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We have completed well over 400 separate projects in the telecommunications industry for AT&T, Sprint, SBC, and Verizon. For many of these facilities, we have been the engineer of record since 1985. We have completed numerous projects, including electrical upgrades, generator installations, HVAC upgrades, chiller plant upgrades & optimization, and countless renovations.


Design: We provide a variety of engineering services required to maximize the reliability and availability of data centers' mechanical systems and electrical power.

Specializing in the unique distribution requirements of data centers and other non-linear loads, we offer in-depth expertise for improving, supplementing, and upgrading existing electrical power systems and their associated HVAC requirements.

Projects include installations of parallel and/or redundant UPS and standby generator systems, power conditioning, power distribution, lighting systems, chiller & cooling systems, and energy upgrades and improvements.

Proven Record: The magnitude of the type of services we provide is an example of our ability to work outside the standard perception of what a consulting engineer should be. The experience we receive from performing these types of duties is unique, and gives us insight beyond the basic design to actual operation of the facility after construction. This experience reinforces our commitment to designing quality systems that meet the needs of the end-user, and we can blame no one but ourselves if we didn't get it right the first time.



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