Kawasaki Corporate Headquarters is a state-of-the-art facility boasting more than 200,000 square feet of office and warehouse space in Foothill Ranch, CA. The facility supports research and development, along with performance testing of motorcycles and off-road ATV’s. A training center and collaborative classrooms are utilized by upcoming technicians who will carry and promote the Kawasaki brand into the future; the facility is also home to the Kawasaki racing team. In the main entry lobby, a motorcycle hangs from the ceiling as an impressive display of the well-known brand. The floor plan opens into an impressive main floor that includes a full product showroom, museum display and spacious employee lounge.
A large-scale tenant improvement project, the building previously served as a distribution facility for a retail clothing chain. This facility was completely modernized with updated equipment. The project was fast-tracked and completed in less than 3 months – whereas a typical project in nature, would have taken approximately 9-months to complete from start to finish. Air Control Systems was awarded this warehouse HVAC project to provide a hi-tech system. We staffed the project with an accomplished team of project managers, senior foreman, and worked tirelessly to ensure the complete satisfaction of the general contractor and well-known tenant.
The nearly 215,000 square foot facility sits at the corner of Portola and Bake Parkway in Foothill Ranch, CA. Its beautiful Kawasaki green–steel framed storefront façade is wrapped in tinted glass with fluorescent green lighting showcasing the impressive property.
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