Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Don Goodwin to our Critical Facilities team. As Vice President of Business Development, Don will continue to expand our mission critical presence across North America by establishing and building relationships with clients and strategic partners.
Harper Harrison's Data Center News features an interview with Morrison Hershfield's Vice President of Mission Critical Facilities Engineering, Shaunak Pandit.
Digital Realty’s TOR1 Data Center in Toronto, Ontario was one of three data centers from around the world shortlisted for the Multi-Tenant Data Center Award at the DCD Global Awards program. The annual award ceremony recognizes efforts and innovations of people and projects in the data center industry.
Jason Green, CTO of Element Critical explained how “edge” data centers are shifting the paradigms of the traditional data center landscape to a large audience in the Atlanta industry.
Laura Rogers was announced as the winner of the Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award by Data Center Dynamics (DCD) on Thursday, December 6th. The gala ceremony took place at the Lancaster Hotel in London, UK, hosted by comedian Deborah Frances-White.
Morrison Hershfield congratulates Laura Rogers, for being shortlisted for the 2018 Data Center Dynamics’ (DCD) Global Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year Award.
Morrison Hershfield is thrilled to announce that the Mission Critical Facilities TOR1 Design Team is one of four shortlisted for the 2018 Data Center Dynamics (DCD) Global - Design Team of the Year Award.
Morrison Hershfield and members of the Digital Realty TOR1 data center team (Digital Realty, EllisDon, Vertiv Co., and WZMH Architects) hosted a panel discussion on September 25th, 2018. The group of industry experts provided background information and fielded questions on the evolution of the mega-scale data center and tales from the TOR1 project.
Morrison Hershfield Mission Critical is co-hosting a panel on 'The Changing Language of Data Centers' Thursday morning, April 21st at the American Cancer Society Center in Atlanta, GA.
Sorting through the applicable codes and standards to identify, design, and build your data center tailored to your company needs can be a daunting process.
Data Center Knowledge’s editor in chief Yevgeniy Sverdlik recently attended a presentation by Steven Shapiro, Morrison Hershfield’s mission critical practice lead, at Data Center World in National Harbor, Maryland. Shapiro has over 29 years of experience designing and commissioning of mission critical facilities and has authored numerous technical articles.
This presentation by Mission Critical Practice Lead Steven Shapiro, P.E. explains the intricacies of a high availability data center, the Uptime Tier Structure, what is not required for Uptime Tier Certification, what myths are perpetuated throughout the industry concerning Uptime Certification, and how to go about getting certified.