AlfaTech has built a reputation over 30+ years providing the most innovative and sustainable engineering solutions starting at the master planning phase and continuing through construction administration. Our clients include high tech clients, service firms, large organizations in various industries, local and multi-national companies, and many ongoing clients we’ve been serving for years. We provide intelligent and cutting edge design at every turn, beginning at the commencement of every project in order to provide maximum benefit to our clients through the entire process. Our engineering solutions are highly efficient and cost effective, and ensure clients the greatest possible return on investment. Overall, we strive to develop the most dynamic relationships, be attentive to the needs of our clients and partners, and be true team players. With this mindset, we’ve proudly built a stellar list of clients.
AlfaTech is part of a network of experienced companies that provide relevant services across the globe. These firms possess the most innovative and brightest talent which ensures the most forward thinking solutions and services for all projects in all the markets we serve. These companies operate from numerous offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Now with over 6,400 staff members worldwide and in over 30 countries we
Collectively, the expertise of AlfaTech and RSBG provides engineering solutions that augments the vision of our clients and enables the most groundbreaking workplaces that go beyond current trends, and enable all future-of-work strategies.
Uber, Mission Bay 1 & 2
L O C AT I O N S
US San Francisco, California San Jose, California Los Angeles, California Atlanta, Georgia Edison, New Jersey
EUROPE Vienna, Austria Le, Denmark Paris, France Berlin, Germany
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Doha, Qatar Abu Dhabi, UAE
Rostock, Germany Stralsund, Germany Wiesbaden, Germany Cologne, Germany Athens, Greece Madrid,Spain Zurich, Switzerland Istanbul, Turkey Birmingham, UK Bishop’s Strotford, UK Croydon, UK Edinburgh, UK Exeter, UK Leamington Spa, UK Leeds, UK London, UK Luton, UK
Al Ain, UAE Dubai, UAE Madiant Zayad, UAE AFRICA Beau Bassin, Mauritis Cairo, Egypt
ASIA Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh Dehradun, India Delhi, India Gandhingar, India Mumbai, India New Dehli, India
Maidenhead, UK Manchester, UK Nottingham, UK Stockport, UK Sunderland, UK Wakefield, UK
Pune, India Rajkot, India
Additional Resources Through the Sister Companies 65+ locations | 30 countries | 6,400+ staff members
ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING DESIGN Lighting and Lighting Controls Lighting Calculations
COMMISSIONING | ENERGY SOLUTIONS Early Quantifiable Energy Study Incentives
Heating Systems Water and Gas Cooling Systems / Chilled Water Dehumidification Systems Contamination Sensitive Areas Industrial Hygiene Systems Low Tolerance Temp Control Title 24 Analysis and Design Heat Recovery Systems Central Utility Plants Air Handlers HVAC System Controls PLC Programming Fire Protection and Plumbing
Customized ROI Calculations Sustainable Lighting Design Energy Savings Analysis Custom Lighting Fixtures Custom Lighting Fixtures Design
Energy Star® Assessments Retro-commissioning (RCx) Monitoring Brand Continuous Commissioning (MBCCx) ASHRAE Level 1, 2 and 3 Energy Audits Measurement and Verification (M&V) of installed projects Energy Modeling Net Zero Energy Budgeting HVAC/Chilled Water Plant Optimization
TECHNOLOGY DESIGN Low Voltage Design Audio Visual Design
Security Systems Design Architectural Acoustics Wireless Design & Modeling Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Integrated Building Management Systems BMS Network Integration Telco Facilities and Services Voice Systems and Applications Relocation & Data Center Migration Services Strategic Planning and Analysis Project Management Management Consulting SUSTAINABILITY Sustainability Planning (Organizational and Infrastructural) LEED / Green Building Consulting Masterplanning Life Cycle Cost Assessment Occupant Wellness and Comfort
PROCESS Industrial Waste Collection Acid Neutralization Bio-Kill Waste System Process Waste Containment Ultra pure De-ionized Water Systems USP Water WFI Specialty Chemicals Chemical Storage
