Broadcom San Jose
San Jose, CA
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Broadcom San Jose
PROJECT LEADER
Ron Zawadzki
COMPLETION DATE
August 9, 2018
CLIENT
HOK
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

This 575,000 square foot project consisted of demolition and tenant improvements to two existing 6-story office buildings and two existing 3-storyoffice buildings. The project included open office space, technical lab space, café, fitness center, and conference centers. The mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems and equipment were replaced on the two 6-storybuildings and reused/reconditioned on the two 3-story buildings. The project included core and shell MEP upgrade plans, Tenant Improvement plans, and foodservice plans. We renovated the exterior skin facades of two buildings, and the project also features a new four-level, 810 stall parking garage and significant sitework for Broadcom's new campus in North San Jose. This project also added Modular central plants to each building, with new process chilled water loops, air-cooled chillers, air handlers, boilers, cooling towers, VAV boxes, fan coils, and in-row cooling inputs.

Electrical Solutions: Extensive electrical service upgrades, including the addition of new standby generators, occurred at each building to accommodate various electronic lab configurations, including bench, rack, and environmental test/EMI chamber labs. All new technology systems were provided, including new copper and fiber optic cabling plants, emergency radio and cellular radio in-building-re-enforcement systems, enterprise access control systems, and CCTV systems. The primary project challenge included a highly compressed delivery schedule, which caused the programming & design to evolve as demolition occurred. This effort required a high level of trust, communication, and accountability from the project team, with tk1sc functioning as a primary team member.

Plumbing Solutions: The plumbing systems within each building had to undergo an extensive redesign to accommodate the change inoccupancy. The core bathrooms in each bathroom were the only remaining items. We performed extensive work to reuse the existing sanitary and domestic water systems within each building. The project challenge was adapting the building to the owner's needs with existing utilities. The buildings were primary office buildings when purchased. With converting the building to its new lab use, The programming required compressed air systems. Roof space was limited, and each building needed a dedicated plant. Also, food service was among the challenges as the domestic water and sanitary waste systems for these spaces were not available. We worked with the client diligently on space planning and to maximize the buildings to their needs.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ray Swartz
Tjwan Tang
Ron Zawadzki
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PROJECT LEADER
Ron Zawadzki
COMPLETION DATE
August 9, 2018
CLIENT
HOK
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

This 575,000 square foot project consisted of demolition and tenant improvements to two existing 6-story office buildings and two existing 3-storyoffice buildings. The project included open office space, technical lab space, café, fitness center, and conference centers. The mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems and equipment were replaced on the two 6-storybuildings and reused/reconditioned on the two 3-story buildings. The project included core and shell MEP upgrade plans, Tenant Improvement plans, and foodservice plans. We renovated the exterior skin facades of two buildings, and the project also features a new four-level, 810 stall parking garage and significant sitework for Broadcom's new campus in North San Jose. This project also added Modular central plants to each building, with new process chilled water loops, air-cooled chillers, air handlers, boilers, cooling towers, VAV boxes, fan coils, and in-row cooling inputs.

Electrical Solutions: Extensive electrical service upgrades, including the addition of new standby generators, occurred at each building to accommodate various electronic lab configurations, including bench, rack, and environmental test/EMI chamber labs. All new technology systems were provided, including new copper and fiber optic cabling plants, emergency radio and cellular radio in-building-re-enforcement systems, enterprise access control systems, and CCTV systems. The primary project challenge included a highly compressed delivery schedule, which caused the programming & design to evolve as demolition occurred. This effort required a high level of trust, communication, and accountability from the project team, with tk1sc functioning as a primary team member.

Plumbing Solutions: The plumbing systems within each building had to undergo an extensive redesign to accommodate the change inoccupancy. The core bathrooms in each bathroom were the only remaining items. We performed extensive work to reuse the existing sanitary and domestic water systems within each building. The project challenge was adapting the building to the owner's needs with existing utilities. The buildings were primary office buildings when purchased. With converting the building to its new lab use, The programming required compressed air systems. Roof space was limited, and each building needed a dedicated plant. Also, food service was among the challenges as the domestic water and sanitary waste systems for these spaces were not available. We worked with the client diligently on space planning and to maximize the buildings to their needs.

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Broadcom San Jose
San Jose, CA
Home
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Projects
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Broadcom San Jose
PROJECT LEADER
Ron Zawadzki
COMPLETION DATE
August 9, 2018
CLIENT
HOK
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

This 575,000 square foot project consisted of demolition and tenant improvements to two existing 6-story office buildings and two existing 3-storyoffice buildings. The project included open office space, technical lab space, café, fitness center, and conference centers. The mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems and equipment were replaced on the two 6-storybuildings and reused/reconditioned on the two 3-story buildings. The project included core and shell MEP upgrade plans, Tenant Improvement plans, and foodservice plans. We renovated the exterior skin facades of two buildings, and the project also features a new four-level, 810 stall parking garage and significant sitework for Broadcom's new campus in North San Jose. This project also added Modular central plants to each building, with new process chilled water loops, air-cooled chillers, air handlers, boilers, cooling towers, VAV boxes, fan coils, and in-row cooling inputs.

Electrical Solutions: Extensive electrical service upgrades, including the addition of new standby generators, occurred at each building to accommodate various electronic lab configurations, including bench, rack, and environmental test/EMI chamber labs. All new technology systems were provided, including new copper and fiber optic cabling plants, emergency radio and cellular radio in-building-re-enforcement systems, enterprise access control systems, and CCTV systems. The primary project challenge included a highly compressed delivery schedule, which caused the programming & design to evolve as demolition occurred. This effort required a high level of trust, communication, and accountability from the project team, with tk1sc functioning as a primary team member.

Plumbing Solutions: The plumbing systems within each building had to undergo an extensive redesign to accommodate the change inoccupancy. The core bathrooms in each bathroom were the only remaining items. We performed extensive work to reuse the existing sanitary and domestic water systems within each building. The project challenge was adapting the building to the owner's needs with existing utilities. The buildings were primary office buildings when purchased. With converting the building to its new lab use, The programming required compressed air systems. Roof space was limited, and each building needed a dedicated plant. Also, food service was among the challenges as the domestic water and sanitary waste systems for these spaces were not available. We worked with the client diligently on space planning and to maximize the buildings to their needs.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ray Swartz
Tjwan Tang
Ron Zawadzki
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