Recovery Data Center
Automated Systems and Controls Enable Precise Cooling.
A customer in the Mission Critical market selected Spencer Bristol Engineering, a Gray company, to provide MEP engineering and automated controls for its data center’s chillers, cooling systems, and storage tanks.
Spencer Bristol provided MEP design engineering for the installation of new HVAC, electrical, and control systems in a customer’s recovery data center. Project design included a modular chiller plant providing N+1 cooling to the data center floor, along with a traditional central chiller plant providing N+1 cooling to the backup recovery unit office areas. An innovative scheme of automated control valves allowed any chiller to provide cooling to all areas of the facility, resulting in redundancy greater than 2N.
- Conceptual, schematic, design development, & contract documents
- Field engineering
- Contract administration
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Process & Packaging Systems Engineering
Automation & Controls
Custom equipment Ovens & cookers Process skids Batching equipment Clean-in-place systems Bioreactors Extruders Distributed products Mixers & blenders
After partnering on three previous projects, this confidential customer selected Gray to construct a greenfield Tier 4 data center and office facility located on 78 acres in Oregon. For this project, Gray installed redundant power/electrical and cooling systems and owner-provided equipment as well as provided construction management services.
After partnering with Gray on a data center and office building, this confidential customer also selected the company to build an additional 210,000 s.f. facility on the same site. This Tier 4 facility features redundant power/electrical and cooling. Gray provided construction management as well as equipment installation for this project.