Data Center Decomissioning

Legacy Trail Data Center

Lexington, Kentucky

Iron Flag Power Systems (IFPS) provided a complete turn-key decommissioning and removal of the Data Center equipment located at 745 New Circle Rd, Lexington KY. Purchased, de-installed and removed the equipment specified below.

The Details

Assets Included:

  • (13) Liebert CRAC unitsChilled Water
  • Liebert PDU’s / Static Transfer Switches
  • 25,100 sq ft. Raised Access Flooring, including understructure

All electrical data center distribution associated with the PDU’s, CRAC units, and other data center equipment being removed. Distribution switchgear, sub-panels, panel boards, motor control cabinets, Automatic Transfer Switches, MBP, transformers and / or any other electrical switchgear and equipment directly associated with data center equipment being removed.

All electrical feeds: AC wire associated with all electrical distribution (switchgear), AC’s, PDU’s, Transformers and data center equipment being removed.

De-installed and removed:

  • CRACs and chillers – evacuate refrigerants and fluids
  • PDU’s and STS’s
  • Raised flooring and understructure

Energy, Materials, & Logistics

  • IBM was responsible for electrical shut-down, de-energizing and “safe-off” switchgear. Associated wire was left in place as part of IFPS scope to recover.
  • Ensured the proper disposition of materials to include documented compliance with all state, federal, and local environmental laws and regulations.
  • Ensured the safe removal, transport, and handling of materials to licensed recycling operations.
  • Work areas were broom swept
  • The client was responsible for the shut-down and retrofit of the fire panel and zones associated with the data center prior to arrival.

IFPS provided insurance, and was responsible for collecting the insurance of all subcontractors. Glycol piping and electrical conduit were removed – except for runs that were inaccessible (above drop ceiling, in between walls and floor, and/or obstructed by sprinkler lines or ducting

IFPS removed, packaged, transported and disposed of hazardous material according to local state and federal requirements. IFPS provided trash disposal, equipment for removal, and trucks for freight. Electrical feeders, and copper piping associated with the data center were removed and recycled. Equipment was purchased in “as is” condition with no warranty expressed or implied.

Client ensured all equipment/material was free from any liens and/or encumbrances. IFPS was not responsible for any electrical or mechanical retrofit or reinstallation of any equipment to the current facility. Work was performed during normal business hours.

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