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Greater Harris County Huntsville 911 Data Center

A state-of-the-art Tier IV data center will provide mission-critical services to the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network (GHC).

The 4,560-square-foot building is designed to serve as a Network Operating Center and back-up disaster recovery center for the county’s administrative headquarters, the Tom Bass Building. The project also includes a separate equipment storage building, surface parking, and separate radio communications tower.

As a Tier IV facility, the building has an A/B electrical gear/UPS, two generators with fuel storage, redundant AC systems and fiber feeds, plus potable water storage for up to two days of operation.

The data center is located on a new auxiliary campus that covers 40 acres of undeveloped land. PGAL's design and engineering teams planned all new utility services for the undeveloped site as well as road access with low water crossing to support the new development, including a future 400-foot-high radio tower. 

Features Include:

  1. Tier IV facility (N+1)
  2. Separate equipment storage building
  3. 40-acre site design and utilities
  4. 1/2-mile entrance road
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