Looking for local waste disposal companies, electrical suppliers, mechanical and general building suppliers
A leading Irish based global Engineering Company, that is involved in a data center project in Israel right now, is seeking assistance in locating the following potential partners in Israel:
- Waste Disposal companies (skip hire/recycling)
- General building Merchants
- Electrical suppliers
- Mechanical nd general building suppliers
- Water Supply (temporary drinking water for site personnel)
The Project is located in Petah Tikva, Israel’s premier data center hub; the 10.5MW facility will be a secure underground site, built to suit hyperscale specifications. The subterranean data center will compromise of 4,800sqm of IT Space across two floors, with each floor offering 8MW of 2.5mw of IT power respectively.
Due to be operational in Spring 2024, the Data Center IS1 Building will be constructed in one segment with a full build out capacity of 10.5MW. It will consist of four floor levels, with roof top equipment installed on Platform. The first building will initially be fitted out for 4MW IT load and the remainder will be a shell building for future expansion (this section is looking likely to be let fairly soon).
The building will have a small administration component (offices and maintenance) for support persons. Average staff on site per day will be around 24 persons. There is one entry point planned for the site, with car parking near the building entrance and towards the north side of the building, with site security taking upmost importance. The electrical power diesel generators will eb used only to supply power in the event of a power outage.
For IS1, we have appointed a local contractor to acts as GC, however now the remainder of the services need to be costed out and ancillary items procured and agreed. We also need to set up contractors for future works.
The company is also looking for Electrical Contractors and Mechanical contractors.
In terms of spend, there is approximately 200m euros of live spend (works awarded) and another 140 in discussion.
25 million in capital equipment has already been agreed to local manufacturers, a further 10m in Mechanical and Electrical will most likely be purchased over the duration of the project (ISL1) directly by Mercury (this will be light fittings, cable, valves etc). The remainder will be supplied by the appointed Mechanical and Electrical subcontractors.
Works will be commencing in a few weeks.