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Think What’s Possible Page is a powerfully imaginative and collaborative architecture and engineering firm: one that’s ready for today and designed for what comes next. We pair form with function, reason with emotion, and ideas with expert implementation. At Page, the potential of what’s possible is paired with the practicality of how to make it happen. Our purpose is designing places smarter, while improving the experiences of those who work, live, and learn in them. From thought to finish, Page experts—of all disciplines— see the big picture, figure the best way forward, and deliver solutions in inventive and amazing ways. Imagine that.

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We start with your vision. We design for the future. Page Serves The Following Core Markets:

Academic Advanced Manufacturing Aviation Civic / Community / Culture Commercial / Mixed-Use Government Healthcare Mission Critical Science / Technology

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Semiconductor Manufacturing Specialty Engineering Tool Hookup

Design is the crux of what we do. Throughout the generations, Page has promised, and delivered, design that makes lives better. We believe buildings are important for what they do and for the positive impact they make on individual lives. That’s why we have a solution-driven project focus that results in life-enhancing buildings and places. Our multidisciplinary services allow complete integration from conceptualization to engineering to interiors and more, resulting in an improved client experience and final product. We recognize that good talent can be applied to complex projects regardless of industry. And good talent becomes great when it gains experience in a variety of situations. We create crossover teams so that individuals can work on different projects and share their own expertise and insights with other team members. Our collective commitment to visionary design is reflected in our portfolio of successful, complex projects. Our work spans the globe, from more than 25 U.S. diplomatic campuses to mission critical facilities in the Middle East to five-star resorts in Africa and beyond. Since Page has multiple offices in the U.S. and affiliates abroad, we have the capability to staff projects onsite as well as set up “follow the sun” workflows to increase efficiency. While Page is distinguished by our portfolio of successes, we also are distinguished by our full spectrum of architectural and engineering design services. This allows us to provide an integrated “total design” single team approach. Our clients benefit from the highest levels of interdisciplinary coordination, quality control and quick response demanded on today’s highly complex and technically sophisticated projects.

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This we believe. As agents for positive change, we are driven by the ideals we hold dear. In the delivery of our services, we are guided by three core values: Creativity

Think curiosity/innovation/ imagination/optimism/originality.

Collaboration

Think sharing/community/ camaraderie/civility/teamwork.

Commitment

Think integrity/respect/giving/ discipline/rigor.

Architecture Page is known for their well-researched program-driven solutions aided by integrated multidisciplinary expertise and a strategic mindset. We bring global thinking and experience to bear on projects that build communities. Our portfolio reflects a commitment to visionary design, a record of innovation and fresh ideas and most importantly, demonstrated success with complex projects. We develop a uniquely created design for every project that reflects the building type, client, need and location. We take pride in knowing that a Page project is one of the best possible solutions to the needs of its multiple stakeholders from owner to operator to neighbor.

Engineering Our in-house engineering experts lead development of the latest industry design codes and standards. Page engineers contribute to progress in safety, wellness, sustainability, energy and carbon neutrality, and increase our impact by working across disciplines. We use a combination of custom tools and Building Information Technology solutions to visualize and communicate how occupants and operations interface with complex integrated building and process systems. Adoption of advances in renewable energy, microgrids, Internet of Things and high-performance systems demonstrate our commitment to socially responsible design. Our multidisciplinary mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and process engineering practice areas work collaboratively with design and construction partners to bring your concepts to reality.

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Process Engineering Page engineers and designers have worked with a variety of clients on developing comprehensive design layout and equipment integration to support manufacturing needs. We create process flow diagrams, section details for space management, tool and instrument specifications, and coordinate with vendors to determine the needed infrastructure for successful equipment installation. We work with clients through a comprehensive programming process to understand their manufacturing flow and process needs, and design systems that ensure safety and manufacturing standards are met, or exceeded. Through our work with advanced technology clients we have an acute sensitivity to the need for precision, accuracy, and compliance with each clients unique production needs. Combining planning, architecture, interior design, industrial engineering, and predictive analytics, Page is able to help clients achieve maximum efficiency in process and aesthetics. Applying creative thinking to process and design, Page often saves clients significant time and expense in developing product manufacturing solutions. From vehicular circulation on a difficult site to the ergonomics of a work area, Page understands and excels at creative problem solving within the product manufacturing market. Lab Planning / Design Page specializes in challenging projects for demanding clients throughout the globe. Laboratory facilities are among the most intricate and complex projects. The unique challenges posed by highly toxic petrochemical corrosion labs, sterile environments for pharmaceutical manufacturing, biohazard high-containment suites, precise environmental control of animal laboratories are commonplace obstacles overcome by our dedicated technical team of architects and engineers every day. Page has specialists equipped with a thorough understanding of the safety standards and scientific equipment requirements foundational to the success of all laboratories. Workplace Design Strategy As an interdisciplinary firm that stretches across multiple market sectors, Page has a depth of experience in our portfolio that covers manufacturing facilities to office space. Our clients range from aerospace manufacturers, to global technology companies, to federal government clients. We are on the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing practices, as well as Class-A office space trends. Today’s workplace should be designed to a company’s culture and mission. Page dives deep to understand our client’s culture, mission, and project goals to help them create a workplace that will support and often enhance their culture. The dynamic workplace is the workplace that best supports a company’s goals. It is flexible, open ended and agile, it integrates people process and technology. The workplace is constantly transforming and evolving in response to technology, economic drivers, cultural shifts and emerging values specifically related to principles of environmental sustainability. Lines are blurring between what was once a hard line between manufacturing space and office space. Today, the value of co-locating them allows various pools of knowledge to interact together resulting in true innovation.

