Silicon Valley is Our Backyard
Precision. Sustainability. Speed. These are the primary facility concerns of advanced technology clients. Their projects are frequently highly technical and often call for aggressive schedules to keep pace with product innovation and the competition. As a California builder headquartered in Sunnyvale – the heart of Silicon Valley – building for tech companies is hard-coded into our experience.
We have an enviable track record of completing successful tech construction projects, including clean rooms, server rooms and R&D labs. Complex mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection (MEPF) systems are the industry norm and require intricate coordination and oversight. Our in-house MEPF and BIM teams are experienced in managing these challenges, thus avoiding costly clashes in the field. Advanced tech projects also typically require large energy loads. Our LEED expertise and MEPF oversight can help reduce future energy needs and costs.
In the end, our building [Facebook MPK 20] finished ahead of schedule and under budget... It ended up costing us much less than any other major developments planned in Silicon Valley and taking way less time to build. - from Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook wallMark Zuckerberg, President, Facebook
- Data/Call/Executive Briefing Centers
- Microelectronic Fabrication Facilities
- Software Engineering Laboratories
- Clean Rooms
- Server Rooms
- Research and Development Laboratories
- Engineer Work Spaces
- Kitchens and Cafeterias
- Seismic Upgrades
News & Press
- Press Releases June 21, 2016
Level 10 Construction Completes New Stanford Children’s Health Specialty Services CenterSource: Level 10 Construction
- Articles May 31, 2016
Stanford Children’s Health Opens New 80,000-SF Specialty Services CenterSource: Medical Construction & Design
- Press Releases December 8, 2015
Level 10 Construction Builds Out Silevo’s New Solar Panel Manufacturing and R&D FacilitySource: Level 10 Construction
Featured Projects (Advanced Technology)
Western Digital (formerly HGST)South Bay Initiative Phase I San Jose, CA
New 130,000-sq.-ft. administration building and 100,000-sq.-ft. engineering building and campus improvements.
New 433,555-sq.-ft., two-story headquarters with a nine-acre green roof.
New 523,000-sq.-ft., two-story headquarters with an expansive green roof.
SilevoSolarCalifornia Technology Center Fremont, CA
150,000-sq.-ft. demolition and renovation of facility into a corporate office, R&D center and low-volume solar panel manufacturing facility.