The global digital revolution is bringing prosperity to more and more countries and regions. Where digital infrastructures are created, new economic opportunities arise. Data centres facilitate this 21st-century transformation benefiting millions of people in their daily lives.
Royal HaskoningDHV has been involved in the emergence and development of data centres and other mission critical facilities from the pioneer phase.
Society increasingly demands reliable systems. Continuity is crucial for the functioning of our society. Mission critical facilities require highly resilient infrastructure to ensure service. For data centres we enable business, operations and systems to operate efficiently, effectively and continuously. We deliver resilient and energy-efficient mission critical facilities.
Continuity is just as important when extending the lifespan of mission critical facilities. Our multi-disciplinary teams provide support to ensure there is no downtime in healthcare systems, data centres and other critical industries where maximum availability and control is needed. Our world-class proven expertise delivers the best solution during expansion, replacement or modification of infrastructure, wherever the facility is located.
Throughout the digital revolution, our aim has been to convert your investments in mission critical facilities - anywhere in the world - into a reliable and profitable end result.
Markets change, forecasts change, projections change, integrated plans change. With a parametric way of working, your plans can respond to change quickly, simply and at low cost. Read more
Computer models and algorithms draw on data unique to your project. By modifying inputs, you can instantly see the impact of changes, giving insight to make smarter decisions. Read more
Adapt your design quickly and easily for similar projects of different scale or location. The parametric way of working standardises your processes so new data meeting the new requirements is simply introduced into the model. Read more
Enjoy flexibility to make adjustments as plans or circumstances change
Markets change, forecasts change, projections change, integrated plans change. With a parametric way of working, your plans can respond to change quickly, simply and at low cost.
1. Get set for a different approach that builds in flexibility from the start:
The parametric way of working anticipates flexibility by building on the key parameters of your project rather than a fixed concept of the end result. It means you can refine your ideas as the design develops.
2. Use a parametric approach to clarify objectives
We’ll ask you ‘why?’ rather than ‘what?’ to explore questions behind your question. This determines the key parameters that enable you to make smart, informed decisions to deliver a better building.
3. Identify the optimal balance between budget and function
By seeing the impact of your choices in a fluid and flexible model, you can identify the optimal arrangement to meet your objectives within your budget.
4. The dynamic process reflects the reality of decision making
It doesn’t matter if operational details change or that multiple design iterations are needed. We can explore variations, calculate results and still meet budgets and deadlines.
5. It’s quicker and leads to a better outcome
The ability to refine your plans in response to real-time information delivers a better building, optimally tailored to your needs.
In the face of complex challenges, make better decisions
Computer models and algorithms draw on data unique to your project. By modifying inputs, you can instantly see the impact of changes, giving insight to make smarter decisions.
1. Expect a total design solution optimised across all your criteria
Operating at the interface between architecture and structural design, the parametric approach integrates and optimises all disciplines and requirements within a single, flexible solution. These include user experience, safety, sustainability, cost and all the other criteria that are key for your project.
2. It’s the perfect approach to manage multiple stakeholders
Stakeholder demands can be incorporated into a dynamic model. Its transparency enables you to choose how to balance conflicting requirements and its flexibility offers wide-ranging alternatives.
3. No other method can deal so successfully with geometrically complex structures:
The parametric approach in combination with computational design enables optimal solutions to emerge across a multiplicity of unique elements in a way which is simply not possible with traditional techniques.
Benefit from scalability
Adapt your design quickly and easily for similar projects of different scale or location. The parametric way of working standardises your processes so new data meeting the new requirements is simply introduced into the model.
1. Create a single renewable concept for multiple project applications
The parametric approach can be used to integrate multiple requirements into a single design concept that you can apply to new locations.
2. It’s a customised solution, tailored for each new application
It is flexible and can be tailored to the individual requirements of the new assignment, providing much more functionality than off-the-shelf modular solutions.
3. This is a unique concept which gives you flexibility, speed and a competitive edge
A scalable design turns your projects into products, offering customisation as well as speed, cost efficiency and much more.