Data Center Construction Cleaning

Let’s face it, construction sites are dirty by nature.  You begin with a cleared lot of land and go from there.  Often, things happen that shouldn’t.  We’ve seen it, so have you:  Dirt gets into the data center during construction no matter how tight site policies and procedures are.  Our job is to get rid of the dirt for you.  It makes sense to implement a construction cleaning program during and after construction.  Most trades know to clean up after themselves, it is the debris from drilling, coring, cutting, sawing or just pulling cable that gets the site dirty.  With a plan in place, we can mitigate dirt and debris during the construction program.  Depending upon the size and scope of the data center construction project, we can work with your project management team to ensure that the data center is cleaned properly and frequently during construction.  This will insure that insure that during commissioning problems don’t arise with dirt and debris in your hardware.  Here is some free advice:  If you only clean once during construction and do nothing else, be sure to perform the detailed cleaning of your data center BEFORE you turn on the cooling system.

Please call 855-229-7771 or fill out the form to get a quote for our services.

 

Service area footprint continues to grow and add new projects, please give us a call even if you don’t see your area listed 855-229-7771: Georgia: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Duluth, Sandy Springs, Macon, Columbus, Savannah & Augusta. Florida: Pensacola, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Space Coast, Orlando, Tampa, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. Tennessee: Chattanooga, Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis. Alabama: Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery. North Carolina: Kings Mountain, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Asheville. South Carolina: Greenville, Charleston, Spartanburg and Anderson. Texas: Houston, Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth and San Antonio. California : San Jose & Silicon Valley Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and more.

TekClean: a clean data center is a healthy data center.

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