Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Critical Facilities and Data Center Design Peer Review

Validate Your Critical Facilities and Data Center Design

We understand you have been working with an experienced project engineers and architect to complete the construction documents and engineering specifications for your new mission-critical facilities / data centers. Special consideration has been placed in the development of these documents to ensure a successful construction phase.


Since your mission-critical facilities are complex and fundamentally different from other types of construction projects (with own set of standards, requirements, etc.), one tool to assist making informed judgement is the Design Stage Peer Review - an important and often overlooked validation of the design before construction commences.

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Our Peer Review is an independent technical analysis of the design drawings and specifications conducted to identify potential deficiencies, at the design stage or bidding stage, where error on paper are simple to rectify correct.

  • Consult with our professional team with Chartered Engineer (CEng) status who have more than 20 years experience in critical facilities design, data center projects and building services engineering
  • Ensure that your design & build project documents and engineering specifications fulfill your ultimate needs and requirements
  • Discover all potential single points of failure and cost and efficiency improvements

Further to the Data Center & Critical Facilities Design Courses, our professional team can help you to confirm the important items such as power, cooling, loads / capacities, redundancies and safety have been properly and optimally engineered.


Peer Review Findings and Return

After your review is completed, our professional team will present you with a detailed findings, including

  • Items of concern & improvement
  • Rationale for questioning the original design / infrastructure items
  • Potential capital and operating cost savings

For additional information and the peer review findings, please visit .

In addition to the peer review, you are cordially invited to visit our Data Center Design Consideration Series -

(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection, and
(8) Raised Floor

All topics focus on key components and give technical advice and recommendations for designing a data center and critical facilities.