San Jose, CA
Devcon Construction has been building the San Jose Cisco Campus since 1992. Throughout our long relationship with Cisco, we have work on additional campuses in Boston, San Francisco, and Mountain View. The following list is some of the work we have done on the San Jose campus:
Project consists of eight 2-story concrete tilt-up buildings with complete tenant improvements, (2) cafeterias, executive briefing center, labs and manufacturing. Site 1 encompasses Buildings A-H.
Project consists of one 4-story, two 3-story and one 2-story buildings. Includes complete tenant improvements, cafeteria, executive briefing center and labs. Site 2 encompasses Buildings I-P.
Project consists of three 2-story concrete tilt-up buildings situated on a 13 acre site. Sitework includes two water features and concrete walks with trellises. Tenant improvements include office space, engineering labs and a 7,000 SF cafeteria. Site 3 encompasses Buildings M-Q.
Project consists of eleven 3-story and seven 4-story buildings and one 5-story building situated on a 125 acre site. The buildings are steel framed, dryvit skinned buildings. Sitework includes water features, sports facilities and pedestrian walkways linking the buildings. Tenant improvements features an auditorium, conference center, engineering labs, three cafeterias, fitness center, computer center and open office areas. Site 4 encompasses Buildings 1-19.
Project consists of five 3-story buildings situated on a 70 acre site. The buildings are steel framed, curtain wall and aluminum panel skinned buildings. Site work includes water features, sports facilities and pedestrian walkways linking the buildings. Tenant improvements features extensive engineering labs, a full service cafeteria, a data center and open office areas. Site 5 encompasses Buildings 20-25
SITE 5.1 EXPANSION CAMPUS:
Managing the design/build team for pre-construction and buildout of five 2-story office buildings. These buildings which are 82,000 SF each, two of which are built on a concrete podium with parking below, and feature steel framed structures, houses rack lab, bench lab, light lab, open office space, EBC & telepresence conference rooms, as well as a 20,000 SF cafeteria. Project also featured 80,000 SF labs with starline electrical hot isle/cold isle HVAC with box car units on the roof for cooling. Site 5.1 encompasses Buildings 28-32. This project is a LEED Gold Award winner.
Project consists of two 3-story buildings. The buildings are metal panel and GFRC steel framed. Sitework includes water features and pedestrian walkways.
SITE 7 COYOTE:
Design/build and pre-construction services of a project consisting of forty 3 to 6 story buildings. The steel frame buildings include a variety of exterior skins, such as metal panels, GFRC/Precast panels and glass curtain walls. Tenant improvements consist of several laboratory areas, offices, data centers, conference rooms, exercise facilities and an auditorium. The site also features extensive infrastructure sitework.
SITE 7 PARKING GARAGE:
438,500 SF project consisting of three levels 1,353 parking stalls, 438,500 SF of “open” parking structure. Construction type: Type II FR. Occupancy group: S3 open parking garage. Structural system: concrete long span column spacing with post tensioned concrete decks, concrete slab on grade spread footings. Project featured Agrarian themed architectural style to match the Coyote Valley Master plan. The design incorporates curved CMU screen walls, trellis canopies and cantilevered steel balconies. Landscaping berms at grade level reduce perceived building height and architectural mesh panels at ground floor openings were provided for aesthetic and security reasons. (Design only)
SITE 4 EBC:
Site “4” 35,000 SF Executive Briefing Center on the ground floor of a 5-story (+/- 255,119 SF) office R&D building. Projects consists of separate secured (card access) lobby off of the main building lobby, 12 individual conference rooms and two demonstration rooms of various sizes. Project also includes a virtual customer office, a virtual sales office, a company lab “display” room with a curved full height mullion free glass wall and an adjacent executive catering facility. Storage and separate rest room facilities also accompany the building with considerable display space in a central circular circulation area. There is also an extensive use of audiovisual equipment and multiple ceilings and soffits heights based on a radial geometry. Indirect cove lighting in both curved and linear soffits as well as high-end millwork details and trims.
SITE 4 & 5 CAFETERIAS:
Project consisting of four cafeterias, three for Site 4 and one for Site 5, totaling approximately 75,000 SF.
SITE 5.1 LAB HVAC RETROFIT:
Installation of rooftop HVAC ductwork, dampers and controls to enable house HVAC units to back-up lab HVAC units. Work involved four (4) buildings and (16) rooftop HVAC units.
