Chisholm & Winch has won the fourth phase of a multi-million pound contract to fit out a new data centre in West London.
The total project value is circa £10m and the overall scope of works includes civil engineering, ground works, concrete, structural steel work, external cladding, internal fit-out and fire wall and door construction and installation.
The project, builds on Chisholm & Winch’s experience in the data halls sector and showcases the company’s ongoing collaborative working relationship with client: engineering company, T Clarke.
Logistics have proved to be a challenge on the project, with the client requiring full notice of deliveries, and personnel on site adhering to strict deadlines; which has meant increasing the skilled labour on site when necessary. Last minute variations to the design and installation have also been accommodated swiftly and successful by the Chisholm & Winch team.
Speaking about the project, Simon Castle, Managing Director at Chisholm & Winch, said: “We pride ourselves on working in close partnership with the industry’s leading main contractors and engineers, such as T Clarke. Thanks to our years of expertise and knowledge garnered over 50 years in business, customers rely on us to deliver in the data centre field, always with the highest quality service, collaborative approach and attention to detail.
“Data centres are often major projects and have huge accountability. The precision of planning is paramount to ensure all the mechanical and electrical equipment that will eventually be installed, will fit perfectly into the necessary space.
“We are committed to delivering a superb data centre facility that meets the demands of the growing digital economy and modern data operations.”