Texas Instruments RFab

Richardson, TX

Project Description

The 1.1 million-square-foot, 300mm Texas Instruments wafer fab complex, which has achieved Gold LEED certification for two buildings, was the first wafer fab facility to receive a LEED designation. The 92.4-acre campus includes a 220,000-square-foot ISO Class 5 turbulent clean room, 252,000-square-foot administration building, 171,000-square-foot support wing, 95,000-square-foot central utility plant and a 6,000-square-foot Bulk Gas Plant. Page, a design-build partner with Austin Commercial LP and Industrial Design Corporation, designed the complex of two buildings, the administration building and wafer fabrication building, with the initial goal of LEED Gold and Silver certification, respectively. After exhaustive research, design and implementation procedures by the design team, USBGC awarded both buildings LEED Gold ratings.

Innovative concepts were constantly explored, tested and re-tested to reduce, reuse and recycle building materials, natural resources and energy throughout the design, construction and occupancy phases of the project.



DFW Topping Out
Dallas Quoin Award
Texas Construction Best of Texas Judge’s Award

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