This research and development (R&D) building consists of a two-story, 109,000-SF semiconductor research and manufacturing facility on approximately 20 acres in Osceola County, Florida. The project was built in two phases. Phase one included shell space for the 100,000-SF facility and build-out of clean room, office, laboratory, and support space. The infrastructure to support these spaces and planned tool sets were designed and coordinated to meet all of the initial and future requirements and provisions for future build-out phases. Phase one of the R&D building consisted of: 109,000-SF shell building; 24,031-SF of class 1,000 clean room space; 8,935-SF of class 10,000 clean room space; 5,9024-SF of clean room support utility and chemical spaces; 6,429-SF of support office space, including a data center; 2,506-SF of support analytical laboratory space; clean area locker rooms and gowning spaces, and toilets with clean room access; entry, lobby, restrooms, elevators and general building support areas; mezzanine HVAC/mechanical above the class 10,000 clean room and analytical laboratory areas; shipping and receiving area with freight elevator (16,000-pound elevator); site development to support the initial interior build-out; bulk gas yard storage, which contains, nitrogen, hydrogen, ammonia and silane; and systems for purification for water, including a RO (reverse osmosis) building and an UPW (ultra-pure water) system and distribution. Phase two, also awarded to Skanska under a separate contract, will include a two-story, 24,000-SF office building to be located in front of the R&D building.