Our Infrastructure Project Management services have been a key component in the timely delivery of many complex and time constrained infrastructure and data center projects. With proven expertise in the following areas we are strongly positioned to deliver your infrastructure projects on time, on budget and to specification:

  • Project management methodologies
  • Infrastructure and Data Center design and implementation
  • Vendor coordination and management
  • M&E requirements definition
  • Deliverable management
  • Project documentation
  • Site office management
  • Budgeting and cost control
  • In-house skills in Networking, Unix, Desktop, Market Data and Telecoms

EIRE Systems is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and BICSI.

Case Study

Leading Global Technology Innovator


Client:  Major US Software Company

Project:  Fit out of 17 floors and new laboratory environment for new Japan head office building (2,400 users)

Solution:  Following a design brief and project methodology issued by US Head Office, completed the detailed design and installation management for a 17 floor structured cabling system (SCS) in a new head office designed to accommodate 2,700 users relocating from 5 existing buildings.

The Structured Cabling System included all horizontal and vertical cable reticulation, as well as cabling for wireless network APs, security systems equipment, PBX interconnection, lab and meeting and demonstration rooms. Design brief required a SCS design that could reduce the number of Cabling Rooms (IDF) to a minimum across all floors, with a Main Equipment Room (MDF) connecting to the building IDF rooms.

In addition, EIRE Systems managed the consolidation of multiple laboratory environments from multiple buildings into one new large consolidated environment.

  • Reviewed IT lab equipment inventory
  • Surveyed labs to ensure inventory information is up to date and complete
  • Visited labs to identify racks, workspaces and storage space in use
  • Defined new lab floor space and security requirements
  • Estimated power and heat loads for MEP power and cooling in new labs
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