GGS Awarded New Data Center Project

GGS’s Innovative ASPIRE BMS solution key to award

04/02/2015 AUSTIN, TX

Glenmount Global Solutions (GGS) has been a new Tier 3 Colocation Data Center Project.

GGS has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar project to provide the consulting engineering, design, and turnkey implementation of GGS’s proven ASPIRE BMS solution for the first phase of a new three-phase collocation Data Center project being constructed in the north Texas region.

The first phase of the new facility is expected to be commissioned and fully operational in October of 2015.
Troy Miller, Executive Vice President, responsible for GGS’s Energy business said:

“This project award reflects the trust that an increasing number of Mission Critical and Data Center facility owners are placing in us to construct the systems that keep their facilities running and efficient. We’re proud of our associates and their track record of success in designing and building high-reliability solutions for the industry.”

GGS’s ASPIRE BMS offering is a fully redundant, configurable solution designed to provide mission critical central plant operators inproved reliability and uptime, faster design and implementation timelines, and “zero defect” commissionining. GGS’s ASPIRE solution operates and monitors nearly 30 large scale Data Centers and Mission Critical Central Plants in the US.

GGS Glenmount Global Solutions is one of the largest independent engineering and technology services firms of our kind in the US, and has executed nearly $750M in Control and Automation projects across a broad range of industries and applications. We deliver leading efficiency, quality, reliability and safety solutions for industrial applications.

Contact:
Troy Miller

EVP, Marketing, Energy
Glenmount Global Solutions
troy.miller@glenmountglobal.com
www.glenmountglobal.com

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