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