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Secure I.T. Environments upgrades Three Rivers District Council data centre

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Secure I.T. Environments has finished a multi-phase upgrade project for the main data centre at Three Rivers District Council.

The project, located at the council’s main offices in Rickmansworth, was completed over the course of a year.

The project included a number of improvements over four phases. The initial phase saw the installation of an energy efficiency UPS system, consisting of a Riello Multi Power Combo UPS cabinet with two 25kW three-phase power modules, for the server room.

The server room flooring was also replaced, with improved air flow from the addition of vented grilles.

The upgrade saw the replacement of two 20-year old air handling units (AHUs) with FlaktGroup Multi-DENCO models, which were configured with a new Building Management Solutions (BMS) to manage the cooling environment in the server room.

Finally, Secure I.T. Environments provided a future-proofed fire suppression system.

Gary Cook, Data Centre Manager at Three Rivers District Council said, “At each stage of our major upgrade project, Secure I.T. Environments has delivered professionally in its consulting and on-site implementation of the work. Our project involved, multiple areas of a works in a live data centre, and the team at Secure I.T. completed all the works on time and to our expected standards.”

“Whether building a new data centre, or undertaking major upgrade projects, we work very hard to ensure consistent standards and a minimum of disruption for our clients, with particular care and attention to those data centre services that need to remain live throughout the works,” added Chris Wellfair, Projects Director at Secure I.T. Environments.

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