Adolfson & Peterson Completes Raytheon Corporate Campus at CityLine

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Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has officially completed construction on Raytheon’s new corporate campus at CityLine, having received a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) for all buildings at Raytheon’s Corporate Campus at CityLine.

Raytheon CityLine

Raytheon CityLine

Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has officially completed construction on Raytheon’s new corporate campus at CityLine, having received a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) for all buildings at Raytheon’s Corporate Campus at CityLine.

The project, which officially began in June 2014, has transformed the landscape along Bush 190 at CityLine and is one of the first major components of CityLine to be completed to date.

Developed by KDC and designed by HKS Architects, the new office complex includes three campus-style buildings totaling just under 500,000 square feet.

The complexity of this project was immense and included 133 tilt-wall panels, 27,158 yards of concrete, 698.3 tons of rebar and nearly 500 miles of cable. At construction peak, the site hosted 500 construction workers who logged 525,000 manhours – all without logging a single lost-time safety incident.

The project team from A&P, HKS, KDC and Raytheon overcame numerous challenges to bring this project in on time and on budget. One of the most severe challenges to the project was delays due to rain. Specifically, the project encountered over 60 lost days due to rain and muddy site conditions, yet the project was still brought in ahead of schedule.

“A&P was a true partner throughout the life of this project,” said Phil Sharp, Senior Vice President with KDC. “They overcame numerous challenges – such as record rainfall this spring - to bring this project in on budget and schedule, and delivered an exceptional facility that will serve Raytheon well into the future.”

“Successfully managing a project of this scope and scale takes a creative approach and a dedicated team effort,” said Corbett Nichter, Sr. Vice President with Adolfson & Peterson Construction. “We had an incredible team made up of top-notch professionals from A&P, HKS, KDC, Raytheon and top-tier subcontractors who worked together to make this project a success.”

This is the second major project that Adolfson & Peterson has completed with KDC over the past two years, having also partnered with KDC on the NBC 5 Studios at CentrePort which was completed in September of 2014.

Owner: KDC Real Estate Development and Investments
Architect: HKS Architects
Electrical: Walker Electrical
Mechanical: TD Industries
Civil Engineer: Kimley-Horn
MEP Engineer: Syska-Hennessey
Technology Consultant: Acuity
Structural Engineer: RL Goodson
Landscape Architect: TBG Partners
Earthwork: Vilhauer

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About Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Adolfson & Peterson Construction is a U.S.-based, privately held firm that is consistently ranked among the top 50 construction managers and general contractors in the nation. Founded in 1946, the company has built longstanding commitments to the regions in which it operates and is known nationally for its innovative and collaborative approaches within the building industry. Adolfson & Peterson Construction serves the education, multifamily, healthcare, energy, commercial, municipal and senior living market segments from its offices in Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Portland and Tacoma. For more information, visit http://www.a-p.com and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

About KDC
KDC, one of America’s leading commercial real estate development and investment companies, provides a full range of commercial real estate services including corporate build-to-suit development, acquisitions, corporate facility project/construction management, project financing, asset and land management, and marketing and leasing. KDC is headquartered in Dallas and has offices in Atlanta; Austin, Texas; Charlotte, N.C., and Houston. For more information, please visit kdc.com.

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