20MW Data Centre projects in Dublin & Jakarta
Data centres are intensive construction projects. Their design needs to be exacting, and the infrastructure needs to be extremely robust in order to prevent critical machinery from losing power or becoming damaged. Modelling projects using BIM software is the first step towards solving problems associated with these new technologies, both before and after facilities are finished. Modern data centres can now be painstakingly planned before construction ever begins. Both the models and the data from these construction projects will be accessible long after the project is over, in a form much easier to use and analyse than a series of 2D drawings
Data centres – speed of light towards digital real estate.
Critical facilities are becoming more diverse as technology advances create market shifts. Hyperscale users and increased demand have turned data into the new utility, making quicker, leaner facilities a must. Enterprise and High Performance Computing users recognize the value of critical facilities — connecting to a brand is as important as connecting to the campus. Cybersecurity, new regulations, and open markets are driving new types of critical facilities — from command centres to high tech factories.
At MDP, we lead and manage complex multi-disciplinary BIM & design teams according to well-defined BIM Protocols. Our capability as a Lead Designer for the Design & Construction of BIM Level 2 projects. Our leading-edge software capabilities include cloud-based Revit™ modelling, Virtual reality, and integrated design platforms such as BIM 360™. Having the capability to communicate with all disciplines in real time enables us to better manage and track design development on selected projects. Drawings, schedules, and quantities are produced directly from the BIM model to ensure that design information is efficiently structured and concisely coordinated.