A cool appointment

We have just been appointed an air-conditioning upgrade project for ‘Bank of China’. The project involves the upgrade of an existing DC facility on the second floor of their premises. Outside condensers are currently on the fourth floor of the office building and so the project requires careful management given the office environment on the fourth floor where works will be taking place.

Secure IT Environments have worked with Bank of China previously with the build of their existing data centre. Over time the heat load has gone up as they have expanded and the requirement to install new air-conditioning is required. We are delighted that they chose to come back to us for this upgrade project and look forward to working with them again.

To co-host or build your own… that is the question

Chris Wellfair, Projects Director at Secure IT Environments Ltd,  examines the dilemma or building of co-hosting a data centre in the latest issue of Data Centre Solutions,

For the full article

http://www.dcsuk.info/news_full.php?id=31472&title=#axzz2y7eliKG3

 

 

 

Leeds Metropolitan University

Secure I.T. Environments has been awarded another project in the education sector – this time for Leeds Metropolitan University. The awarded contract is to supply a new hub room. The current room is within a building that is scheduled for a major refurbishment project and needs to be re-located as a matter of urgency in order that the refurbishment project can begin. This means a tight turnaround for the new hub room build of 3-4 weeks. The project includes a modular secure IT room with flooring, HCLV power supplies and will require close project management to ensure the timescales are met. The new room measures approximately 20-25sqm.

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