“I have worked in the building services sector at a previous consultancy. The work was okay and occasionally it had some aspects that would present a bit of a technical challenge. When working on data centres, you are regularly presented with challenging design aspects on every project. This means you must do the engineering and make sure you are able to justify the design decisions you've made when you are challenged by the client or the contractor. I know that I am a better engineer because of working in this sector and I find working through these technical challenges invigorating.
Things as simple as: working to a different set of regulations for a design in another country, compliance with SEVESO regulations due to the quantity of diesel stored on a client’s site and the variance in external ambient temperatures, compared with your home country, all have to be accounted for within your design where you would not normally have anticipated this.”
Then our global data centre competence team is the place to be.