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Programming To support clients before and beyond traditional professional services we have a dedicated strategies and analytics team that develop and employ a broad array of tools, techniques, and processes to help our clients make informed project decisions. Our in-house team brings expertise, energy, and passion to clarifying client challenges and opportunities sometimes before the nature of or need for a facility or real estate project is confirmed. Our team members collaborate with Page and consultant specialists, designers, engineers, and clients to clarify goals, assemble information, and evaluate alternatives. Their understanding of business dynamics and organizational complexities allows them to efficiently and effectively facilitate productive discussions and target research. Custom data exploration and visualization differentiates our deliverables, not just to explain and summarize findings, but often also serving as interactive decision-making tools that help bring clients and their stakeholders into the evaluation process. Building Sciences Page approaches sustainable design through the interdisciplinary lens of building sciences to create higher performing, healthier, more resilient buildings. As one of the first signatories of AIA 2030 Commitment, we are invested in leading the industry towards carbonneutral buildings and advocating for resilient solutions to help our clients prepare for the future. We believe that intention requires rigor and through our data driven and integrative process, we collaborate early and often to ensure designs are informed by our building performance analysis. Commissioning Page recognizes the level of investment and importance of facilities that function as designed from the day they open. Our Commissioning service provides this assurance to owners and operators as well as minimizing costly construction rework. This is accomplished through a collaborative process that includes the building owner, design professionals and the general contractor under the guiding hand of the Commissioning Authority. Page also performs Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing (TAB) in accordance with NEBB standards. We are an independent testing firm with absolutely no affiliation with manufacturers, factory representatives, vendors/providers, contractors or installers of HVACrelated equipment and systems. Planning / Urban Design We help our clients evolve, grow, and prosper because our process is informed by research, cutting-edge technology tools, and an appreciation for the unique culture of the people, organizations, and places we serve. Our interdisciplinary team of master planners, urban designers, architects, landscape architects, and programmers are dedicated to supporting the ongoing evolution of our urban areas, encouraging appropriate development and redevelopment suited to the particular conditions of each site we aim to transform. Through urban districts, institutional campuses, innovation districts, long range development plans, master plans, streetscapes and transit-oriented communities, our teams integrate the building blocks of community, sustainability, and resilience into innovative solutions.

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Advanced Manufacturing Integration at all levels.

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Page entered the field of advanced technology and microelectronics in 1981 with the design of Motorola’s MOS-8 wafer fabrication facility at its Ed Bluestein Campus in Austin, Texas. As the world of microelectronics has evolved, so too has Page’s philosophy on supporting the growing industry. At Page, we have expanded our teams and services to provide more comprehensive design and engineering expertise that keeps pace with the rapidly changing needs of the client. By establishing trust and long-term relationships with our clients, we gain institutional knowledge of their best practices and specific manufacturing advances, allowing us to grow alongside them, working collaboratively to retrofit and advance their existing facilities, and design better, more adaptable new facilities. Page is heavily invested the semiconductor industry through our support and leadership of the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS) Yield Enhancement (YE) teams, which consists of sub teams for Ultrapure Water, Ultrapure Chemicals, Ultrapure Gas, Air Molecular Contamination, and Critical Components. This team also works directly with More Moore Device Design Team which is leading the future of semiconductor device technology needs. The Yield Enhancement Teams are focused on identifying gaps and challenges and developing solutions as well as determining the roadmap for future device manufacturing needs. The IRDS community shares innovation, research, and resources to understand what the latest semiconductor manufacturing capabilities are, and to connect investment of the supply chain back to the needs of the manufacturers who use those components in their end products. Semiconductors are the basis of many of the devices we use every day in the growing network of the Internet of Things—from cell phones to laptops to drones and selfdriving cars. Engagement in IRDS helps keep lines of communication open between manufacturers, engineers, designers, end users, and everyone in between.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is powered by microelectronics, which drives development and growth across multiple related industries. Page is actively engaged in industry leadership organizations, helping to keep lines of communication open between manufacturers, engineers, designers, end users, and everyone in between. This unique insight helps our design teams stay current on latest industry trends and developments, and informs best practices in new and upgraded facility design.

This forward-looking approach to the microelectronics industry is carried through in our approach to designing fabs and manufacturing facilities. We look ahead, not just to next year, but 10 or more years down the road. Our design philosophy goes beyond just water, chemical and air processing, and the nuts and bolts of building a manufacturing facility; we get to the heart of where these devices are made, on a molecular level. Page’s internal structure further supports this integrated approach. In 1942, Page became one of the first Architectural firms in the nation to integrate Engineering services within a single design organization. Today, the firm offers the complete range of Architecture, Interior Design, Strategic Consulting, and Planning capabilities together with in-house Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering services as a single, fully-integrated “total design” team. Our approach provides the highest levels of interdisciplinary coordination, quality control and quick response as demanded on technically sophisticated projects— while allowing our managers a single point of authority and control in committing the full resources of the design team in order to ensure that our commitments are met. Similarly, Page is a diversified firm, with expertise in multiple market sectors. Our clients benefit from Page’s depth of portfolio and crosssector experience, which provides our designers and engineers with unique insights and unconventional solutions to design challenges. This exposure to how different industries addresses similar problems to provide our team with a broad project delivery perspective and more open-minded and innovative approach than single-focus firms that specialize only in a limited number of building types. Working collaboratively with companies in diverse business sectors, from small professional service providers to Fortune 500 companies, our multidisciplinary design professionals strategically plan and create spaces which help our clients accomplish their mission. The Page team takes a holistic approach to the microelectronics and related industries and how that applies to our clients. We leverage this unique perspective and expertise to each individual client, finding the best solutions and design innovations for your specific project needs.

