Unlike your typical office environments, Data Centers are unique facilities. However, contractors and subcontractors are routinely placed inside critical environments with minimal or no prior data center experience. Inexperienced contractors elevate the potential of an accident by “human error”; a leading cause for loss of critical bus.
With the elevated potential for human error, Contractors should be vetted as well as the technicians performing the work. The SOW (Scope of Work) for a given task should be identified prior to the commencement of the work. The SOW can be broken down into 3 basic categories; 1) construction 2) scheduled preventive maintenance 3) emergency service.
A true ”Data Center Contractor” will add value providing real benefits to the Data Center Manager. Keystone Critical Systems & Advisors sole business focus is the information technology sector. This continuous involvement inside the critical environment assures the Data Center Manager long term quality benefits within the three categories of Construction, Preventive Maintenance, and Emergency Service. High quality initial construction installation, factory level preventive maintenance and low TTR emergency service is the ultimate solution to the lowest cost of ownership.
With 30 years of experience in the IT support industry as well as a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Cleaver was a UPS/Power and CRAC (Computer Room A/C) systems application engineer for 17 years for Emerson/Liebert products prior to founding Keystone Critical Systems & Advisors, located in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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