In 2000, Cargill chose Accord Architecture to design its new $11 million Mason City egg processing facility. Cargill then sought Accord’s help with four more expansions and numerous renovations. Accord designed this facility to be functional, clean in appearance, and very efficient in processing food products. Large insulated cooler and freezer rooms are located at the rear of the building for temporary storage of both finished and raw products. A non-insulated warehouse is also attached. Besides the cooler/freezer buildings, the entire facility is enclosed with insulated precast concrete sandwich panels.