critical facility

critical facility

[′krid·ə·kəl fə′sil·əd·ē]
(nucleonics)
A facility where critical experiments are conducted.
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7 September 2017 - Chicago, Illinois-based investment company Capri EGM has acquired a mission critical facility for aluminium rolling and recycling firm Novelis, the company said on Thursday.
Since joining the firm in 2002, Montalto has served as a project manager on numerous laboratory, critical facility (data center) and commercial office-use projects.
Initial products Southern States has developed for critical facility components and perimeter areas are Ballisti-Wall and Ballisti-Cover--panels or shields of multiple, woven fiberglass layers encapsulated with a proprietary resin.
GE s industry-leading high availability control solutions enable companies to meet or exceed their critical facility and operation uptime requirements.
The O&M function and purview and how it will be organized, staffed, and managed for a critical facility deserves as much foresight, consideration, and attention as any other aspect of the facility.
Clients, such as financial service providers, government entities, and cloud and colocation hosts, will find the scalable and modular nature of HP Flexible DC a compelling option," Kevin Miller, customer project manager, Critical Facility Services HP Middle East.
Designed for large data centers, complete buildings, healthcare and other critical facility protection, the UPS delivers efficiencies from more than 94 percent at 25 percent load to full load efficiency above 97 percent load, and maintains enough capacity to handle power-hungry applications.
In addition, TSS will provide 24 hour remote monitoring of all critical facility systems from its Network Operations Center, the company claims.
It is clear that continuous manpower reductions inevitably lead to a loss of critical facility functions (since there will not be enough qualified personnel left to run the facilities), some of which are unique to the DoD.
It's time to apply those same principles and processes to the critical facility activities that underlie reimbursement, resident care, and quality monitoring by surveyors and consumers-the activities that surround the MDS process.
If the PNP is considered a critical facility under the proposed definition, then this step would not be required.
T4's expertise and experience in critical facility and data center design, planning, implementation and testing will add to and extend EEC's current capabilities both in depth and geographically and will allow the company to offer new services to new clients and its extensive installed base.

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