Project Noble is a Tier IV mission critical facility for a confidential company located on a 45-acre site. This ground up 114,000-square-foot data center housed 27,400 square feet of high density raised floor computer environment with the remaining area dedicated to critical mechanical and electrical support systems and a 12,000-square-foot office area. The building was designed to resist 250 mile per hour winds through a special roof assembly, structure and outdoor equipment protection.
With worldwide reach and influence, Corgan understands the architectural design needs of today’s data centers so clients can make confident, informed decisions about their investments. We know the mechanical and electrical systems from the architectural aspect of the building and our dedicated experts combine broad technical experience and design sensibility to deliver data center designs with leading-edge innovation.
From the first ground-up reservation facility in the world in 1979 to the largest LEED Gold Certified freestanding data center in the nation, Corgan’s Data Centers Studio has spent years studying the engineering systems at the core of these projects.