About Us


Matt and Michele Hill

Integrated Construction Services is a US Corporation based in California. We are a General Contractor that specializes in the installation of Seismic Bracing for computer equipment.
Our company has been in business since 1990, and we have extensive experience working in data centers. We understand the sensitive nature of this environment and take every precaution necessary when working in these centers.

Our completed projects include:

  • AT&T
  • CISCO Systems
  • Sun Micro Systems
  • Quantum
  • IBM
  • University of California Berkeley
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • United States Air Force - Cheyanne Mountain Facility
  • United States Naval Air Station - Point Mugu
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Compaq Global Services
  • Unisys
  • Pacific Gas and Electric
  • Nortel Networks

ICS Kwik Clamp Products

Integrated Construction Services manufactures and installs seismic bracing products to brace computer equipment cabinets. Our products include the Kwik Clamp Model 3, the Kwik Clamp Model 5 and the ICS Under Floor Seismic Bracing Assembly. We also distribute and install the Thumb-lock Fastening System.
The concept of Seismic Bracing came about when our customers were unable to find a seismic bracing solution from their major computer equipment suppliers. They contracted with our company to design a method that could be retrofitted to working systems, without effecting their operations or creating down time.
The Kwik Clamp system was developed to be installed on operating computer equipment. The design quickly and easily attaches to equipment while systems are in service. Our system meets those requirements.
Integrated Construction Services is able to design-build products to meet specific equipment needs when a unique seismic bracing situation exists.
The Kwik Clamp systems has been designed and engineered to meet the Uniform Building Code Zone 4 requirements. The International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) assigns Zones to geographic areas that measure the seismic activity on a scale of 0 through 4, with 4 having the highest frequency of earthquakes.