Project Name: Building M4 at Fujitsu Sunnyvale Campus
Location: Sunnyvale, CA
Description: Bigham Taylor Roofing has been maintaining, restoring, repairing and re-roofing the buildings on Fujitsu's Sunnyvale campus since 1999. Most recently, BT re-roofed Building M4, the largest building on campus at close to 2,000 squares. As with many of its high-tech clients, BT had to work above sensitive technology, around multiple HVAC and venting units and at off-hours.
Project Name: Building 6 at Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, Inc.
Client: Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, Inc.
Location: San Jose, CA
Description: The roof on Building 6 at Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, Inc. in San Jose was one of the most intricate and challenging projects ever taken on by Bigham Taylor. Done between November 2009 and October 2010, BT tore off and replaced 1,200 squares of roof, maintained the pristine environment demanded considering Hitachi's wafer manufacturing clean rooms were below, and worked in tight conditions.
Project Name: Victoria Mews
Client: Victoria Mews Homeowners Association
Location: San Francisco, CA
Description: The Victoria Mews property offers tenants a luxury city residence with stunning views of San Francisco from bridge to bridge. Bigham Taylor was brought in by Advanced Resources, Ltd. to re-roof the 18 buildings on the property.
While the technical roofing responsibilities of tearing off and replacing the 465 squares was the obvious challenge, Bigham Taylor staffers also had to manage tenant and neighborhood relations, as well as adding skylights and sun globes by request.
Project Name: Fresenius Medical Care
Client: iStar Financial
Location: Walnut Creek, CA
Description: Fresenius Medical Care is a provider of kidney dialysis services and rental care products. The company's Walnut Creek location provides in-center dialysis as well as machine build and maintenance. The building owner, iStar Financial, brought in Bigham Taylor Roofing to overlay a 50 mil FiberTite-XT roofing system on an 80,000 square foot building.