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ATLANTA, GA

4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

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phone: 404.297.6535

fax: 404.298.9176

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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phone: 205.655.5099

fax: 205.655.5085

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC

659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

fax: 910.401.1383

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JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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phone: 601.957.7782

fax: 601.957.9147

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LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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phone: 859.254.8878

fax: 859.231.9224

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LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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phone: 502.263.7871

fax: 502.267.4720

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N KY/CINCINNATI

3000 Earhart Court

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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phone: 859.371.3803

fax: 859.372.4901

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RALEIGH, NC

659 N Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

fax: 919.401.1383

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Phone: 662.289.3646

Fax: 662.289.3713

Toll Free: 800.688.4839


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Data Processing

CHS Data Center

CHS Data CenterCHS Data Center
Birmingham, Alabama
Owner:  Community Health Systems
General Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie
Contract Amount: $2,500,000

Ivey Mechanical Company was proud to partner with Community Health Systems, Power Management and Brasfield & Gorrie to expand the Birmingham Data Center for this growing company.  The facility is used to store patient information and medical records for the hospitals owned in Alabama.  It is also used as a back up to the main Data Center located in Nashville, Tennessee, which serves over 140 hospitals nationwide. The building is constructed using precast concrete panels and concrete roof allowing the facility to withstand up to 200 mph winds.  The current building was built to allow for expansion of data center equipment and HVAC equipment as needed.  The site will also allow for future building expansion.  Ivey’s involvement with this project included expanding the HVAC redundant systems that cool the data and office areas.  These areas are manned 24/7.

Eaton Project Bluegrass

EatonEaton Project Bluegrass
Red and Blue Data Centers

Louisville, KY and Simpsonville, KY
Owner: Eaton Project Bluegrass
General Contractor:
Holder Construction Co.
Contract Amount:
$10,600,000

Mississippi ABC Award of Merit

The Eaton Data Center project involved the construction of two Tier III data centers in Kentucky. The sites were appropriately named ‘Blue’ for the Simpsonville site, which was close to Lexington and the University of Kentucky; and ‘Red’ for the Louisville site, home of the University of Louisville. Each of the two 102,500 square foot buildings include 14,000 square feet of data floor space and 1 MW of critical power day one with accommodations for an additional 14,000 square feet of raised floor and an additional 2.6 MW of critical power. The mechanical and electrical systems were designed to provide non-compromised level of reliability and redundancy.
The sites were constructed as identical buildings. The Red site’s schedule lagged behind the Blue by three months, which allowed the Red site to capitalize on the lessons learned from the Blue site in an effort to be more efficient in construction and save money on construction costs.

E*Trade Technical Operations Center

E*Trade Technical Operations Center

Alpharetta, Georgia

Owner: E*Trade Group
General Contractor: Holder Construction Co.
Contract Amount: $11,693,470

The E*Trade project, two data centers under one structure, required redundant equipment and mechanical systems. A 1,100,000 gallon chilled water storage tank was installed to provide eight hours of cooling at peak demand in case both plants were inoperative. (2N + 1) Beginning construction with an anticipated end date and only schematic drawings available, created a challenge for Ivey Mechanical Company. From project inception, the ongoing design relied on Ivey expertise to provide “on the spot” design solutions. Two full time CAD operators were onsite to assist with mechanical design and coordination and produce as-built drawings. Mechanical systems installed were 2400 tons of AC; 114,000 pounds of sheet metal; 21,500 feet of HVAC piping; and 13,230 feet of plumbing pipe.

State Farm Insurance Service Centers

State Farm Insurance Service Centers

Alpharetta, Georgia and Irving, Texas

Owner: State Farm Insurance
General Contractor: Holder Construction Co.
Contract Amounts:
Alpharetta – $13 Million
Irving – $14 Million

Award of Excellence in Construction
National ABC

Ivey Mechanical Company constructed two new facilities to consolidate the support functions of the central and eastern regions for State Farm. Both facilities were based on the same design with minor changes to adapt to each location. The design included totally redundant mechanical systems to prevent shutdown due to inclement weather or power failure. Each facility is a single, one-story building covering over 250,000 square feet and includes a 1.1 million gallon water storage tank to supply water to the mechanical systems in case of emergency. Actual construction time for each facility was under seven months. Both State Farm projects were unique challenges.

Wachovia Silas Center

Wachovia Silas Center

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Owner: Wachovia Bank, NA
General Contractor: Holder Construction Co.
Contract Amount: $11,265,609

Project of the Year Award
Contractor Magazine

Wachovia Silas Center, a $65 million technology center, was built to support the growing needs of Wachovia’s ever-expanding customer base. Known as the industry benchmark for data centers, Wachovia features full electrical and mechanical system redundancy allowing 24-hour operation. The new two-story data center totals 170,000-square feet, with 105,000-square feet computer room raised access floor, 5,000-square feet office area, and 60,000-square feet mechanical and electrical infrastructure and support space. The fast-track project completed under budget and with no lost-time accidents.