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Integrated Design Team Page is a diverse design firm drawing from the expertise of our employees in architecture, sustainability, design, branding & graphics, and engineering. We believe our commitment to creativity and collaboration offer our clients a complete project team approach that results in coordinated, well-designed projects. At Page, we promise design that makes lives better. Our promise is that simple, and our delivery is all the more powerful for it. We Want to Partner with You We love what we do. We are a team of passionate designers who enjoy working together. We have a strong team and it shows through our collaboration with our clients and through the success of the project. We design to our client’s needs and vision, not prescriptively. This shows in the variety of work we produce. We are knowledge seekers and innovators, which make your project intensely exciting to us.


Over 125 years proud Page is a full-service firm, providing professional consulting engineering design, architecture, and construction administrative services, for a variety of project types. We have been working in the advanced technology, microelectronics industry, and advanced industrial manufacturing for over four decades, and we have expanded our teams and services to provide more comprehensive design and engineering expertise for these advanced facilities that keeps pace with the rapidly changing needs of our clients. We establish long-term relationships with our clients, building institutional knowledge of their best practices and specific manufacturing advances. Our seasoned engineers and designers have worked on major greenfield and renovation projects around the world, with a forwardlooking approach to facility design that emphasizes adaptability to accommodate the inevitable changes in manufacturing and microelectronics. We leverage this unique perspective and expertise to meet each individual client where they are, finding best solutions and design innovations for each client’s specific needs. Page is actively involved with industry organizations who are leading the developments and advancements in the field of advanced microelectronic devices, and pioneering the next generation of devices and systems.

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Reduce Our Environmental Impact | Green Building Certification

Accredited Professionals (as of July 2023)

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Leading with Integrated Design | Pursuing Exceptional

Our interdisciplinary team is like no other. We are architects with a technical understanding of building systems and engineers who appreciate thoughtful design solutions. We are creatives who develop financial models and planners who engage in facility operations. Our diverse perspectives and backgrounds improve each of us, our firm, and our projects. We draw from the diverse expertise of our employees in architecture, engineering, and specialty design services. Our commitment to creativity and collaboration offers our clients a complete project team approach that results in coordinated, well-designed projects. We craft each team for each project, intersecting disciplines, market sectors, and studios. Our team members are thoughtfully selected based on expertise, skills, and experience to create a unique set of design leaders ready to respond to each project’s needs.

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Leading with Integrated Design | Pursuing Exceptional | Office Locations

We work together as a single firm in a shared pursuit of excellence. Page One: From Good to Exceptional In 2013, Page announced to the world that we had made changes reflecting our then-new generation of leadership, such as a new organizational structure, the opportunity for every employee to become an owner, and a new way of working. This included a “one firm, one voice” approach supported by firmwide processes across all offices to improve project delivery. A few years ago, we elevated this concept with an initiative called Page One. Page One identified opportunities for offices, practices, and other organizational elements to further collaborate across the firm in a shared pursuit of excellence. The tagline “From Good to Exceptional” reflects the continuous mission to evaluate our actions on an ongoing journey with no defined endpoint. As we leverage Page One to improve our communities, reduce our environmental impact, and lead with integrated design, we create operational models for others in our industry to follow. We developed measures to evaluate progress and provide rigor to our intentions. They are based on our defined firm values, conversations with colleagues, and research into evolving best practices. These measures are organized into six categories, or pillars, that align with industry data gathering and recognition. By intentionally aligning our work with the pillars, we have clear, focused intentions and documentation of our progress: Firm Strength We seek people with capabilities and business acumen to give us the knowledge, competitive edge, and financial health to create exceptional work on behalf of our clients and communities.

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Design We emphasize generating unique solutions across project types, systems, scales, geographies, and client sectors by prioritizing rigor, economy, elegance, and ingenuity.

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Environmental Responsibility We consider the impact of buildings on our environment and take responsibility for lessening it through regenerative thinking, processes, and solutions. Social Responsibility By intentionally nurturing diversity across origins, backgrounds, skillsets, experiences, and more within our teams, we bring a wide range of creative inspiration and expertise to bear on solutions for clients and communities. We are committed to ensuring our projects improve users’ lives, communities, and society. Research & Tools We facilitate the dedicated exploration of new ideas and development of proprietary tools to improve our work processes and yield better design solutions. Efforts to increase our institutional knowledge on key topics or issues involve the systematic collection, organization, and creative analyses of information. Professional Practice Leadership Page supports professional development and growth within our firm and in our industries through knowledge sharing and service on professional organization committees and boards.

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The semiconductor industry is driven by innovation, reliability, and speed that allows us to remain connected to an ever-evolving technology world. At Page, our forward-thinking design process molds the manufacturing configuration into flexible, built environments by simplifying structural grids, harnessing reliable power sources, and balancing repetitive mechanical and specialty process systems into a complex environmentally controlled facility. Tracking and verifying key design metrics is paramount to our success for establishing a clear path to make informed decisions to solve complex challenges. By immersing our clients into our design process, we can collectively identify emerging technologies, materials and environmental systems to create the best possible solution.

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Confidential Semiconductor Client Page has been performing work on this confidential semiconductor campus for over 15 years. Page was part of the design team for the Semiconductor Fab A2, which at the time of its construction, was the largest wafer fabrication facility in the United States. The 1.6 millionsquare-foot, 300MM plant includes 350,000 square feet of Class 100 cleanroom (including over 55 piping systems); 225,000 square feet of office support area; expansion to the existing central utility building; and miscellaneous structures and support facilities. The new Fab A2 project was located adjacent to the existing semiconductor facility Fab 1, and the Page team had to take considerable steps in sequencing design and construction packages to maintain existing operations of that facility during construction of the A2 project. The four-story office building housed the client’s USA Headquarters offices, a commercial kitchen, a 1,000-seat employee cafeteria, auditorium, meeting spaces, and a data center. Since the completion of Fab A2, the Page team has performed numerous maintenance projects, upgrades, and improvements to both Fab A2, Fab 1, the central utility plant, and other miscellaneous campus needs. Page’s long-standing relationship with this client has established us as trusted experts for the company’s internal processes, standards and systems.