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Power Systems
Emergency & Standby Power Lighting and Lighting Controls Security Systems 24 / 7 Power Systems (UPS) Power Monitoring Systems Toxic Gas Monitoring Graphic Control and Alarm Panels Grounding and Bonding
Lab and Special Gas Systems Ultra High Purity Gas Piping
Bulk & Specialty Gases Toxic Materials Handling Code Compliance Process Distribution Piping Process Cooling Water Medical Gas Medical Vacuum Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal system (WAGD) Dental Vacuum System Dental Water System
Energy Management Energy Conservation Fire Alarm Systems Public Address Systems Plug Loads Control
JDS Uniphase Corporation John Muir Medical Center Johnson & Johnson Johnson Controls JP Morgan Chase JRH Biosciences Juniper Networks Junipero Serra High School Kaiser HealthConnect Kaiser Permanente Kasowitz, Benson, et al Kimpton Hotels KLA-Tencor Corp La Clinica De La Raza
Novell Novellus Systems NVIDIA Ohlone Community College OptiSolar Oracle Orchard Properties Oread Pacific Bell PDL BioPharma PG&E Panattoni Europe Pfizer Philips Semiconductor Pitney Bowes Polycom Port of San Francisco Presidio Trust Price Waterhouse Coopers Qualcomm Queens Medical Center Rambus Raytheon Company
Scripps Memorial Hospital Sequoia Hospital CHW Sequoia UHSD Siemens SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Solectron Corporation Sony America Spansion Sprint SRI International (Stanford Research) Stanford Healthcare & Clinics Stanford University Stanford University Medical Center
365 Main 3M Company AARP Abbott Biotherapeutics Abbott Laboratories Abbvie Abgenix Abt Associates ACCO Engineered Systems Adaptec AOC Adobe Systems Advanced Micro Devices Advantest America Advent Software Aetna Affymetrix Alliance Bernstein, LLP Alta Bates Health System Altera Corporation Alum Rock School District Alza Amazon/Lab 126 Ambiance Associates Ambience Interiors Amdocs American Express Company Amgen Amprius Agilent Technologies Agnes Medical Center Akamai Technologies Alcoa Allen, Matkins, et al
Bingham McCutchen, LLP Bio-Rad Laboratories BioGenex Biomarin Pharmaceutical BioMed Realty Trust Bloom Energy BMC Software Booz Allen Hamilton Inc
County of Sacramento County of San Mateo County of Santa Clara Credence CSAA
CSU Northridge Cupertino USD Daughters of Charity Health Dell Deloitte Consulting Digital Realty Trust Dignity Health Dominican Hospital Dropbox Dupont East Side Union HSD eBay Eil Lilly & Company Elsevier Inc Emirates National Oil Empire State Development Equinix Equis Corporation Ericsson Ernst & Young LLP Exelixis Ferrari Maserati of Silicon Valley Fidelity Investments Fireman’s Fund Insurance First Franklin Financial Corp Flextronics Foundry Networks Franklin Templeton Investments Genencor Genentech General Dynamics General Electric Genzyme Corporation Gilead Sciences Goldman Sachs Good Samaritan Hospital GSA Harbor UCLA Medical Center Hayward USD
Boston Properties Boston Scientific Bradford Schools Bristol-Myers Squibb Broadcom Broadreach Capital Partners Brocade Buck Institute Stem Cell Research Lab Cadence Design Systems Cal Pacific Med Center California Department of Mental Health CarrAmerica Development Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Chabot Las Positas CCD Charles Schwab Chevron Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles County Children’s Hospital, Oakland Children’s Hospital, Orange County Children’s Hospital, San Antonio Chinese Hospital Cisco Systems Citigroup Realty Services
Stion Corporation Stryker Endoscopy Stubhub Sun Microsystems SunPower Sutter Health Sybase Inc Symantec Synopsys Inc
Lam Research Laney College
Lawrence Berkeley Lab Letterman Digital Arts Levi Strauss & Company Linear Technology LinkedIn Lockheed Martin Corp Logitech Longs Drug Stores Los Gatos Saratoga HSD Lumentum Marriott International Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital Marvell Semiconductor Maxim McKesson Medarex Menlo Park City School District Mercy Southwest Hospital Microsoft Mills/Peninsula Hospital Mission Oaks Hospital Molecular Devices Monterey Peninsula College Morgan Hill USD Morgan Stanley Morrison & Foerster Motorola Mountain View School District MW Zander NASA-Ames National Semiconductor Network Appliance Nokia Nortel Networks North Bay Medical Center Northrop Grumman Novartis
