PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Omnicell Build-out at Point Place II
This project consisted of an approximately 25,000 SF build-out on the entire second floor of the Point Place II office building. The project included plumbing and electrical renovation with minor mechanical work associated with adjusting the existing system to meet space requirements. A sprinkler system on the second floor was also included in the scope of this project, along with running underground fire line.
Our extensive background in Data Centers provided the knowledge and experience to fast track the design and the execution of the installation. The basic power distribution was based on the existing building 480V system. Utilizing this system, we distributed the lighting loads to 277V panels and the general use loads to 120v panels.
The Data Hub utilized the 480v system for new Data Center Power Distribution Unit. This provided power for six IT Data Racks with power strips and twist lock receptacles and a 40kva Emerson UPS System with integrated load bus sync, IGBT pulse-width rectifier / inverter, automatic static transfer switch and internal Maintenance By-pass Switch. The system included an E.P.O. pushbutton Emergency Off System and power connection to CRAC unit A/C System.
In addition to the Data Room, the space included offices for Management, Training Room, Conference Rooms, Collaborative Meeting Areas, Software Development Lab, JQA Lab, open floor plan area for 49 modular desk workstations.
Indirect / Direct Linear lighting fixtures with 30% up lighting and 70% down lighting provide the illumination for the open floor plan workstation areas. Office spaces utilized standard parabolic 2x4 lay-in and fluorescent down lights. Decorative pendants and LED lighting accented the Collaborative meeting areas. A lighting control system is provided to meet energy code and area lighting control.
Interior finishes include acoustical ceiling tile and grid, VCT/sheet vinyl flooring, athletic flooring in the fitness center, carpet tiles throughout the office space, architectural casework, hollow metal frames with solid core wood doors, and storefront.