RK Mission Critical successfully fabricated, delivered and installed five data storage modules to colocation customers in just over six weeks. Each of the RK Mission Critical data modules are 42′ x 12′ x 16′ and weigh 30,000 lbs. The modules are designed with mechanical and electrical redundancy, which supports zero downtime; a critical requirement of […]
RK Mission Critical: Data requirements change quickly. Now your facilities can too.
This public utility rebuilt their entire campus, including their existing data center. Instead of including a new data center within one of the planned campus buildings, they decided to have a modular data center built. They designed sufficient capacity in their new central plant to supply chilled water to the modular data center, but also wanted a […]
FORTRUST is a world-class data center services provider. Their Denver facility is likely the most reliable and secure colocation data center in the Rocky Mountain region, and has operated for over 14 years with no down time. FORTRUST decided to implement modular, indoor data center modules that can be easily added and transported in their […]
The Avaya Data Center, managed by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Frederick Ross, is the company’s smaller facility located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Features include generous parking, easy access, numerous nearby amenities and highly-visible mounted signage. RK Service is trusted with scheduled HVAC maintenance, a critical function for data centers.
Acquired by ViaSat in 2010, WildBlue Communications is one of the nation’s leading Internet service providers. RK Mechanical fabricated, delivered and installed all mechanical systems, including plumbing, piping, sheetmetal and HVAC for this tenant fit-out project. Features of the facility include a data center, network operating center (NOC) and call center, which require designated, 24-hour […]
The Time Warner Cable project involved the build-out of a new 7,000-square-foot data center in Centennial, Colorado. The project included a complete interior demolition of the existing 7,800-square-foot data center facility followed by structural upgrades, a new 7,000-square-foot concrete pad area for 11 dry coolers, 11 new computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units, new dual grid […]