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Mercury and ASK Romein host students on Netherlands Data Centre project

Mercury and ASK Romein recently invited a group of Dutch University Students from Delft University of Technology and Eindhoven University of Technology to visit a large hyperscale data centre project based in the Netherlands.

The students were broken into groups and brought on a tour through the two buildings. ASK Romein’s management, along with Mercury’s EHS team gave a very proactive walk across the site, showing the progress of the project. This gave the Building and Structural Engineering students a great insight to how a Hyperscale Data Centre is built.

A big thanks to ASK Romein from everyone at Mercury for kickstarting this initiative on the project.


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