Location Austin, Texas

Project Size 1,600,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Architecture MEP Engineering Process Engineering Structural Engineering Interiors

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Confidential Semiconductor Manufacturer, Multiple Projects Proprietary Waste Neutralization System Page provided project management, design and engineering services for a $75M, first of its kind, 2.0 MGD acid waste neutralization treatment system, utilizing membrane bioreaction. Project included a chemical support building and lab. Mechanical scope included a 500 ton chilled water distribution, HVAC and Fire protection, and the process engineering included nitrogen, air, and water processing. Gas/Chemical Layout and Facilitization Page provided project management, design and engineering services for a $8M gas/chemical equipment layout and utility facilitization project that was based on client functional area and process needs. Facility Upgrade Services Page provided project management, design and engineering services for a $10M facility upgrade, driven by a client process upgrade. Scope of work included upgrades to bulk nitrogen, oxygen and helium systems, as well as Ultra Pure Water and cooling water systems. UPS Power Upgrade Page provided project management, engineering, and design services for a $20M UPS Power Upgrade at two of the client’s primary factories. The project required the installation of additional UPSs to provide a secondary power source on the existing distribution panels in order to achieve 100% redundancy within the entire UPS system.

Location Arizona

Project Size Confidential

Services Provided Architecture MEP Engineering Process Engineering Structural Engineering Life Safety Telecommunications Security Instrumentation and Controls

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Confidential Semiconductor Manufacturer FAB 28/28A Page was the prime A/E working with Hensel Phelps Construction in a design/build partnership to completely retrofit a 500,000-square-foot fab, central plant and process support facilities and convert it to 14 nm technology. The existing fab was a high-volume semiconductor manufacturing plant, which ran 300 mm wafers on a 45 nm process technology. This project converted the older fab to the new 1274 process. The scope of work was to design the necessary base building conversions and additions to accept the new process tool requirements and existing tool upgrades required to produce the new products. Major architectural / MEP / FP renovation components included upgrades to the building structural systems which included new process system support structures, reconfigurations of fab and subfab level support spaces, a 700,000 CFM smoke exhaust system, upgrades to the recirculation air system and distribution, AN ISO 150 class 3 100,000-square-foot cleanroom gut and redo including the 16’-tall Automated Material Handling System (AMHS) bays, complete electrical upgrade, and new fire protection systems. Page provided project management, architectural, engineering and process engineering design, construction documentation, and onsite construction administration support. The design phase for the project began in late April 2014 with construction overlapping the design phase starting in early August 2014, establishing a just-in-time design package issuance. The majority of the construction was completed in August 2016 with substantial completion. The final completion date was January 2017 for the Hensel Phelps contract with the client. The entire project documentation was designed in 3D/BIM utilizing Revit software including laser scanning of all existing facilities provided by Hensel Phelps that were used as the baseline 3D models for all renovations. Location Kiryat Gat, Israel

Project Size 500,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Architecture MEP Engineering Process Engineering Structural Engineering Life Safety Telecommunications Security Instrumentation and Controls

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Confidential Client Semiconductor Wafer Fab2 Page was the prime A/E working with Austin Commercial Construction in a design/build partnership to build a new construction 1.6 millionsquare-foot 300mm wafer FAB, with 300,000-square-feet of ISO 5 (Class 100 Turbulent) Cleanroom. The FAB2 is 30% larger than the first FAB built in 2006, also designed by Page and built by Austin Commercial. The scale of FAB2 required two mechanical wings, one on the north and one on the south ends of the cleanroom, to allow for split air scrubber filtration plants. To minimize downtime risks, the two FABs run independently of each other, and FAB2 required a new industrial wastewater filtration plant, deionized water purification, bulk chemical storage vessels, bulk gas plant and a high voltage power substation, provided by Oncor, the public utility company. The new FAB is designed to achieve Gold LEED certification by leveraging the innovative concepts to reduce, reuse & recycle water, and design-out energy usage equipment throughout the facility. Other innovations include split temperature chiller plant, heat recovery from the compressed dry air systems and chillers, use of premium efficiency motors, reflective roof, highest efficiency fan filter units, make-up air energy recovery run-around coils, minimized pipe / duct friction and more than 95% construction waste recycling. Located in “Tornado Alley”, the FAB incorporates hardening techniques to the building and system elements to protect itself from ultra-high winds, hail, flash flood rains and hurricane forces. Page provided Code and Zoning consultation services, Design Management, Civil, Architectural, Structural (CSA), mechanical wet central plant and distribution, mechanical cleanroom make-up air systems, electrical high-voltage substations & distribution, fire protection sprinkler system, fire alarm notification system.

