JJA crews poured more than 22,000 linear feet of curbs and paved more than 6,000 tons of asphalt, accelerating the project schedule while providing top-notch quality.


Juniper Networks, originally a company that supplied routers to support networking, is now a premier provider of Internet infrastructure solutions to companies and telecommunication service providers. As it continued to grow and meet the complex demands of the industry, Juniper Networks required a new hub for their global operations. Located at Moffett Park in Sunnyvale, the master plan for the new campus includes nearly 2.5 million square feet of combined research and development and office space in ten different buildings, 135,000 square feet of employee-serving retail space, 60,000 square feet of special use space, landscaped pedestrian and bicycle paths, recreational areas, and four parking structures surrounded by surface parking spaces.

For their part in the project, J.J. Albanese provided a one-stop shop for the client in the creation of parking lots. After the initial grading of the future parking area, JJA crews poured more than 22,000 linear feet of curbs and paved more than 6,000 tons of asphalt, accelerating the project schedule while providing top-notch quality. To get the jobsite construction-ready, JJA demolished more than 1 million square feet of existing buildings, including a nine-story tower. Additionally, they crushed more than 200,000 tons of broken concrete and AC for construction materials to be used for the future buildings.
Project Details
Project Name:
Juniper Networks

Project Date:
2009-01-08

Client:
San Jose Construction

Scope:
Grading, Paving, Pump, Place and Finish, Site Concrete

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