Dallas, Texas

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Phase 1 - To perform research and development of next-generation computer memory chips, Texas Instruments asked Rogers-O’Brien to build the DMOS 5 plant. The basic building has a structural concrete frame, an exterior facade of brick and glass curtain wall, and minimal interior finishes. We also constructed an adjourning chemical dock, scrubber yard, electrical substation, and utility pipe rack.

Phase 2 - Extending a successful partnership, Texas Instruments selected Rogers-O’Brien for this 650,000-SF wafer fabrication facility. We built a state of-the-art facility that met Texas Instruments’ exacting quality standards at or below current market cost. To support the company’s business objectives, we also finished within a “first to market” time frame. Rogers-O’Brien services included preconstruction, demolition, construction, and utility installation.

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