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Anechoic Chamber

The Problem
Our client needed to test their new product, as well as future products, for FCC compliance. To do this, they needed to use an anechoic chamber, which are typically used for testing materials for radiation emission. The secrecy of the product was also an important request from the client.
The Solution
As anechoic chambers are a rather unique, intricate construction project, it was important to fully gather the necessities of the new facility. We concluded that, rather than construct an entire new building, we expand an outer building on-site to house the project.
The Outcome
We were able to maintain the secrecy of the product by continuing the expansion of the client’s existing building. Although only a single, narrow road led to the job site, which complicated the logistics of the project, we were able to construct and close out the project as specified and on-schedule.

Semiconductor Manufacturing Facility

The Problem
Our client learned that they would not be able to renew the lease on their semiconductor manufacturing facility and so needed to move within a month. We were then tasked with a very rapid build out of the new location. Since our client operates in an extremely specific, technical industry, it was imperative to understand their needs for the space.
The Solution
We broke the project down into the specific areas of the facility to create flow for the work and sequenced it so that work was completed in appropriate phases. This allowed for a relocation in phases as time was of the essence.
The Outcome
We were able to meet the client’s deadline and moved them out of their previous space in time, leaving the client extremely satisfied.