Herbst-Musciano

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Experience That Makes a Difference
Garden State Technology Center
Herbst-Musciano was responsible for the A/E services necessary to transform the unoccupied Keebler Foods bakery and manufacturing plant into a 1 million square foot state-of-the-art technology center designed to house telecom and data center tenants.

Some of the H-M designed features of the completed building include: a tenant conference center, a private fiber optic network that links to the major telecommunication hubs in New York City, Newark, Philadelphia and the NJ trans-Atlantic cable link, and a fully redundant electrical service.

The site was featured in the New York Times article, Transforming a Plant from Hydrox to High Tech.

Project
Transformation of unoccupied warehouse into Garden State Technology Center
Location
Sayreville, NJ
Details
1 million square foot major renovation
Approximate constructed value of $26 million
Assignment
Prime design consultant
Site/civil design
Site plan/zoning approvals
Building design
Electrical/mechanical design
Permit expediting
Construction administration
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