This $85 million, 164,000 sq. ft. expansion of Nu Skin’s global headquarters will be home to advanced research laboratories, a network operations center, meeting/collaboration areas, retail space, a café and campus green space. Also included are special distributor recognition areas.
The Building 40 Expansion encompassed some 64,000 sq. ft. of added and renovated space on two floors at an estimated construction cost of $200 million. Primarily, the spaces include clean rooms, mechanical rooms and sub-fab mechanical/electrical service spaces.
This is a 208,000 gross sq. ft., three-story medical care facility (Type 2A & 2B) within the Daybreak development with a project construction budget of $50 million.
These projects involved building commissioning of six tenant improvement projects across the United States for Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Total Building Commissioning is providing the required building commissioning services for this 90,000 sq. ft., $5 million research facility and data center, which serves the entire Arizona State University campus.
This facilities infrastructure upgrade for a critical operation call center occurred simultaneously with a sister project in Columbus, Ohio.
Commissioning of a mission-critical, seven-floor tenant improvement/resiliency upgrade for an international financial services corporation.
Retro-commissioning and energy analysis for the entire 100,000-square-foot campus.
The Education and Guest Services building at Tracy Aviary is a new two-story, 10,800 sq. ft., design-build facility that has earned LEED® Gold.
The Larry H. Miller Toyota dealership is a new motor vehicle showroom including office areas, conference and training rooms, lube facility, service drive, repair garage, detail bays and part storage.
Total Building Commissioning (TBC) was the commissioning authority for this 180,000 sq. ft., $40 million new facility to house Department of Human Services and Department of Environmental Quality and other state agencies.
This $30 million, 102,350 sq. ft. facility is owned and operated by the cities of Tempe and Scottsdale, AZ, along with Valley Metro, the regional transit authority. It serves 250 buses which are serviced and washed daily.