University of Hawaii Information Technology Center Project description
University of Hawaii
general Construction, leed
This six-story, 74,000-square-foot building provides a centralized facility for the UH system-wide Information Technology Services (ITS) division. A data center features an 8,000-square-foot machine room for enterprise servers, storage and communications, an emergency situation room to support UH disaster response, a Help Desk, media development capacity, meeting and training rooms with teleconferencing capability, and modern workspace. This LEED Gold-certified project includes a concrete structure, clad with an aluminum-and-glass wall on its exposed facades, and an exterior sun-shading system and catwalk to help control direct sunlight and solar heat gain. Outdoor lanais and landscaped roofs at the intermediate ﬂoors and a steel-and-glass canopy shelter the building entrance and pedestrian arcade.
- University of Hawaii Information Technology
- interior mainframe storage
" dck worldwide's use of 3D modeling early in the construction process helped resolve conflicts in building systems, avoiding potential delays in the early stages of construction. "
Bruce Teramoto, Architect and Project Manager
University of Hawaii, Office of Capital Improvements
University of Hawaii Information Technology Center interior computer room