PARKING STRUCTURES 1, 2, 3:
Project consisting of three design/build, cast-in-place, reinforced and post-tensioned concrete construction parking garages, each consisting of four levels of above grade parking (3 elevated). Structure 1 is 239,141 SF and provides 788 stalls. Structure 2 is 225,031 SF and provides 741 stalls. Structure 3 is 319,085 SF and provides 1032 stalls. All of the garages feature charging stations for electric vehicles, vehicle monitoring systems, preparations for future photovoltaic systems, upgraded site and garage signage to match the campus, and a texcoat finish.
BUILDING 1 & BUILDING 2 NUOVA RELOCATION:
Phased and expedited relocation of Nuova from off-campus building to SJC-1 & 2. Scope included revisions in existing rack and bench labs to provide electrical and data cabling requirements, as well as infrastructure for new and relocated chambers.
BUILDING 2 MULTI-LABS:
30,500 SF project involves demolition of office space and construction of three rack labs on 24” access floor. Added equipment includes 21 CAH units, cooling tower, chiller, 21 KV main electrical service section and related distribution, as well as cyber-switched Starline modular power system to facilitate remote monitoring of power consumption and load shedding. Project built in occupied building in three phases, including relocation of library and security operations center.
BUILDING 6 RACK LABS:
Project consisting of five phases of exterior and interior improvements of a 176,735 SF 3-story building. Project included the conversion of bench lab to Rack lab and featured demolition, raised floor, HVAC units, with roof top equipment and structural steel. Project also featured a 24” raised floor.
BUILDING 8 BROADCAST TELEVISION STUDIOS:
Coordinate all engineering (acoustical, sound and MEP) to construct 14,400 SF if a Broadcast Television Studio. Project scope included four studios with Control Rooms, Master control room and Edit Suites. Construction consists of sound doors, layered wall and ceiling construction with sound isolators and close coordination with the systems integrator equipment and cabling contractor.
BUILDING 9 EVENT CENTER LIGHTING:
Project consisting of removal of existing light fixtures and installation of new upgraded fixtures, new ceiling, replacement of existing flooring, and re-lamp at food service counters and paint. Project also features upgraded flooring in two conference rooms, new window coverings, re-lamping, new chem-metal chair rails and base and paint.
250,000 SF tenant improvement within a 5-story office building including ADA exterior sitework upgrades, executive suite areas, private offices, and board room with state of the art telepresence Prysm integrated technology. Project consists of breakrooms, an Ecafe, open office areas, audio privacy rooms, touch-down spaces, new open ceiling at 2-story lobby with new poured concrete stairs. Project also features a new reception desk, all new finishes, custom casework, custom furniture, rare wood ceilings and paneling, restroom cores and elevator lobbies, new LED lighting, new ceilings, new upgraded data, as well as new HVAC distribution.
BUILDING 12 CCW:
208,000 SF tenant improvement including all new cable to Cat 6 standards in all FD, BD, SD, & LD rooms, new quiet rooms, break rooms, and egg shaped break area. Project also consists of new carpet, new paint, new cubicles to match the new style of CCW workspace, refresh lobby, acoustic fabric panels, and IDEA paint to write on the walls with magnetic properties.
BUILDING 15 LAB UGRADES:
Power, cooling and raised floor upgrades to (2) labs totaling 17,000 SF, including installation of new transformer and (3) 30-ton CRAH units.
BUILDING 15 ACTIVE COLLABORATION ROOM PILOT PROJECT:
770 SF project consisting of a telepresence linked to multiple displays (Smartboard, projectors) with raised flooring to run cabling/power to all seating areas in the space. The raised floor was a Haworth Tecrete floor system with spider junction boxes providing power distribution under the floor. A ramp was built outside the door to transition to the level of the open cubicle space.
BUILDING 21 UPGRADES:
240,000 SF 3-story building project consisting of upgrades to power, lighting, data and finishes throughout.
BUILDING 24 AST LAB:
5,175 SF Audio/Video Testing Lab. Scope includes raised floor lab containing over 300 monitors mounted on reconfigurable framed structure, extensive power and data cabling, supporting rack labs, conference and Telepresence Rooms.
BUILDING C TRAINING CENTER:
45,000 SF, three phase project within an existing occupied building that consist of adding approximately 20 training rooms, new two story metal stair, additional rated core and expansion of two restroom cores. Coordinated all architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing trades engineering and construction.