Location Richardson, Texas

Project Size 1,600,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Architecture Interiors Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Structural Engineering Fire Protection Engineering

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Confidential Semiconductor Client B39 CUP and B51X B39 CUP A new 58,000-square-foot Central Utility Plant (CUP) and associated trestle to support the B51 R&D wafer fabrication facility at the Boise site. This CUP acts as a multi-function building and housed the UPW pre-treatment process, UPW Makeup Water treatment, HFW treatment, IW neutralization, future Fab Metals Waste treatment, Concentrated metals plating waste treatment, compressed air, chilled water, hot glycol, and hot water boiler plants that supply building services to the CUP and fab. The building is designed as a high bay with service platforms to access equipment. The chilled water and hot water systems are the primary building services the CUP provides to B51 and B51X. Additional house systems were included in the design to support make-up air, pre-treatment and waste treatment, but not limited to: hot glycol system, process vacuum, instrument air, and house vacuum. Other facilities were added including nitrogen, power, network, potable water, non-potable water, and sanitary sewer. The water and waste treatment were designed for source water and UPW pretreatment, IW neutralization, reclaim water treatment, and hydrofluoric waste treatment/sludge processing. Exhaust systems for the building have dedicated general exhaust, acid, and ammonia scrubbers. The services leaving and entering the B39 CUP are routed on a facilities trestle between B51X and the new CUP. Trestle design incorporate pyrophoric gas lines along with building services. An environmental chase from the pyrophoric bunker will be needed and designed to connect to the trestle. The design encompassed both B51 and B51X, the modular design of the trestle and allowed for future fabrication expansion. The trestle is enclosed and heated to maintain at 65 degrees Fahrenheit.

Location Boise, Idaho

Project Size 58,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Architectural Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Process Engineering Instrumentation and Controls Fire Protection Engineering

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Confidential Semiconductor Client B39 CUP & B51X B51X The Page design scope for this project was to build out the remaining unfinished portion of the building to ISO Class 5 turbulent flow ballroom which will enable an additional 54,000 square feet of cleanroom. The design included provisions to ensure the existing operating fab was not affected during the construction phase. The design also included the incorporation of catwalks in the interstitial and coordination with the AMHS systems in the cleanroom. This scope included implementation and extension of the cleanroom air management systems as well as the electrical systems to support the building equipment. The scope also included the design and buildout of the associated Central Utility Plant (CUP) B39 systems which services Building 51. This includes provisions for additional chilled and hot water systems supporting the building as well as CDA, waste treatment, and UPW. This additional equipment required close coordination and space management to add platforms and pads in and around the existing equipment.

Location Boise, Idaho

Project Size 54,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Architectural Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Process Engineering Instrumentation and Controls Fire Protection Engineering

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Confidential Semiconductor Manufacturer Bulk Silane and Specialty Gas Distribution Bulk Silane The team engineered the design for a SiH4 backpad equipment/ISO trailer arrangement. The design included utility piping to VHFS and DVPs located at the backpad, a fire protection deluge system for ISO module trailer and Y-cylinder from POC. Page designed and facilitated an S-DOC abatement unit for the SiH4 purge vent, and a blower ventilation system that provided a 200 feet per minute face velocity over the area of the open panel VHFS modules. In addition, the team provided a CFD simulation model to show the bulk silane system met all codes and requirements in regards to ventilation and airflow. FAB 8.1 Phase 2 Extension Specialty Gas Engineering and BIM Modeling Specialty Gases Distribution Systems and BSGS design included BIM Modeling, gas room equipment arrangements, gas room facilitation, gas distribution and support equipment facilitation, global distribution lines up to DVB’s, VMB’s, DVMP’s, VMP’s and including facilitation of DVB’s and VMB’s. In addition, the design included the electrical facilitation of the HPM Gas Rooms that included general lighting, convenience outlets, LSS, safety showers, fire protection, and HVAC. Furthermore, a code compliance assessment was performed in order to verify all code requirements for the specialty gas systems to address building and fire code issues in the design.

Location Malta, New York

Project Size 103,500 Square Feet

Services Provided MEP Engineering Process Engineering

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Confidential Semiconductor Manufacturer SM1 Page is providing architectural and engineering design services for an advanced semiconductor manufacturing complex on a 450-acre greenfield site in Sherman, Texas. The new development includes four 300MM Semiconductor Fabrication buildings with each building housing an 400,000 SF cleanroom, dedicated central utility plant, and industrial waste water treatment systems for a total of 1.10 Million SF, each. The four FABs are connected by a central spine support building for all the related pre/post cleanroom functions. A separate office building provides a collaborative workplace environment for 1,500 FAB technician, operators and engineers for officing, meeting and respite areas; include a full service kitchen and food hall options, fitness center, indoor & outdoor recreating amenities, mediation spaces. All buildings have enhanced physically hardened elements, designed to resist the effects of an F3 tornado. Further resilient features include on-site water storage, emergency power generation, fuel storage, fire protection water and shelter-in-place protected zones. Site features include a 1,500 space parking garage, a dedicated process specialty gas facility, dual power feeders from Oncor’s high voltage distribution grid network, robust city water and natural gas services. Page provided full engineering and design services including mechanical, electrical, structural and process disciplines. The master plan provides the infrastructure to allow implementation of the four phases over a 10 year period.

Location Sherman, Texas

Project Size 450 Acres

Services Provided Architecture MEP Engineering Process Engineering Structural Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Interior Design Master Planning

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute / CNSE Master Plan

Goals: SUNY CNSE (Albany, New York) required a Master Plan to guide the expansion of its Albany NanoTech Complex, which has rapidly become the anchor of New York State’s Tech Valley. The Complex offers highly specialized facilities -housing some of the world’s most advanced equipment-that have attracted more than 300 global partners in industry and government. Strategies: The Plan provides a strategic framework for 3 major phases of work, adding more than 1 million square feet of cuttingedge facilities, more than doubling the size of the NanoTech Complex. Phase 1: NanoFab Xtension (NFX) 320,000 SF Phase 2: Zero-Energy Mixed-use Facility (ZEN) 350,000 SF Phase 3: NanoFab Xtension 2 (NFX2) 220,000 SF

