PHS has worked with a global colocation provider in Secaucus, NJ, for a number of years. This particular project had two distinct features. The first is the coordinated control of a large number of roof top units into one supply header for the entire data floor. The second is individual duct branch drop temperature control. PHS was tasked with providing a low cost solution for controlling approximately 375 individual supply dampers across the data floor independently.
Our customer has a lot of faith in our design and execution. We were the first vendor asked to help design and build a granular installation. That type of floor control was then rolled out to all of their COLO data centers by other vendors. Especially regarding execution, we have received praise from the commissioning agent and our customer for a zero issue commissioning completion.
- New Construction – 107,000 sq. ft. of what will be a 370,000 sq. ft. Facility
- Initial Buildout of 12 COLO RTUs, Two (2) Electrical Room RTUs, Three (3) Office Area RTUs and Two (2) MUAs
- 250,000 Gallons of Chilled Condenser Water Storage
- 8 – Metal Cooling Towers with VFD Fans – (3) Future
- Generator Fuel System Monitoring
- Monitoring of All Switchgear, UPS, PDUs, Generators, ATS, etc.
- PUE and System Metrics Dashboards
- Managed COLO Space and Flex Space
- 29 VAV Boxes