University of Hawaii Information Technology Center
  • University of Hawaii
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • general Construction, leed

University of Hawaii Information Technology Center

Project description
  • Client University of Hawaii
  • Services Provided general Construction, leed
  • Location Honolulu, Hawaii
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
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

University of Hawaii Information Technology Center interior computer room