Sysorex T-Mobile Tencent Tesla Motors The Gap Twitter Uber UC Berkeley UC Davis UC Davis Medical Center UC San Francisco
Regional Medical Center Riverbed Technologies Robert Half International Roche Bioscience Ross Stores Sacramento Municipal Utility District Safeway Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Saint Joseph Hospital Saint Louise Regional Hospital Saint Mary’s Hospital Samaritan Medical Center Samsung San Francisco City Hall San Francisco International Airport San Francisco USD San Jose Medical Center San Jose Redevelopment Agency San Jose State University San Jose USD San Mateo CCCD San Mateo County Office of Education Sandia Laboratories Santa Clara County Health Dept. Santa Clara County Library Santa Clara County Office of Education Santa Clara USD Santa Clara University
City of Cupertino City of Foster City
UC Santa Cruz UC Los Angeles UCLA Outpatient Surgery/Oncology Center UCSF Mission Bay Medical Center Ultratech University of Colorado Hospital
City of Fremont City of Monterey City of Mountain View City of Newark City of Oakland City of Palo Alto City of Sacramento
Amstein + Walthert Anderson Architects Anixter Applied Dynamics Applied Materials Aradigm AT&T Park Clinic Atmel Corp Autodesk Avaya Avid Technology Avidex BAE Systems Bank of America Banuazizi Architects Bayer Healthcare Bechtel Corporation Bell, Rosenberg, et al Berryessa USD
University of Nevada University of Virginia URS Valley Medical Center Verisign Verity Health Verizon Communications Veteran’s Administration Visa International Vivus VMware Wachovia Bank
City of San Jose City of San Mateo City of Santa Clara City of Saratoga City of South San Francisco City of Sunnyvale College of Contra Costa College of Marin Colliers International Computer Associates Int’l Compuware CoreSite County of Monterey
Hewlett Packard Highland Hospital Hitachi America IBM Impax Laboratories Informatica Corporation Intel InterMune Intuit J&W Scientific
SAP Labs LLC Saratoga USD Savvis
Washington Hospital Xoma Therapeutics Yahoo
S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y
AlfaTech follows a holistic approach to meet project expectations in all dimensions. Providing sustainable design is an achievement if it is also functional. Increasing efficiency is realistic when it is applicable. Meeting the project budget is possible when the design is constructible.
We take pride in our designs and ensure that the following principles are aligned in our approach to every project:
• Implementing sustainable solutions • Environmental awareness and reducing carbon footprint • Creating a stress-free, comfortable and healthy environment • Optimizing building performance, reducing energy and water usage • Utilization of the latest smart building technology and occupant environmental control, including temperature control, lighting control, building envelope shading, acoustic and air quality by means of enhanced filtration system At AlfaTech, we have a multidisciplinary team of experts to assess and design projects with an integrated approach. Working along with owners, architects and other stakeholders, we examine every project with a comprehensive, systematic approach to meet the client’s sustainability, energy, water and environmental quality goals. AlfaTech goes beyond engineering – our suite of energy, water and sustainability assessment services creates projects that benefit the triple bottom line – people, planet and profit. We provide expert studies in all qualitative aspects of the built environment such as day lighting, thermal comfort, advanced lighting control design, and technology integration.
We examine every project with a comprehensive systematic approach to meet the client’s sustainability, energy, water and environmental quality goals.
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We provide various advanced computer simulations to study wind patterns, thermal stratification and comfort issues in spaces, building façade studies and energy modeling to aid architects and owners make key decisions during the early stages of design.
