If you are like me, you’ve been counting down the days until football season kicks off. Right now, the optimism for the season’s success is at an all-time high. As the season continues, you will begin to gather information on the coaches, free agents and draft picks. This information will enable you to evaluate the probability of a successful season. … Read More
Getting a SENSE for What to Do Next
If you can’t tell, I’m proud of the software my team has developed for our customers. Over the previous months, we’ve talked about buildingHEALTH, which allows key dashboards to be shared across your faculty, buildingCONNECT, our remote access software package, and buildingCONTROL the interface portion of McKenney’s control solution, but today I want to talk data. Analytics. Raw numbers. Today … Read More
Engineering For Easy Service
At McKenney’s the systems we install are becoming more complicated by the day; it is not uncommon for service and accessibility to fall by the wayside during system layout. We are often asked to squeeze our ductwork and piping into a very crowded ceiling. Once other trades install their devices, it can become a challenge to come back to our … Read More
3 Ways to Prioritize Our Most Valuable Resource
The Mission Critical construction world has long-embraced prefabrication and offsite component manufacturing. Prefabrication, in particular, was identified early in the industry as a catalyst to reduce project schedules and get whitespace online as quickly as possible. With the demand for Mission Critical projects growing faster than the workforce that builds them, it is becoming more important than ever to find … Read More
Data Centers: Where to Begin?
Data has become KING as we have used it to connect safely with our teams and families, and in the same way, the Atlanta data center market has become strengthened! We have been seeing major data center players showing up on the scene, and McKenney’s is in a great position to capitalize on this current market surge and future opportunities. … Read More
HVAC Systems in Data Centers
Cooling is a constant concern of data centers and server rooms. It is required to keep critical equipment within a safe temperature range 24 hours a day. The large demand for cooling means that incremental efficiency improvements add up quickly.
Working Cool Under Pressure
Project Name Commercial Office and Data Center Project Location Atlanta, Georgia Project Team Owner: Real Estate Investment Firm General Contractor: McKenney’s, Inc. Specializations Energy Management Pipe Shop Prefab Markets Mission Critical Commercial Office
Seamless Data Center Operations
Project Name Large Data Center Project Location Norcross, Georgia Project Team Owner: Communications Services Provider General Contractor: Westin Construction Engineer: Black & Veatch
No Interruptions, No Downtime
Project Name Data Center Cooling Unit Change-Out Project Location Atlanta, Georgia Project Team Owner: Global Beverage Provider Contractor: McKenney’s, Inc. Specializations Energy Management Pipe Shop Prefab Sheet Metal Prefab
5 Steps to a Successful Data Center Consolidation
“Cloud computing is enabling enterprises to migrate software, operating platforms, storage and even entire IT infrastructure processes to off-site services providers with their own facilities.” – Martin Heller, Schneider Electric.