Location Albany, New York

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute / Nanofab Xtension (NFX) Building | Master Plan Phase 1 The prominently sited NFX Building communicates the power as well as the promise of new technologies under development. A world leader in nanoscience R&D and education, SUNY Poly’s NFX Building houses more than 120 wafer processing and inline metrology tools. Class 1,000 cleanrooms support research and manufacturing of the most sophisticated, next-generation computer chip manufacturing tools for the latest chip wafer production. Specialized design features support heavy manufacturing tools and mitigate vibration during semiconductor fabrication. 300mm advanced lithography platforms support 193nm immersion lithography development and EUV lithography development. Advanced wafer platforms enable planarization, copper plating, etch development, ion implantation, thin film development and wet cleaning technology. The design includes a pedestrian walkway and utility umbilical with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, constructed over an adjacent active highway and connecting to the NanoFab North facility. 500,000 SF New Construction | 50,000 SF 300mm Wafer Cleanrooms | 2 Data Centers | 5,000 SF Metrology Labs | Automated Material Handling System | 20,000 SF Offices and Conference Rooms

Location Albany, New York

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute / Marcy Nanocenter and Master Plan SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s new 360,000 square foot state-of-the-art computer chip fab at the Marcy Nanocenter will be home to AMS AG’s advanced sensor manufacturing - more than $2 billion in initial private investment, and generate more than 1,000 new jobs in the Mohawk Valley. The groundbreaking marks a major milestone in the governor’s Nano Utica initiative, which is now projected to create at least 4,000 jobs over the next decade, and includes research and development at the Computer Chip Commercialization Center (QUAD c) in partnership with General Electric. The wafer fabrication facility will be staffed and operated by AMS AG to support the company’s high performance analog semiconductor operations which have a global marketplace in products ranging from smartphones, tablets and other communications devices, automakers, audio and medical equipment manufacturers and others. AMS sensors are used in hundreds of mill ions of devices to recognize light, color, gestures, images, motion, position, environmental and medical parameters and more. “Today marks an exciting milestone in the transformation of the local economy,” said Governor Cuomo. “Through the Nano Utica initiative, we’re bringing an unprecedented focus to the Mohawk Valley, and jumpstarting a high-tech manufacturing industry that will create thousands of good-paying jobs in both the immediate and long-term future. This is another sign of how Upstate New York’s best days are ahead, and I look forward to seeing construction move forward.”

Location Utica, New York

Project Size 36,000 Square Feet

Services Provided Master Planning Programming Manufacturing Architecture

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Confidential Client / Office / Manufacturing Facility | Phase 2 Marcy Nanocenter Master Plan The Client is building a $1 billion, 200 mm silicon carbide wafer fabrication facility at the Marcy Nanocenter, the largest facility of its kind in the world. The project will be located on 56.25 acres at the northern end of the 398-acre Marcy Nanocenter site -the project will include: Fabrication building: This 454,000-square-foot building will be built on four levels, creating a footprint of about 150,000 square feet. It will include about 112,000 square feet of cleanroom space. Administration building: This four-level, 85,000-square-foot building will sit on an approximately 25,000-square-foot footprint. It will include open office space, a cafeteria, a gym, common space, a main lobby entrance and a clean gown room. Central utility building: About a 100,000-square-foot, two-level building, taking up about 75,000 square feet of space on the ground, with the facilities boiler and chiller plants, main electrical distribution equipment and other facility infrastructure. It will support the fab through an above-ground utility trestle.

Location New York

Project Size 454,000 Square Feet

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Industrial Manufacturing Manufacturing, assembly and distribution are vital parts of many organizations that are product dependent. Combining planning, architecture, interior design, industrial engineering and predictive analytics, Page is able to help clients achieve maximum efficiency in process and aesthetics. Using creative thinking to process and design, Page often saves clients significant time and expense in developing product manufacturing solutions. From vehicular circulation on a difficult site to the ergonomics of a work area, Page understand and excels at creative problem solving within the product manufacturing market. Our range of experience includes: Manufacturing, Maintenance Shops, Material Warehouses, Distribution Centers, Control Buildings and Laboratories.

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Confidential Battery Manufacturer Copper Foil Coat Page provided Mechanical, Process, and Instrumentation and Control Engineering services to design utilities supporting the addition of 32 Electrodeposition Machines (EDMs). Mechanical utility systems included the chilled water, cooling water and compressed air. Over 4,300 feet of piping was laid out, supported, and analyzed for pipe stress. A complete fluid system modeling and simulation was completed on every piping system, ensuring expected performance. Process design included a 60 gal/min with 96% recovery, improvable to 99% recovery wastewater plant. Major unit processes used to create this plant included coarse filtration systems, mixing tanks, filter press, microfiltration units, sludge delivery systems, chemical feed and monitoring systems from various proprietary technology providers. Page also designed an ASTM Type II deionized water plant including activated carbon prefilters, coarse pass-through filters, membrane pre-filters, chemical additive systems, dual-stage reverse osmosis banks, electro-deionization units, storage tanks, plate and frame heat exchangers, high purity piping and valves. The feed water consisted of 37% purple water generated from the client’s wastewater treatment plant: ensuring a truly a circular water cycle. Instrumentation and Control design included a fully integrated BMS system that required 19 standalone control panels, network cabling for connecting vendor skid PLCs to the site architecture, and the selection and connection of over 100 instruments. Page was also responsible for locating client designed PLCs and RIOs and routing instrument cable to over 800 client supplied instruments and equipment. . Location Sparks, Nevada

Project Size 24,000 Square Feet (Addition) 38,000 Square Feet (Total)

Services Provided Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Plumbing Engineering Process Engineering Instrumentation & Controls Engineering Project Management

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Confidential Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Client Battery Manufacturing Ventilation At the client’s factory, the team designed a ventilation system for a 2,000-square-foot area focused on battery manufacturing. The battery is a flammable paste, and the team provided engineering services to mitigate leaks, and to safely dilute any leakage. In the event of a leak, the designed ventilation would reduce the flammability of the air to below 25% lower flammability limit (LFL). The team provided 3D drawings (BIM) of the system, and worked closely with KUKA Robotics Manufacturing on the design of the robotics system developed for the battery manufacturing. They worked with KUKA’s model to provide duct work-design inside the robotics model and coordinate routing of the ductwork.

