SPIE UK has scooped a new multi-million-pound contract with Next Generation Data (NGD), operators of the largest tier 3+ data centre in Europe, for the design and installation of three new data halls with associated power trains.
The works form part of NGD’s recent multi-million-pound investment into the further development of its facility and the latest expansion phase of an additional 250,000 sq. ft of capacity.
As Principal Contractor and NGD’s engineering team partner, SPIE will be responsible for the design, installation, testing and commissioning of white space fit-out to provide three data halls, each with more than 400 racks inside them.
These data halls each include A&B plant areas, dual power trains, generator backup, 3.0MW of available critical power, 3MW critical cooling and a data centre management system.
SPIE UK has been Principal Contractor on all phases of development at the South Wales data centre, working alongside NGD for almost a decade to plan, design and install data halls.
Steve Farmer, Divisional Managing Director at SPIE UK, said: “We are delighted to be continuing our long and successful relationship with this high-profile client. Our team’s extensive expertise will ensure that NGD’s latest expansion will be delivered within an industry-leading timescale and to the highest standards. SPIE look forward to continuing to support NGD to grow and develop secure, flexible data centre solutions for their end user customers.”