• Façade Engineering • CFD/Wind Studies • Thermal Stratification Studies • Energy Concept Studies • Energy Modeling • Daylighting Modeling
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UBER MB 1 & 2 – LEED PLATINUM / WELL GOLD MI SS ION BAY HEADQUARTERS
San F ranc isco, CA
AlfaTech is currently involved in Uber’s innovative new San Francisco headquarters which is a new 420,000 square-foot, ground up office building in the Mission Bay district. We provided design/bid/build style Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) engineering, lighting design, and Technology (low voltage, security, audio/visual) services, throughout the entire project. AlfaTech is part of the construction administration effort and served as the engineer-of-record for mechanical and electrical installations. We assisted the architectural design team with optimizing performance by assessing various utility, façade and wind studies. Life-cycle cost analysis, energy benchmarking, and computational fluid dynamics were critical tools to inform the design effort. The project is designed as an innovative, ultra-high performance building that focuses on an occupant-centric workplace and includes an elaborate IT infrastructure, a façade that responds to programmatic needs, an under floor air distribution system, a two-building atria system incorporating natural ventilation, and a central treatment system for collecting graywater and rainwater. The interactions between the occupants, the buildings, and the ambient, were at the heart of the architectural and engineering systems; targeting lower environmental metrics of 1,100,000 kWh in reduced energy use and 2,100,000 gallons in reduced water use.
• High-performance LED lighting with an occupancy driven network-based lighting control • Fuel cells redundantly powering building network operations • Solar domestic hot water system • PV-ready electrical system • Integrated building management system, including Smart Building Technology
• Significant reduction of building energy by means of combined hydronic chill beam and underfloor air system (UFAD) • Aggressive rainwater capture and retention. • Graywater reuse • Natural ventilation for main atrium social areas, creating a pleasant, open experience for employees and visitors. • Maximize use of day lighting to optimize workspace quality.
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LUCAS MUSEUM OF NARRATIVE ART Los Ange les, CA
The Lucas Museum was conceived with the bold ambition to challenge the way our societies appreciate art museums. Inspired by its resolute mission, the engineering design blasted off with the vision to deliver a lasting, centenarian building in harmony with its site. The carbon zero design harnessed heat and cooling from the soil beneath the museum with over 700 vertical bores. This constituted the deepearth, pulsating aorta of the geothermal field. A second element of nature was introduced by way of a thermally active water pond, which increased the site’s innate cooling capacity. These features were modulated by the high-efficiency, heat recovery central plant that provided all-electric, simultaneous heating and cooling (and no gas-fired boilers). Environmental quality for prime spaces – galleries, state of the art theaters, and lobbies – were controlled with underfloor air-distribution and radiant floors. Smart controls gently nudged temperature and ventilation parameters to adjust to visitors’ comfort. The superstructure lifted off with an exterior façade that self-shaded the thermal shell, effectively reducing cooling demand. Curved onyxglass organically traced the rooftop which formed the solar PV field. At 365 kW capacity, the renewable energy source reduced an estimated 10-15% of the electricity demand and swung the carbon footprint negative. Ahead of its time, the Lucas Museum will open the doors as an eco-friendly, ‘net zero energy’-ready museum that gives back to the surrounding community.
• Geothermal loop • A solar energy system • Natural ventilation • Displacement system • LED lighting • Spectrally selective glazing
• Grass and native plants • Ecological ponds • EV charger • Rainwater harvesting • Energy efficient HVAC system • Hydronic bidirectional heating/cooling flooring systems
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DELTA PRODUCTS HEADQUARTERS F remont , CA
Delta Products desired a new headquarters highlighting sustainability and energy efficiency with primary goals to showcase Delta Products’ innovation in a state of the art building blending the natural surroundings with sustainable building design. The Delta Americas Headquarters is a three-story 250,000 SF campus consisting of private offices, administrative, open workspace, conference/auditorium facilities, kitchen/dining areas, labs, office and warehouse. AlfaTech provided sustainable mechanical electrical plumbing engineering design services for this project focusing on the client’s desire to maximize natural ventilation and daylighting reduce water and energy consumption with a geothermal central plant and utilize radiant systems for primary space conditioning. AlfaTech conducted extensive CFD modeling to assist with sizing and locating windows around the building and their integration into a thermal tower ventilation strategy. The project also encompasses a photovoltaic system to balance energy consumption and achieve Net Zero Energy.
