Sudlows’ mechanical team have been busy installing a series of upgrades to the airport’s data centre infrastructure, including a new cooling system that will deliver carbon savings of over 31,000kg of CO2, every year, compared to the previous legacy equipment.
Stuart Gaffney, project manager for Manchester Airport, said, ‘Manchester is one of the leading UK airports and this new mechanical upgrade to two of our existing data centres will deliver a highly resilient and energy efficient cooling infrastructure to our facilities. Furthermore, Sudlows’ expertise and knowledge will be a huge benefit to our ongoing work and expansion.’
Gary Frith, mechanical services director at Sudlows, added, ‘Manchester Airport has chosen the ideal time to commission this upgrade to its cooling systems. This project is a great example of the direct benefits that any company can witness when considering replacing its legacy cooling systems with a more environmental and energy efficient system.’