Provide significant infrastructure upgrades that include 4,000 tons of highly efficient data center cooling capacity and up to 28 megawatts of additional power.
Develop a building-wide solution for cooling and power to expand the capacity and upgrade the reliability of the building mechanical and electrical infrastructure without interrupting current critical operations within the building.
Develop an energy efficient cooling design to not only meet the requirements of Title 24 and those of the California Energy Code, but also be an energy-efficient design by current data center design standards.
Develop a phasing plan to allow upgrades to occur in response to marketing needs (i.e. lease negotiations), rather than with large upfront expenditures.
Deliver a new cooling system would address space constraints and provide a reliable central cooling system for future tenants.
Meet the specific goal to provide a design supply air temperature within ASHRAE TC 9.9 guidelines and to provide compressor-less cooling for at least 50% of the time.
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