Glenmount Global Solutions continues its strong, stable growth in the Data Center Industry. GGS has been awarded two separate multi-million dollar projects for global leaders of Technology and Colocation services.
We are proud to announce that the team Glenmount Global Solutions, Arcelor Mittal Global R&D, and SR-Instruments, have been named as a finalist for the American Metal Market’s Award for Steel Excellence in the Technology Provider of the Year category.
Glenmount Global Solutions has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the Military Sealift Command (MSC) of the US Department of Defense.
GGS has been awarded a series of multi-million dollar projects to provide the consulting engineering, design, and turnkey implementation of GGS’s proven BMS solutions for three new colocation Data Centers. The projects are being constructed in the southwestern US, Great Lakes, and Mid Atlantic regions.
The Stalwart-class Auxiliary General Ocean Surveillance (T-AGOS) ships are a class of United States Naval Ship (USNS) support ocean surveillance vessels commissioned prior to 1990. The purpose of these vessels is to collect underwater acoustical information using the Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System (SURTASS), a passive sonar technology.
GGS was selected by “A distinguished panel comprised of CEOs, CIOs, CMOs, VCs, analysts and CIO Review editorial board” that “has selected the top players from over three hundred companies”…
An interview with GGS’s CEO, Ralph Carter, was featured in the publication. In the discussion, Carter discusses the efficiency and reliability challenges faced by Data Center builders and operators, and how GGS is helping to meet those challenges head on.
GGS was awarded a $5+ million dollar project in 2014 to provide design, construction, and technical supervision services to provide modernize Control and Automation and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems for four of the island’s wastewater treatment facilities. Each facility, currently operating separately, will be integrated into a single system and central control room.