Critical facility design is a detailed business that not only requires a wealth of technical knowledge, but also a significant depth of experience to provide carefully-orchestrated, highly-sophisticated and integrated systems that will mitigate risk to mission-critical data processing applications.
We at Miller Engineering Information Technologies Group frequently find ourselves called in to projects in process to troubleshoot designs, including new facilities not originally designed by us, primarily to diagnose and correct outage-causing deficiencies. This uncommon experience of evaluating other designs and problems from around the country gives us a unique insight into what designs work well and what designs do not work well.
Choosing a firm with depth of experience—one that pays attention to detail and possesses a track record of proven high-reliability designs—will help avoid the very costly pitfall of designing the system twice.
Over many years, we have proven our capabilities by designing data centers and other critical facilities with optimum effectiveness and achieving some of the highest uptime records in the country. The history of Miller Engineering is filled with very successful designs of high-reliability systems that meet our clients’ diverse needs.
High-reliability systems design is based on the assumption that all components fail with time. Accordingly, we provide several levels of redundancy so that in the event of a single failure, there are appropriate systems in place to continue supporting critical loads.
Two of our design objectives are: to provide system designs that decrease manual intervention (reducing human error) and providing systems that are maintainable.
As a company, we are very aware of the cost of downtime to our client. Our staff has the capacity to break down large complex projects into critical detail checks, resulting in successful transitions to higher levels of reliability, without lost time or trauma.Miller Engineering provides a high level of quality of services, supported by many decades of field experience.