Semiconductors

case study: Analog Devices

Silane System Installation 
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Client List

  • Analog Devices
  • Applied Materials
  • Cornell University
  • Cree
  • Florida State University
  • GLOBALFOUNDRIES
  • Harvard University
  • IBM Microelectronics
  • Micron Technology, Inc.
  • MIT
  • MIT Lincoln Laboratories
  • RTI International
  • UNC - Greensboro JSNN
  • Vanderbilt University

Helping You Make The Impossible - Routine

Working in the semiconductor industry is not for the faint of heart. The race to be first to market leads to aggressive project schedules. With small increases in yield leading to millions of dollars, designs have to be robust and systems need to provide 100% uptime. Finally, breaking new ground technically requires creativity, flexibility and a “can do” mentality that can adjust to constantly changing requirements.

The Hallam-ICS Semiconductors team has over 35 of experience in the design, construction and start-up of semiconductor manufacturing and research facilities. We understand the unique needs of your industry and, like you, we hold firm to a “no defect” policy in our designs and installations. Our engineers are talented, experienced and highly responsive.

Fab Design Faster

Our MEP engineering and control system team have expertise with the design and installation of facility, process and specialty systems, and are recognized as industry leaders in the design and build of Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems (TGMS). Let us put that knowledge and expertise to use to benefit your next project.   

Areas of Expertise

  • Process tool layout
  • Cleanroom design (Electrical, Mechanical, Controls)
  • Central utility plant
  • Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems (TGMS)
  • Facility Management Control Systems (FMCS)
  • Process Tool Accommodation
  • HPM Gases and Liquids Process Exhaust and Ventilation
  • Hazardous Process Material Storage and Delivery
  • Arc Flash Study and Electrical Safety

Fundamental Design Requirements of TGMS White Paper download

Have a technical question? Our SEMICONDUCTOR SPECIALISTS have the answer.