High-Tech Sectors

Sun Construction is dedicated to delivering industry-best construction solutions that address our clients’ most critical business objectives. One of our key focus areas is the high-tech sector.

Our vision is to be a driving force in the high-tech industry by providing exceptional construction solutions. We understand the unique requirements and challenges faced by high-tech companies, and we aim to create cutting-edge facilities that foster innovation, collaboration, and technological advancements. Through our expertise and commitment, we strive to shape a better future for the high-tech sector and contribute to its growth and success.

We are committed to executing our work with industry-leading effectiveness and consistency. We understand that the high-tech sector demands precision, reliability, and state-of-the-art infrastructure. With meticulous attention to detail, we deliver construction solutions that meet the highest standards of quality, functionality, and sustainability. Our pursuit of excellence sets us apart and ensures that our clients’ visions are brought to life with exceptional results.

In the high-tech sector, we bring our expertise in construction to create state-of-the-art facilities that accommodate advanced research and development, data centers, manufacturing plants, and more. Our dedicated team works closely with high-tech companies to understand their specific needs and challenges, ensuring that our construction solutions align with their business objectives. Additionally, Sun is particularly adept at working within occupied and operational facilities where integration of systems is essential while maintaining our client’s ability to conduct business as usual. 

Project Experience

Brocade Tier II Data Center Upgrade

The project objective was to integrate an additional 2MW, diesel generator; new transfer switches, a new 300KVA, upgrade and service an existing 225KVA UPS.  Within a 4000 sqft, operational data center, upgrade the existing wet system fire sprinkler system into a dry-pipe, pre-action sprinkler system and add a new clean agent fire suppression system.  Add a redundant B side power source for the server racks with in the DC.  All new systems to be incorporated into the exist EPO system.

CU Boulder WOLF Law Garden Level Renovation

The WOLF Law project primarily composed of the entire renovation and finish upgrades of the lower garden level of the building. Work included demolition of finishes including offices, flooring, ceilings, study carrels and associated mechanical and electrical systems. The new construction added a library area, break/lounge, conference rooms, restrooms, journal rooms, audio visual systems, and executive suite style areas. Special unique finishes included the incorporation of demountable glass wall and operable partitions, curved walls and soffits, curved radius glass walls, curved reception desk, slat wall systems, acoustical wood slat ceilings, custom window film along with very modern finishes, carpeting and accent wall painting. All work was accomplished in a fully occupied building. We successfully constructed the work while coordinating with the daily operations and functions of the building occupants.

CU Boulder SEEC N339 MSE Office Buildout

The CU SEEC N339 MSE build-out was a remodel of nearly 20,000 square feet of office space on the 3rd floor of the SEEC building. The space was remodeled to better accommodate the users RASEI and MSE. The project consisted of selective demolition, framing, drywall, finishes, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical. Extensive demolition, framing, and drywall took place with the utmost care to reduce noise disruptions to the surrounding occupants of the building. Sun Construction’s superintendent monitored this noise and limited certain tasks to early morning hours before the building became occupied. The electrical scope included extensive circuit tracing in order to ensure safe working conditions and identify any potential outages to adjacent spaces. Most of the electrical work took place below the raised floor and included a complete panel replacement. Sun Construction was able to eliminate disruptions to adjacent labs, conference rooms, and offices by identifying any outages early and planning ahead. Any outages to areas outside of our work area were limited to weekends.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Customer Welcome Center

Renovation of an existing customer greeting center. This space is used to demonstrate new technologies and products to Hewlett Packard’s commercial clients. Space included a 1,200 square foot hospitality area for
serving food and refreshments, a 2,000 square foot state of the art presentation room, and a 3,000 square foot product demonstration area that utilized curvilinear walls, large graphic displays and several free standing vignettes to present their consumer and commercial products to prospective and existing clients. Ongoing business operations were not interrupted during construction and the project was completed on time
and under budget.