SEC Data Centre Infrastructure 

MEP Engineering

At SEC, we understand the critical role that MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) engineers play in data centre operations. Our team of experienced MEP experts have extensive knowledge and experience in working with data centres, ensuring safe, reliable and efficient operations.

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MEP Global Coverage

Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Engineers

We provide full-service MEP planning services for new Data Centres or upgrades to existing ones. We work with clients to develop detailed plans that take into account factors such as space, power, cooling and other requirements. Our engineers then conduct detailed analyses to ensure optimal efficiency and safety in the Data Centre environment.

Our MEP services provide clients with peace of mind knowing that their data centre is safe, reliable and running optimally.

Bespoke Solutions

Tailored Solutions for Your Needs

We understand that each Data Centre has its own unique requirements and we are committed to providing tailored solutions to meet each of your needs. Our team is able to work with you to create a tailor-made solution that is suited to your specific requirements, so you can be sure that you will be getting the best possible service.

Data Centre infrastructure

The role of an EMP in a Data Centre

The three technical fields of MEP, or mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering, include the planning, construction and maintenance of the systems that make building interiors suitable for occupant usage.

Buildings are transformed by MEP systems from bare spaces into comfortable functional, hospitable settings. These are critical to the safe construction and development of sustainable data centres.

Plans

Extensive floor plans, elevations, section drawings and diagrams

installation

The installation systems’ technical parameters

Materials

List of the necessary products and materials

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procedures

Overview of the procedures used to implement systems, products, and materials