industrial | manufacturing | energy

Industrial and manufacturing facilities require a thorough understanding of industrial production methods, knowledge of environmental monitoring and control systems, and a solid comprehension of the utility generation and distribution systems. Our experience has awarded IDS the expertise to provide such services effectively and with predictable results. These facilities range from labor intensive light fixture manufacturers to energy intensive high-tech production; from pollution-free environmentally stringent research and development facilities to government regulated hazardous waste storage; from simple mechanized factory production of furniture and carpet to complex silicon wafer and semi-conductor manufacturing facilities and water treatment plants.

IDS Group designed the nation’s first sustainable solar-powered parking structure, consulted on the largest LEED-Gold rated privately-funded project in the United States at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii, and was instrumental in the design of Mission Viejo Mall, recognized as the largest solar-retail installation in the US. IDS Group has completed more than 15 photovoltaic projects within the past three years; we are the recipient of numerous awards for conservation and renewable energy products, thermal energy storage, new design, seismic retrofit, utility infrastructure design, and HVAC renovation and retrofit.

  • Distribution Center

    Redlands, California
  • Anaheim Police Department,
    Helicopter Support Facility

    Fullerton, California
  • American Honda Distribution Center

    Torrance, California
  • Power Generation Plant

    Huntington Beach, California
  • California State University, Los Angeles - Thermal Energy Storage

    Los Angeles, California
  • ParexLahabra Plaster Produccts Plant

    Riverside, California
  • Shell Oil, Dryer

    El Segundo, California
  • Denso Automotive Manufacturing Facility

    Long Beach, California
  • Steelcase, Motorized Monorail System

    Tustin, California
  • Lockheed Martin, Anechoic Chamber

    Sunnyvale, California