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Data Centers Projects

ATS has worked on data centers for large, nationally known companies in Puget Sound, Quincy, WA;  San Antonio, Texas; Chicago, IL, Forest City, N.C.; Altoona, IA, Prineville, OR and Lulea, Sweden.  We are experts at maintaining uptime, critical monitoring of electrical systems, Evaporative Cooling Systems and standard Chilled Water Systems.  We have also performed numerous retrofits of smaller data centers and gateways to increase energy efficiency.

Wheeler Data Center (Dept. of Information Services)

Client: State of Washington
Location: Olympia, WA
Architect: NBBJ
General Contractor: Howard S. Wright
Mechanical Contractor: University Mechanical

Approximately 461, 000 sq. ft. 63/20 financed project consisting of two office buildings to house the headquarters for the Washington State Department of Information Systems, as well as a new state data center that allows the state to consolidate older data centers into one efficient location.  Project features include: ~30, 000 sq. ft. of white space. Ultimate build is ~60, 000 sq. ft. of white space; 4.5 MW critical load. 9.0 MW ultimate build-out; Cooling system is air handlers with air-side economizer, direct evaporative cooling, and chilled water; Chiller plant uses high-efficiency variable-speed chillers and variable primary flow; UPS units have continuous-rated static switches, enabling 99% efficiency; ATS provided Alerton controls on all HVAC, water and electrical monitoring systems.

Photos courtesy of UMC.

Redmond Ridge

Client: Eastside Software Developer
Location: Western Washington
Architect: Callison
General Contractor: Sellen Construction
Mechanical Contractor: University Mechanical

One Lab

Over 57, 000 square feet (including generator buildings, switch yard and mezzanine). The building’s cooling method uses outside air with evaporative coolers. Number of Pods: 48 Pods (8 Clusters of 6 pods) separated into two groups of 24 on either side of a central control/work area. ATS, as part of the project team, designed, built, and commissioned the Alerton controls for the innovative mechanical systems for this project. ATS provided Electrical System monitoring via a combination of MODBUS integration and hardwire interface to Electrical Gear.