• Two passively conditioned, interconnected atria • Shaded facade with automated natural ventilation • Chilled sails and occupant- controlled underfloor air- distribution systems • High-performance LED lighting with an occupancy driven network-based lighting control
• Graywater reuse and rainwater catchment systems • Integrated building automation, controls and management platforms • Full air-side and water-side economizing • Fuel cells redundantly powering building network operations • Solar domestic hot water system • PV-ready electrical system
We believe making the world a better place is a responsibility we all share. And being able to do our part in the way we work is one of the best ways we can give back and have a positive effect on our environment. This means, not only do we always strive to provide the most sustainable solutions for our clients, but we are also always working on new, innovative and pioneering methods to bring sustainability to the next level, staying ahead of the curve in all types of projects in all the markets we serve.
Let’s leave the world a better place than we found it.
& Relevant Projects
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MAXIM INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
San Jose, CA
Type: Manufacturing, Cleanroom Size: 20,000 SF
AlfaTech provided Engineering and Architectural services for the expansion and alteration of an existing X3 Fab to provide for approximately 20,000 SF of contiguous, additional cleanroom area to the existing Fab within the footprint of the existing building. The project scope included upgrades and expansion of interior support facilities and exterior site utility pads and infrastructure to support the proposed Fab expansion. The new cleanroom facility design was developed with approximately 9,000 SF finished clean manufacturing space. The balance of the cleanroom addition was developed as shell area for future expansion. The performance criteria for the design of the new cleanroom were to match the existing bay and chase design with Class 1 bays, Class 1000 service chases and subfab level, for wafer geometries of 0.6 micron or larger. The existing mixed-use occupancy structure required additional occupancy area and building area separations to accommodate the additional floor area additions in order to remain in conformance with applicable Fire and Building Code requirements. Additionally, we provided Construction Management support in terms of budget cost estimates and assisted them in the review of bids by General Contractors.
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ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES (AMD)
Type: Semiconductor Manufacturing Size: 1,000,000+ SF
Projects: • Commons Building
• MTD Laboratory Renovations • Building 915, Lab/Clean room • Buildings 926, 936 • CEC and IO Laboratory • Buildings 898, 920, 930 and 950, Offices and Labs
Over the years, AlfaTech has provided a full menu of MEP services on projects ranging from Class 10-100 clean rooms, electronics labs and raised floor computer rooms to offices, commons building, and support areas.
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Type: Campus, Offices, Labs, R&D and Manufacturing Size: 450,000 SF
AlfaTech provided MEP design, process design, lighting design, technology design, energy modeling and commissioning for this existing 450,000 SF campus. This facility incorporates offices, labs, warehouse and prototype manufacturing and includes 70,000 SF of ISO 6 & 7 clean room space on a custom four-foot raised floor allowing for extensive utility distribution. Most of the occupied space is on the first level, and the second level houses support infrastructure including electrical distribution, air handling units and technology support. Technology services included full design and construction administration for the low voltage-cabling infrastructure, security systems, and cabling pathway system throughout the facility. The Technology design included the layout and coordination for nine IDF Rooms, two data centers and multiple cleanroom environments. The low voltage-cabling infrastructure included copper and fiber backbone between the data centers and IDF rooms in addition to a variety of multi-port Work Area Outlets for open office, cleanroom, conference rooms and Wireless Access Point (WAP) devices. The Security design included all access control devices, video surveillance camera and design of the Security Control Center.
For more than ten years, Lockheed has chosen AlfaTech as the prime design and construction consultant to work on a multitude of high technology projects at their Sunnyvale campus. Most projects entailed the programming, planning design and construction management for clean room facilities existing on this nationally prominent Lockheed site. Numerous projects entailed the upgrading of existing clean space to higher cleanliness levels in support of this companies missile system production. Significant challenges were presented in these typically “high bay” buildings.
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Type: Office, Lab Size: 75,000 SF total
AlfaTech provided project management, architectural, mechanical and electrical engineering schematic design of three floors of JDSU’s office lab facility in Shenzhen, China. This facility included office, cubicle, conference rooms, electronic labs and other shared space. The project also included approximately 10,000 square foot electronics labs on two of the subject floors. The design for this project included the development of Architectural fit-spaces and layouts as well as Engineering Schematic Design (SD).
