raised flooring

raised flooring

[′rāzd ′flȯr·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A flooring system having removable panels supported on adjustable pedestals or stringers to allow convenient access to the space below. Also known as access flooring; elevated flooring; pedestal flooring.
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The subject of this tender is supply, delivery and installation of argonite extinguishing and detection system for the archives and server rooms at A3 Towers, Marsa as follows: Archive room Volume of room is 203 cbm without false ceiling and without raised flooring. Cylinders to be installed with one of the masonry walls.
Available space at 75 Lincoln Highway includes: 7,800 s/f in the lower lobby previously occupied by a Chase Manhattan Data Center and is equipped with raised flooring and back-up generator; 6,258 s/f on the first floor (currently there is a lease out for execution); 4,566 s/f on the second floor; and 9,604 s/f on the third floor.
From 2005 to 2006, Tucker managed 27 IT projects in Afghanistan for PM DWTS, including cleaning up cabling and providing raised flooring for a Joint Operations Center in Kabul; providing an intercom system at the Bagram Tertiary Internment Center; and conducting site surveys to provide NIPRnet, SIPRnet, and CEN-TRIXS (a coalition secret data network) capabilities at a variety of locations.
The premises benefit from air conditioning, suspended ceilings, recessed lighting and raised flooring.
Field Service Advice (FSA) 200033002 was issued in response to the question of whether certain raised flooring installed during the construction of an office building to facilitate the installation of computer systems was personal property under Sec.
34.0247 - assignment union drywall, raised flooring, carpentry and flooring work.
Among the many attractive, one-of-a-kind amenities that are incorporated into the Merrill Lynch space are 450,000 s/f of raised flooring and 25,000 s/f of column-free space on each of three floors.
RMF Installations, of Leamington, is to install new raised flooring at the Cabinet Office, the nerve centre of British political power, in London.
Approximately 70% of the building contains 24-inch raised flooring. Packaged Liebert air-conditioning units liberally positioned throughout the facility provide extraordinary cooling capacity; all have attached water detection devices.
MBI's work included the construction of an IT room with supplemental air conditioning, trader stations on raised flooring which allow for extensive power, security, data and voice cabling and exposed ceiling slabs which required considerable repair.
What are the critical requirements of a subtenant's IT system: room size, electrical requirements, power back-up capability, air conditioning needs, raised flooring, cabling type and quantity, fire suppression requirements, and so forth.