EIRE Systems Data Center Services covers the full spectrum of data center services from site selection, to design, buildout and commissioning including:

Due Diligence

  • Critical IT Systems Requirements Definition – following clients’ global minimum requirements
  • Assessment of existing/future IT Infrastructure
  • Risk Assessment – using defined Risk Criteria our Risk Assessment identifies and ranks risks under a number of categories culminating is a measured level of risk associated with a proposed data center location. Topics covered under this Risk Assessment include:
    • Natural Risk
    • Man-made Risk
    • Facility/Utility Risk
    • Physical Security Risk
  • Oversight of Environmental Assessment/Study (using EIRE environmental specialist partners)
  • Financial Due Diligence – detailed financial analysis of shortlisted data center site.

IT Design Services

  • Technology specification, recommendations and product review.
  • Production of an IT Infrastructure project plan including installation schedules.
  • Design of major data center components including MDF and IDF rooms, patch frame, cable pathways (high and low level) equipment rack layouts, and provisions for telecommunications and carriers.
  • Coordination of all IT discipline requirements for procurement and installation of core IT infrastructure.
  • Detailed CAD renderings for data center layout, cabling reticulation on all floors and in all IT rooms including rack elevations.
  • Production of RFP documentation.
  • Vendor negotiation and bid analysis with recommendations.
  • Liaison with internal/overseas engineering team for approval of final design


  • Coordination of all equipment installations with power, construction and other contractors.
  • Production, monitoring and reporting of installation program.
  • Day-to-day monitoring of work in progress.
  • Cost tracking and change management.
  • Attendance of all IT and site construction meetings.

Relocation and Commissioning

  • Coordination of relocation and commissioning of equipment from legacy/existing data centers into new data centers.