Optima Engineering

Corporate Retail Client – Multiple Data Centers

Southeastern and Southwestern United States

Project Summary

Multiple data center upgrades for a corporate retail client.

Project Highlights

  • Redundant emergency power systems and N+1 air-cooled chiller plants
  • New electrical and mechanical systems were integrated with the existing systems to 2.5 times the existing facility capacity
  • Renovation and relocation of Network Operation Center without facility down time

 

Southwest Tier IV Data Center Upgrades: High Density PODS – This project added four high-density cold aisle containment pods with a rack capacity of 24kW per rack. The design included new electrical utility service and distribution infrastructure, redundant emergency power systems and redundant N+1 air-cooled chiller plants. Underfloor bus way (Starline) was utilized for rack power distribution. Also included was In-row and rack mounted high density pumped refrigerant cooling.

Southwest Tier IV Data Center Upgrades: Data Center Renovations and Addition – The project scope included renovations and upgrades to the Data Center including the addition of a new mechanical bar to mirror the existing mechanical bar, generator and UPS systems and air-cooled chillers. New electrical and mechanical systems were integrated with the existing systems to 2.5 times the existing facility capacity while maintaining system redundancy, without interruption to the operation of the existing facility.

East Coast Tier IV Data Center Upgrades: Data Center Renovations – The project included renovations and upgrades to the Data Center including the addition of a new mechanical bar to mirror the existing mechanical bar into an existing attached building, generator and UPS systems and air-cooled chillers. New electrical and mechanical systems were integrated with the existing systems to 2.5 times the existing facility capacity while maintaining system redundancy, without interruption to the operation of the existing facility. This includes the relocation and renovation of the existing Network Operation Center without facility down time.