Location Nevada

Project Size 2,000 Square Feet

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Confidential Electric Vehicle (EV) Manufacturer / Riverbend Master Plan Phase 1 The master planning concept was developed to create a state-of-theart anchor hub facility for high-tech and green energy businesses at The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend Buffalo, New York. This has transformed the former steel manufacturing property at Riverbend into The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend housing technology, clean energy and biotechnology companies as part of an economic development initiative to create new jobs. The project will create 3,000 jobs in Western New York alone and a total of 5,000 jobs in the state. The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend is one of the most dramatic economic development undertakings in Western New York’s history. This innovative project will not only attract unprecedented private sector investments and thousands of jobs, it will also tie the high-tech and clean energy industries to Western New York for years to come.

Location Buffalo, New York

Project Size 1.2M Square Feet New Construction

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K&N Engineering New Headquarters and Manufacturing Facility K&N has been an industry leader in automotive filtration and technology by manufacturing products to increase performance, protection, and longevity in thousands of vehicle applications for consumers worldwide. When faced with the need to relocate their company headquarters, along with the need to consolidate manufacturing production from multiple structures and development of an automated warehouse all within a single facility, K&N came to Page. Page’s interiors and workplace team created a new 30,000-square-foot office home for K&N in Grand Prairie, Texas that reflects the company’s brand and culture with strong company branding and attention to employee needs and comfort. Similarly, Page’s engineering team worked closely with the architectural team to develop a state-of-the-art 370,000-squarefoot manufacturing and warehouse facility that would support their next generation of growth and innovation. Page engineered the infrastructure necessary to support the manufacturing processes from multiple facilities, worked with an automated warehouse supplier to evaluate structural and slab capacities, designed multiple dust collection systems, designed compressed dry air and nitrogen distribution systems, relocated a prep and paint production line and engineered a floor-supported utility distribution system that allowed easy growth and expansion of the production lines for years to come. Page worked with K&N to develop cost effective solutions to their unique manufacturing process needs while meeting the life safety and local code restrictions.

Location Grand Prairie, Texas

Project Size 30,000 Square Feet / Office 470,000 Square Feet / Manufacturing and Warehouse

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Continental Structural Plastics Manufacturing Facility and Office Page provided architecture, engineering, and project management services for this new 209,653-square-foot plastics manufacturing facility and office space. Page was brought on by the contractor Rogers O’Brien to take over design and coordination of the project, providing cohesion and communication between the project team, owner, and various subconsultants. The 6,300-square-foot office provides employees with a cafeteria, shared workstations, conference rooms and private offices. The employee locker rooms connect the office space with the manufacturing floor, allowing a dedicated space for employees to change prior to entering the factory floor or offices. The manufacturing floor is 185,000-square-foot, constructed of steel framing with no panels, tilt-wall concrete, and a concrete slab foundation. The factory has loading docks, manufacturing, paint shop, and connects to an on-site power house which provides all power needed on the site. The manufacturing equipment and process required careful and continuous coordination with the equipment providers, electrical, and structural engineers to ensure there was adequate infrastructure to support the manufacturing process. The factory houses multiple press pits, depressed subgrade pits that contain the heavy pressing equipment needed to form the plastic shapes. The high bay over the press pits reaches 54 feet and is rigged with cranes for moving the equipment and pressed plastics around the factory and over to the painting booth. The roof over the remainder of the factory is 34 feet high. The paint kitchen is comprised of complex process piping and chemicals that required a detailed chemical analysis to determine the chemical storage and hazardous occupancy requirements, which Page performed in-house. The paint kitchen required a blow-out roof panel for safety, which will direct a potential explosion upward and outward away from the rest of the factory.

Location Seguin, Texas

Project Size 209,653 Square Feet 6,300 Square Feet / Office 185,000 Square Feet / Manufacturing

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General Electric Company / Advanced Battery Manufacturing Facility, GE Power Master Plan Phase 1 Transformative design celebrates the Building 66’s industrial past while embracing forward-thinking concepts of sustainability and discovery. Our cost-effective solution upgrades and resurfaces the existing building envelope while increasing energy efficiency. A new four-story atrium, where original structural elements contribute to a new industrial aesthetic, enhanced the public entry. The atrium provides an impressive welcome to clients; and its connection to work spaces makes it an ideal collaboration space that supports day-to-day as well as conference activity. We collaborated with process engineering consultants to adaptively use a 45,000 GSF portion of the 200,000 GSF 1960s structure. The design reinvention creates a sustainable, state-of-the-art plant focused on testing and producing high-efficiency batteries for hybrid locomotives and electric vehicles. The original facilities large-scale equipment – including 50 to 300 ton gantry cranes – was carefully extracted to make room for the lab /manufacturing center and division headquarters.

Location Schenectady, New York

Project Size 45,000 Square Feet

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General Electric Company / GE Global Fastworks, Advanced Manufacturing Works The General Electric Fastworks project in Greenville, South Carolina is a new advanced manufacturing and research facility designed to provide space for a variety of GE business divisions. The design solution provided GE with a concept focused on transparency into the process of product development and advancement, meeting their goal for “innovation on display.” Three environmentally controlled research pods enclosed in glass were located adjacent to the lobby which stretches the full width of the facility. This not only places the discovery and testing labs in view for visitors, but also creates an opportunity for fostering interaction amongst GE engineers and designers. Customers, students, and industry partners frequently visit the facility and find this open concept engaging in a way that wasn’t possible before. The metal and glass exterior design meets GE’s desire for the facility to interact with the outdoors, providing abundant natural daylight and panoramic views. Lighting controls and other sophisticated smart building systems contribute to an energy-efficient solution, exceeding a LEED certified level of sustainability.

