Project Gallery

Quest Construction Engineering is a privately held construction, electrical, and management company. We specialize in interior and exterior renovations, telecommunication data centers, information technology environments, critical systems, and new construction. Below are some of our most recent projects.

Our Projects

Telefonica
Quest construction completed a new Telecom building for Telefonica in Jacksonville Beach Florida, building was designed with all walls of poured solid concrete (Tilt-Up) 2 floors about 18K Sf.Concrete panels were built, formed, poured and lifted on site, making it a quicker to erect the shell of the building.Metal roof joist and beams welded to concrete imbeds makes this building a very rigid durable structure.Some of the many benefits of tilt-up consist of long term durability, the superior performance in fire safety, reduced insurance premiums, and easy maintenance and repair for the building thus reducing operating costs.
Equinix
Quest Construction as chosen to upgrade the most important function of a Data Center for Equinix, 2 1MEG Generators in parallel that provide their customers a piece of mind. Data Centers provide space power, connectivity, and a great amount of cooling. As the Telecom industry becomes more demanding with power, their satisfaction to provide uninterrupted power supply to customer equipment becomes a key component, so does the infrastructure.
Bethesda
Bethesda Health City is a very unique healthcare center located in Boynton Beach Florida, with over 100K SF facility home to many practitioners in the industry. Quest Construction replaced 45 HAVC package rooftop units, ranging from 25-125 tons, the center is open 24 hours a day, making it more challenging to insure that no services were interrupted while work was being performed. HVAC units were carefully replaced during occupied space off hours, nights and weekends. HVAC controls were updated and modified to accept the new HVAC system technology
ColoHouse Phase I
Quest Construction completed this Data Center for ColoHouse. A data center is a facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. It generally includes redundant or backup power supplies, redundant data communications connections, environmental controls (e.g., air conditioning, fire suppression) and security devices. A data center can occupy one room of a building, one or more floors, or an entire building. Most of the equipment is often in the form of servers mounted in 19 inch rack cabinets, which are usually placed in single rows forming corridors between them. This allows people access to the front and rear of each cabinet. Some equipment such as mainframe computers and storage devices are often as big as the racks themselves, and are placed alongside them.
ColoHouse Phase II
Quest Construction built the 1st facility in Downtown Miami for ColoHouse in 2008, and because of our great relationship with our customers we have completed a 6K SF expansion in the same building for them. ColoHouse new expansion includes a generator paralleling gear that will insure their clients with ultimate reliability with their equipment maintenances. A new 1 Meg generator was installed to provide emergency power systems to new expansion, along with Powerware (Eaton) UPS systems. The UPS systems have the ultimate power management technology provided by Eaton, which gives customers and ColoHouse reliability and ultimate performance. Branch Circuit monitoring greatly reduces the risk of a customer impact by early overload monitoring/detection is one of the many features provided by the UPS system.
747 Ponce
Quest Construction successfully completed the entire cooling system for 747 Ponce Medical Facility in Coral Gables Florida. Job consisted on replacing 50 tons of cooling per floor; units were replaced after hours and weekends to avoid doctor and patient displacement and business interruptions. Quest chose Trane units for their reliability and site requirements, air handlers were modular which were taken apart and flown with a crane through a window, stage for weekend installation. We successfully completed the project without any business interruption to the entire facility.