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Sun Shrinks Its Portfolio

Our client Sun Microsystems is accustomed to thinking small, but consolidating its four large Silicon Valley campuses down to two was a big challenge. Our consolidation and move management experts were engaged to prepare two campuses to accommodate all San Francisco Bay Area employees and help Sun decommission the other two sites following their sale. To date our team has worked closely with client real estate executives to:

  • Design and create 100,000 square feet of office space and 70,000 square feet of computer labs on one campus to absorb 65 labs from the properties being disposed
  • Restack over 1,350 employees in the two “keeper” campuses
  • Move 1,700 employees from the two former campuses
  • Decomission almost 1 million square feet in sold properties to three separate landlords

Like the services it provides its customers, Sun is shining in a more efficient, cost effective portfolio.  

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