Market of Choice chose Eugene, Oregon for their newest 100,000 square foot central kitchen and food distribution center to deliver the freshest food product possible. The owner was concerned with producing a concrete slab that could meet the high demands placed on a food handling facility. Traditional slabs have tight control joint spacing that is costly to maintain due to health department standards. Novomesh® 950 was chosen as a replacement to traditional concrete slab methods. Oldcastle Materials produced the concrete mix with 3500 psi and a .53 w/c and 12 oz./lOO of superplasticizer. They also used a 1.5' coarse aggregate and paid special attention to the gap gradation. This method was recommended by the SSI Consulting Engineers to ensure a sufficient slab was created that still met the demands of a high-traffic food service warehouse. The resulting slab was both cost-effective and high performing and will serve Market of Choice for years to come.