Pesco Operations And Technology Center / DenverCO
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The Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company (PESCO) facility was the first vertical construction project built at the RTD light rail station at 61st Avenue and Pena Boulevard. The project consists of a total of 112,500 gross square feet. This includes 25,000 square feet of office space and 87,500 square feet of retail fabrication space. 

The project will pursue LEED Gold status and attain best in class facility performance, minimum environmental impact, and waste minimization. The primary building systems include investment-grade, tilt-up concrete panels, and structural steel with an extensive glass exterior at the office areas. Specialty electrical systems were constructed to service the testing and development needs of the ECO lab inside the warehouse, as well as the needs of roof-mounted solar panels. There are five different zones of Panasonic’s solar panels on display on the roof, and the zones are also a part of the company’s R&D program. 

The facility accommodates 100+ PESCO engineers, scientists, and management personnel working on the advancement of PESCO’s eco and audiovisual technologies. This facility also accommodates the 24/7 network operations center that monitors the Panasonic video screen systems installed within sporting facilities around the nation.

Facts And Figures

Panasonic

112,500 Total SF

25,000 SF of office space

87,500 SF of retail fabrication space

Completion: 2016

Delivery Methods

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