food processing plants and related facilities.
2. Domestic and export market surveys.
3. Complete analysis of port and industrial facilities for short-term solutions to problems and for long range planning.
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
1. Equipment and facilities for growing, harvesting, transporting, handling, storing, processing, packaging, distributing, and marketing of food products.
2. Aquaculture and Mariculture facilities.
3. Sanitation, pollution control, and waste disposal systems.
4. Contractual negotiation, construction programming, and supervision of construction.
1. Management consulting and/or long-term management contracts.
2. Personnel training programs.
3. Consultation and trouble shooting for government or industry.
4. Establishment of nutrition and quality control programs.
In summary, Sea Resources Engineering, Inc. can provide a complete and varied technological and administrative service, both in the exploration and development as well as in the application stages. We have the scientific knowledge and implementation “know-how” required for any food program, especially those related to the aquatic environment.
George M. Pigott, Ph.D., P.E.
MAJOR FEASIBILITY STUDIES AND SURVEY REPORTS
The Chilean Fishing Industry. Comprehensive study and report for the Rockefeller Foundation (1968).
The Venezuela Food and Fishing Industry. Survey and study for Marine International Science and Technology (1970).
Study of Food Technology Programs in Argentina. G. Pigott was a member of the US Panel of the Argentina-US Study Group in food Technology appointed by the National Academy of Science (1971).
The Food and Fisheries Potential of Brazil. Analysis for US five university Consortium for the Development of Technology (CODOT) (1971).
The Mexican Shrimp Industry. Survey and Business Plan for a fishing/processing complex for John Hanford and Associates (1971-2).
Food and Fisheries Development in the Dominican Republic. Study and recommended program for the Dominican Government (1971-72).
Fisheries in the Five Central American Countries (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. Extensive survey and study for US five university Consortium for the Development of Technology (CODOT), The Central American Institute for Investigation of Industrial Technology (ICAITI), and the United Nations (1972).
Peruvian Government Fisheries Development Loan Application. On-site review for the International Bank for Reconstruction Land Development (1972-73).
Ecuador Fishing Industry and Requirements for Technical Personnel. Recommended fisheries program for the Escuela Superior Politecnicos de Gauyaquil, sponsored by the Partners for Alliance, Partners for the Americas (1972).
Food and fishing Industry Investment Potential in the Philippines, Thailand and Australia. Study and recommendations for a group of private US investors (1973).
Design of Seafood Processing Plant for the Mexican Freeport Area. Study and design for John Hanford and Associates (1974).
Fisheries Potential of Eastern Dominican Republic. Development of programs for improving agriculture and fishing and upgrading nutritional status of population. Project completed for Gulf and Western Corporation (1975-6).
The Potential of Using Trace Elements in Ecuador for Animal and Aquaculture Feed. Study with Con Agra Corp. For Natural Minerals Company (1978).
Future World Seafood Potential. Review report for ITT (1979).
Preliminary Design of Seafood Processing Facility in Newport, Oregon. Feasibility Study for Rondys, Inc. and Clyde Hamstreet Joint Venture. Subcontract to CH2M HILL (1978-80).
Cold Storage Facility and Food Processing Plant in Yakutat, Alaska. Engineering feasibility study for City of Yakutat. Subcontract to CH2M HILL (1980).
Impacts of the Extended 200-Mile Fishery Limit. Port System study for the Public Ports of Washington State, Part 2 of Volume II. Technical Study for Washington Public Ports Association. Subcontract to CH2M HILL (1980).
The Egyptian Food Processing Industry. Study for the National Academy of Science, sponsored by A.I.D. (1980-81).
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