Mission Critical/ Data Center
Compromise is never an option when it comes to keeping your organization fully operational 7×24. The same goes when planning and building your mission critical facilities.
Featured Projects in the Mission Critical Market
extensive analysis and coordination
When you need to navigate the complex issues of constructing a mission critical facility, turn to Gilbane for global knowledge and best practices from building more than 10 million square feet of data center construction. Our innovative and Lean management strategies deliver projects at all levels of density and redundancy in the most cost effective and efficient way.
Whether your project is a greenfield construction site, interior fit-out or a complex upgrade to an existing live facility, Gilbane takes full ownership of the extensive analysis and coordination required, from design phase through commissioning. Our mission critical professionals can be found in more than 50 office locations including Silicon Valley, North Carolina, New York, Houston, Atlanta, Boston and Chicago to help you execute your facility plans.
Solutions for Every Market
Our mission critical experience spans numerous market segments that demand uninterrupted service including healthcare, government, higher education and corporate/financial. With extensive experience in delivering data centers, network operations centers (NOC), disaster recovery or clinical informatics solutions, we understand new and emerging technologies and how they are changing facilities’ design parameters. We’ll work with you and your design teams to develop construction solutions and methods of procedure to address those challenges.
Our experience, coupled with the Mission Critical Center of Excellence, provides valuable best practices and lessons learned to minimize disruption on campus and maintain a safe environment. Click here for Branch Banking & Trust’s whitepaper entitled: Development and Construction of an Enterprise Mission Critical Data Center.
Read about how we are building a modern data center within an existing structure for DataGryd: Makeover Adds Muscle to a Telecom Landmark (Engineering News-Record New York, March 2015).