Carlson Walbridge Construction provides superior service to clients seeking assistance with the construction and design-build of technology driven facilities.
Carlson has been successfully building major technology and mission critical facilities for more than 30 of its 68 years in existence. Walbridge is a global construction services firm known for its ability to handle intricate and complex building challenges around the world.
Together, Carlson Walbridge Construction provides the resources, talent and experience sought by clients looking for solutions that meet their exacting requirements.
The firm specializes in challenging projects, including those that are mission critical, technologically dynamic, multi-site roll outs or have aggressive scheduling. Carlson Walbridge Construction adopts the client’s goals as its own and the firm’s “can do” approach ensures on-time and on-budget project delivery.
The organization concentrates on providing construction and design-build services to meet the technology driven facilities needs of enterprise clients in these industries:
Food & Beverage
Carlson Walbridge Construction provides the following construction services:
Project Feasibility Analysis
Preliminary Cost Estimating/Scheduling
Peer Review/Value Engineering
Integrated Testing and Commissioning
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA:Renovation of a 900,000-square-foot data/operations center completed while maintaining full and expanded operations. The data center was not backed-up by other centers and stayed online during the construction phase of the renovations.
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI: Programming, site selection and master planning for 96,000 SF state-of-the-art data processing center.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA: Design-build services for a new 105,000 SF data center to support customer service requirements of a major stock brokerage company.
DALLAS, TEXAS: Construction of a 50,000 square foot new raised floor data suite along with 20,000 square feet of adjacent electrical / UPS rooms and CRAH/PDU galleries.
SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA: Renovation of an existing silicone chip fabrication building into a new single story, 62,000-square-foot facility containing (2) data centers, each with 5,850 kW IT load with a campus maximum capacity of 50 mW.