Samsung’s Research and Development Campus, an 8.5-acre, 385,000-square-foot property, recently opened after a fast-paced construction timeframe. The campus features two six-story office buildings of 192,500 square feet each, plus two parking structures and an acre of open space. LEED Platinum certified, the project provides for up to a 20 percent reduction in auto trips, a reduction of water use by up to 30 percent, waste reduced by up to 50 percent, and also requires less overall energy than the 118,000-square-foot industrial campus that previously occupied the site.
J.J. Albanese was hired for multiple scopes on this project: demolition of four existing multiple-level tilt up buildings; grading and paving; pump, place and finish of more than 1,000,000 square feet of cast-in-place office buildings and parking structures; and the site concrete. JJA’s multiple scope approach ensured that the job would continue to move forward and on schedule, and the project was completed in just one year.
Samsung Research Center
Demolition, Grading and Paving Pump, Place and Finish, Site Concrete