JIM BORG / JBORG@STARADVERTISER.COM
2012 July 29 - CTY - Honolulu-based dck pacific construction, LLC, a dck worldwide company, has been awarded a $41.7 million contract to build an Information Technology Center at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Construction has begun on the six-story, 74,000-square-foot building.The building will provide a centralized facility for the university's system-wide Information Technology Services (ITS) division. It will include a data center featuring an 8,000-square-foot machine room for enterprise servers, storage and communications, an emergency situation room to support UH disaster response, a Help Desk, media development capacity, meeting and training rooms with teleconferencing capability, and a modern workspace for ITS staff.
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