San Jose, CA
Type: Clean Room Size: 80,000 SF
AlfaTech was the prime design consultant on this project, which consisted of an 80,000 SF Class 100 clean room and 150,000 SF of future expansion space. AT provided MEP support for all of JDSU’s manufacturing facilities. Projects entailed tool hook up and all associated mechanical, electrical, and process support systems including toxic and pyrophoric gases and chemicals.
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Type: New Campus, Manufacturing, clean room and offices Size: 25,000 SF
AlfaTech provided comprehensive project/construction management and design for this new advanced technology new campus in Slovenia with clean room and 40’ tall testing clean room tower.
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FLEX (FORMERLY FLEXTRONICS)
Austin, TX; Milpitas, CA
Santa Clara, CA
Santa Clara, CA
Type: Manufacturing Size: 228,500 SF
Type: Corporate Campus: Office and Manufacturing Size: 315,000 SF
Type: Clean Room, Labs, and Support Spaces
AlfaTech has designed multiple projects at Intel’s Santa Clara campus. In this ISO 3 & 4 cleanroom that cannot cease operation, AlfaTech has relocated the main employee gown room, provided new main exhaust system, designed LED lighting upgrade, designed a new building to house the central UPS system for the campus, added portable office space, retrofitted the original cleanroom, designed MEP and process piping for several new tools and numerous other upgrades and infrastructure expansion projects.
The Austin, TX, project included MEP services for the tenant improvement to approximately 225,000 SF of an existing manufacturing facility, to convert the space to contract manufacturing, assembly, and QA/QC testing of electronics products. The Milpitas, CA, project includes tenant improvements to an existing office space (approximately 3,500 SF) in building M9. The scope of work included removal of some existing interior walls and reconfiguration of spaces to provide open office, enclosed office, and conference spaces. The existing power and HVAC systems were reused and reconfigured to accommodate the new cubicle and office layouts. New lighting fixtures were used with the new ceiling grid and reflected ceiling plan.
Formerly National Semiconductor Corporation. AlfaTech provided engineering design services for a three-story office addition and manufacturing building and a million-gallon chilled-water storage system on a site with three existing buildings. Three existing 500-ton chillers, normally shut down overnight, are used to charge the three aboveground storage tanks. Stored chilled water provides the total chilled water needs for the building during the day. The storage tanks also serve as a secondary source of fire sprinkler water.
APPL IED MATERIALS Santa Clara, CA
SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY Bangkok, Thailand and Milpitas and San Jose, CA
Type: Office, Clean Room, Manufacturing, Assembly, Testing Size: Over 1,000,000 SF Projects: Buildings B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B8, B9, B11, B12, B14, B15, B20, B81, B100 As a prime contractor, AlfaTech has provided extensive tool hook-up design including; process/chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering services. AlfaTech completed a major campus consolidation project in Buildings B2, 6, 11, 12, 81, & 100, which required the relocation of more than half the people in SCLA to consolidate and vacate Central & B108. Additionally the project required a clean-up of the Central campus site and buildings for sale. Installation of 200 mm and 300 mm high temperature film (epitaxial) CVD reactors, as well as for ion implantation prototype systems. In addition, AlfaTech performed a feasibility study for a 300 mm RTP lab that included process utility systems, toxic gas abatement and scrubbed exhaust and power distribution to the tools.
Type: Manufacturing, Assembly (Bangkok) + ISO 4 & 5 Class Clean Rooms (California) Size: Bangkok: ISO 4 Class Clean Rooms (80,000 SF), 160,000 SF total; California: 200,000 SF Seagate Technology manufactures disc drives, magnetic discs and read- write heads. All clean rooms in California were renovated to provide precise temperature and humidity controls. Renovation utilized existing mechanical equipment to provide heat recovery and conservation for the DX system. The firm also provides MEP design services in support of CSPM Lab Installations, Process Tool Renovations, and lab remodels. In Bangkok, AlfaTech provided engineering services for 40,000 SF of raised floor. The computer room was designed and constructed in four months to meet client’s schedule.