Cloudsite Tianjin Data Center



Owner Agent / Project Manager



  • Design Management
  • Design Review
  • OFCI Equipment Procurement
  • Construction Management
  • Utility Coordination
  • Commissioning Management
  • Project Financial Modeling

Critical Fact

Strategic planning for up to eight additional data centers throughout mainland China with each facility containing three data hall floors supporting a critical load of 2.4-MW per floor.

Critical Project Services, L.L.C. provided Project Executive, Project Management, and Electrical Superintendent support for the design and construction of a new Greenfield, 250,000 SF / four-story, Tier III data center and strategic planning for up to eight additional data centers throughout mainland China. Each facility contains three data hall floors with a critical load of 2.4-MW per floor (7.2 MW total critical load) as well as a front-end system for utility introduction to the facility, office and ancillary space, and disaster recovery and occupied office space.  The data center utilized a highly efficient airside economization system for increased HVAC efficiency.


Phase 1 includes -

  • 250,000 SF of shell building
  • 50,000 SF of data floor
  • Medium voltage site power infrastructure for the campus

About this Project

CPS was successful in reducing the initial budget of the project by over 30% through a redesign effort. The effort did not substantially affect the schedule of the project, and also increased overall data center reliability and efficiency.

Total project budget was approximately $85 million per site. Each site was scheduled to complete the design in a period of 12-16 weeks, depending on the site.  The shell on each site was scheduled to be completed in 26-30 weeks, and the MEP / Data Center fit-out was scheduled to be completed in 16-20 weeks per site, depending on the specific site.  Through schedule overlap and coordination, the overall schedule was kept to a duration of less than one calendar year.  Currently, the first two projects are under way with the data center of the first project scheduled to be completed at the end of October 2013.


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