Global Switch Hong Kong Data Centre
Global Switch, a data centre developer, is building an environmentally sustainable data centre in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong.
The new data centre is comprised of five buildings, which will provide a total of 45,000m2 of floor space to store servers and cooling systems, providing an output of 100MW.
The buildings will incorporate some of the industry’s latest design features, providing best-in-class technical solutions with a focus on resiliency.
Offering a range of cloud, colocation and managed services in a low-risk operational environment, Global Switch Hong Kong will have 100MVA utility power supply capacity to store enough data for major global clients.
Global Switch employed a main contractor to construct the data centre, with construction commencing in 2019.
TBH was engaged by Global Switch Hong Kong to undertake the following:
- Assessment of the Main Contractor’s contract programme;
- Review programme structure including logic and testing for concurrency;
- Undertake a SWOT analysis (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats) to highlight key opportunities to mitigate programme risks;
- Prepare client reports with their findings, potential programme risks and recommendations; and
- Explore and develop a ‘client’s programme’ based on the Contractor’s Master programme and on-site progress.
The TBH Difference
TBH helped provide clear visibility on the project timeline, identified risks and provided recommendations to mitigate issues.
TBH also developed a client’s programme to give the client clearer insight into the expected programme to deliver the project. This enabled the client to liaise with the Contractor with a clearer understanding of the risks and opportunities in the programme, so that all parties’ goals were aligned to deliver the project on time and within budget.
To find out more about TBH’s Project Management experience, please visit the Project Management page.
|Client||Global Switch Hong Kong|
|Services||Programme Review Programme Development|
|Value||HKD $5 billion|
|Duration||2019 - Ongoing|