BUILDING L CREATIVITY ZONES:
Design/build project consisting of community rooms with video games, arcade games and touch screens. The 1st floor creativity zone features a video game theme while the 2nd floor has a comic book theme. Rooms are located in the building where the Cisco employees can take a break from their daily activities but also keep their minds engaged.
BUILDING M DATA CENTER REMODEL:
Data center remodel including a 3,000 SF expansion of existing data center while in operation.
121,126 SF two-story concrete tilt-up building with offices, two anechoic chambers and two debug chambers used for product testing. Project consisting of three phases. Phase 1 included installation of new foundation for acoustical chamber. Phase 2 featured installation of a new acoustical chamber and construction of floating slab floors, installation of control room, with miscellaneous electrical and mechanical work. Phase 3 consisted of two new humidifiers on the roof, duck work, and structural roof sleepers.
BUILDING Q LIFE CONNECTIONS CENTER:
113,000SF two-story tenant improvement build-out including a 43,000 SF child care center, 45,000 SF fitness center and 26,395 SF health clinic. The child care center also includes 40,000 SF of site work with an enclosed play yard with playground equipment and structures. This project is a LEED Gold Award winner.
BUILDING Q PHYSICAL THERAPY REFRESH:
Project consisting of replacement of existing men’s and women’s locker room vanities, vanity mirrors and lighting. Project also includes new lockers, new privacy curtains at dressing rooms and paint, upgraded lighting in gym area, multipurpose room with a store front glass door, creation of a spa corridor entering into the massage and locker rooms area. The physical therapy remodel features an additional physical therapy room, new flooring, paint, mirrors, ballet bar, and replacement of carpets in the medical reception area, hallways and two staircases.
Cisco corporate headquarters Executive Briefing Center includes selective demolition of 32,000 SF to provide new finishes throughout including interactive audio visual systems and large meeting facility. Occupied by Cisco Executives. Project is considered to be fast track and is based on an eight week schedule.
18,000 SF design/build Cisco Corporate Headquarters Executive Briefing Center. Project included demolition and relocation of all main overhead MEP and fire systems to accommodate raised ceilings, seven unique Telepresence Suites, one sports and entertainment suite, six customer briefing suites, high-end interactive audio visual systems, lighting and finishes. Fast track project occupied by Cisco executives.
Cisco Connected Workplace projects in Building 11 and Building 14 includes demolition and rebuild totaling over 65,000 SF. Open workplace environment, new cores, new high end finishes throughout. Fast track project.
Multiple chamber installation including water cooled with CDA, sound, altitude, humidity, RF and anechoic at Cisco Systems at building A, B, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, 1, 4, 6, 7, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 31 and 32.
CHILD CARE CENTER:
Child care facility to house approximately 480 children. 64,000 SF single story wood framed lath and plaster building with a masonry wainscot. A unique courtyard design was developed in order to mitigate the numerous challenges of a very difficult triangular-shaped site. The site has inhospitable adjacencies on all sides; a major freeway (880), a 6-lane overpass, a strip retail shopping plaza, and a busy 4-lane road. The courtyard design exceeds the minimal state mandated outdoor play space and allowed the architectural scale to be reduced to a more child-friendly “residential” size. Extensive overhangs provide shade and eliminate the need for internal corridors.
Pre-construction services for a 2,925,000 SF project consisting of new offices within R & D buildings on a portion of the existing Cisco San Jose ‘Site 4’ campus. The project sits on 47.61 acres on the north side of Tasman Drive between Zanker Road and McCarthy Boulevard. Project includes demolition of three existing Cisco buildings; numbers 3, 4 and 5, and retaining four existing Cisco (“Lab”) buildings; numbers 1, 2, 6 and 7. The construction includes three new 15-story high-rise towers with two levels of below grade parking along with two 10-level parking structures. The below grade parking levels will be interconnected below grade and the three high-rise buildings will be connected with above grade bridges on most floors.
GLOBAL PROGRAMS AND TSBU TELEPRESENCE:
Design/build projects directly with lab user groups that design product as well as Global Programs/Marketing on Cisco rollout of product. Project includes electrical and data infrastructure for units, HVAC and finishes for rooms.
Architect of Record:
Devcon Construction, Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Various LEED Certifications