Precast Concrete and Data Centre Capital of the World.
The Irish government and in partnership with industry leaders are working to identify Ireland as the potential data centre capital of the world.
The country is seen as an attractive location for the facilities for a range of reasons, including the cool climate, which reduces running costs for heat-generating computers, its connectivity to the US via transatlantic data cables, and a favourable data-protection regime for tech multinationals.
Precast concrete meets the high performance demands of data centres by providing cost-effective open spans, passive fire resistance, and durable, high-efficiency, low maintenance buildings. Precast concrete is a high performance material that integrates easily with other systems and inherently provides the versatility, efficiency, and resiliency needed to meet the multi-hazard requirements and long-term demands of high performance structures.
Flood Precast worked with Collen Construction providing precast concrete flooring and stairs for Project Gemini at Ballycoolin Dublin.
This construction project consists of
- 21 Mega watt co-location data centre comprising of 6 individual data halls and ancillary services.
- Reconstruction of an existing industrial manufacturing facility.
- Independently supported mezzanine for AHU platforms.
Project: Project Gemini, Ballycoolin Substation, Dublin
Contractor: Collen Construction
Engineer: Kirby Engineering & Construction
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