Toyota Campus at Legacy
When Toyota was in need of space, quickly, they knew Structure Tone Southwest Dallas could expedite the construction while holding true to their core values. Built in a mere four weeks, our team worked closely with the architect, Corgan, building management and the City of Plano building department to accomplish the fit-out.
Completed on a very aggressive schedule, the project consisted of the construction of private executive offices, multiple video conference rooms and an open office area with systems furniture. Features include glass wall panels with decorative film, custom millwork, motorized roller shades and heavy A/V equipment in the executive offices and video conference rooms.
The scope of work also included the installation of three CRAC units. Two CRAC units for a redundant system were installed in the main telecom room and one CRAC unit installed in the IDF room. The project required the installation of a 30kVA UPS system in the main telecom room for emergency power to the IT equipment.
Communication with the Building Inspections Department and the Fire Department for the City of Plano was a key factor in being able to complete this project in such a short time frame with a team working double shifts, seven days a week. “The schedule requirements and city approvals for permits and inspections were two of the biggest challenges,” noted Jody Reed, Structure Tone project manager. “It was through our strong relationship with the City of Plano that preliminary inspections were conducted and we were allowed to cover the walls while the permit application was in process.”