Location Greenville, South Carolina

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute / The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend The Master Planning concept was developed to create a state-of-theart anchor hub facility for high-tech and green energy businesses at The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend Buffalo, New York. This will transform the former steel manufacturing property at Riverbend into The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend housing technology,clean energy and biotechnology companies as part of an economic development initiative to create new jobs. The project will create 3,000 jobs in Western New York alone and a total of 5,000 jobs in the state. The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at Riverbend is one of the most dramatic economic development undertakings in Western New York’s history. This innovative project will not only attract unprecedented private sector investments and thou sands of jobs, it will also tie the high-tech and clean energy industries to Western New York for years to come.

Location Albany, New York

Project Size 1.2M Square Feet

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute / Danfoss Silicon Power | Phase 1 Marcy Nanocenter Master Plan Danfoss Silicon Power, along with Commissioner Howard Zemsky, welcomed their first employees to join the newly formed advanced power module production in Utica, NY. The technology will create smaller, faster, and more effective electronic devices that are expected to revolutionize the technology in solar and wind energy, data centers and future generations of electric and hybrid cars. Danfoss Silicon Power leased approximately 29,000 SF of cleanroom space in the Quad C in Marcy for 10-years. FSMC will spend up to $70 Million to equip the cleanroom with packaging tools and equipment, build out office and logistics space for Danfoss, and will also spend up to $30 Million on central utility building support equipment and infrastructure to allow the cleanroom to function. The total NYS investment for this phase is $100 Million. Danfoss will employ a minimum of 300 scientists, engineers and technicians to build the modules there. GE will provide R&D staff within the Danfoss leasehold area. • • • •

60,000 sqft of production area including class D cleanroom Packaging of IGBT and SiC power modules for industrial, e-mobility and energy applications R&D laboratory for samples Our research, development and production facilities will be certified according to ISO 9001, IATF 16949, ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and OHSAS 180

Location Utica, New York

Project Size 60,000 Square Feet

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STEP - Saratoga Technology and Energy Park / 107 Hermes Road Research, Technology and Manufacturing Building | Master Plan As the inaugural buiIding in a newly created and state funded research and technology park, this 100,000 sf project establishes itself as the bench mark facility for the future development of 1 million square feet of scientific research, development and manufacturing within this 100+ acre cam pus. Working closely with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), a master plan was redeveloped prior to the project to foster the ideas of an environmentally responsible approach to campus planning. Sustainable requirements such as a minimum of LEED certification for new construction within the park were implemented as a way to parallel the production approaches of the specific ‘clean energy’ tenant demographic with the client’s future vision for the campus. The new park’s program and its facilities take reference from regional industry and style emerging at the turn of the century; a reinterpretation of the regional Adirondack style influences the language of architecture established by the local timber industries and boarding camps of the era. Simple, accentuated architectural forms recall the geometries of the period while new materials and detail elements reference the means of construction from the era of ‘wood and iron’. Connectivity to the surrounding context is celebrated through extensive daylighting and views for office and public environments. A transparent central communal lobby projects outward, enhancing the feeling of participation with the unique quality of this tall pine forested environment - strengthening the collection and distribution of natural light throughout the spaces. This project represents a campus prototype of ‘neighborhood’ development and hybrid building facilities between multiple tenants. Tenants within this facility (awaiting LEED Silver certification) are provided corporate headquarters style office and marketing environments with efficient high bay testing/manufacturing spaces. Specialized mechanical, electrical and manufacturing systems were developed for the building while current planning for clean room testing and manufacturing programs remain in progress. Location Utica, New York

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Confidential Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Client Water / Wastewater System The Wastewater Design Philosophy used to develop this wastewater system for a confidential electric vehicle manufacturer was based on the process flow established by the process and engineering teams. This selection and arrangement of proprietary modular unit process steps was carefully chosen to maintain proper quality and reliability of the process wastewater system performance, with a focus of giving the customer flexibility for routine maintenance and future expansion without major capital expansion. The main function of the Wastewater Treatment is to sequester and remove contaminants from each of the manufacturing process lines to achieve levels that consistently meet site discharge levels as prescribed by local compliance requirements from the Basis of Design document for the whole project.

Location Central Texas

Project Size 300 gal/min expandable to 600 gal/min

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Heraeus Fluoride Wastewater Treatment System The project consisted of providing design and construction administration services for the addition of a new Fluoride Wastewater Treatment System (FWTS) associated equipment. The project included the following: § A new heated and ventilated enclosed H-4 occupancy building of approximately 2,000 square feet (min.) to contain new vendor furnished FWTS. § Addition of an approximate 25’ x 25’ FWTS equipment skid within the new building. § Design of utilities to FWTS from existing infrastructure: city water, non-potable water, compressed dry air, natural gas, fire protection water, and electrical service from existing main panel to new FWTS and associated equipment.

Location Austin, Texas

Project Size 2,000 Square Feet

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Confidential EV Manufacturer Reverse Osmosis (RO) System Analysis Page analyzed the current RO system and presented recommendations to the client to improve performance, identify design and operational gaps, and provide short-term and long-term solutions and recommendations to achieve the goals outlined in specification requirements. The boundaries of the RO system analysis began at the Austin city water feed piping into the RO makeup tank and included the RO plant and distribution system. The final report included key findings, a gap analysis between current RO system capabilities and future flowrate and specification requirements, hydraulic analysis, chemistry analysis, and recommended solutions.

Location Central Texas

Project Size 10,000 Square Feet

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