Data Centers from Edge to Cloud
Providing infrastructure solutions specializing in highly available, scalable, redundant and manageable, turnkey solutions for IT environments from utility-to-desktop
Construction Services for Data Centers, Computer Rooms, Server Rooms & Network Closets
PTS specializes in products & services that integrate into solutions for a host of IT-centric environments including: facility-wide generator & UPS solutions, data centers, server rooms/closets, MDFs, IDFs, wiring/network closets, phone rooms, network operation centers, command bridges and general office area environment solutions that effectively route power, voice & data to workstations through trading floors.
PTS understands the stress involved and detail required in even a minor construction project. Compound this with a 24×7 availability requirement, and the quantity and complexity of systems required in today’s data centers and what you have is today’s typical data center construction project.
We have streamlined the data center construction process in order to minimize the interruption to day-to-day operations, while still keeping costs in check. PTS will guide you every step of the way, from the first realization that some scope of change is required, to the final systems commissioning and use training.
Whatever avenue you select for the construction of your data center; whether the traditional design-specify-bid-build, or the more modern design/build. Or if you simply need guidance in designing and specifying your data center, PTS will utilize its ever expanding expertise to get you the up-to-date, state-of-the-art data center you need, and then take the data center to the desktop; providing you with the integrated, and completely manageable facility that makes your job easier, and your company more profitable.
Design/Build Construction PTS is committed to excellence in the data center design/build process. Unlike the traditional design-specify-bid-build process, which costs more, takes more time to execute and requires more resources to manage, PTS’ Design/Build Data Center Construction Strategy condenses the exercise into a clear and concise process. By integrating both design and construction services, a tighter schedule can be met, costs can be better controlled and unforeseen problems can be avoided. Our proven methodology is designed to minimize the disruption of your business during deployment.
Bid & Specification Construction Already work with a specific architect? Already have contractors on-site? PTS’s specialization in data center design and specification can provide your previously retained architects and contractors with the information they need to implement your state-of-the-art data center. If you don’t have an architect or contractors yet, PTS will create the design and specifications you need to hire the proper team for your data center project.
General Contracting What exactly are your requirements when you decide to build a data center? You want to ensure that it functions perfectly, that it can be expanded as necessary (with little to no interruption), and that it is available both as soon as possible; and once it is available, it is available as often as possible: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year; year, after year, after year.
Construction Management Many firms today simply don’t have the manpower, or the expertise to be able to effectively administer a construction project; especially a construction project as complex and crucial as a data center. Management of a construction project is a full-time job in and of itself. There are a staggering number of details that must be given proper attention if your construction project is going to be successfully completed on-time and on-budget; details that can make-or-break a project.
Contact PTS for your Next Data Center Project
You shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to your data center. Our expert team assesses your unique needs, and then employs a proven data center plan that reduces the amount of support infrastructure you will need.
The result is higher efficiency, reduced complexity and better resiliency at lower cost… all at the same time.
Contact us for a quick chat to discuss how a smarter design for your data center can save you money.
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