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Mercury hits major delivery and safety milestones on Interxion Copenhagen Data Centre project
Author: Cormac Byrne  /  30th Sep, 2021  /  News, Projects

Mercury has recently achieved a number of milestones on the Interxion CPH3 project in Copenhagen, Denmark, achieving 300+ days and over 100,000 people hours without working accidents.

In addition to this incredible safety statistic, Mercury has also achieved key deliverables including proceeding with the installation of 2nd floor slab and completing a 6-meter-deep excavation for the installation of three 2x50metre water retention tanks.

Kenneth Schjøtt, EHS Manager said: “Well done to the team on the great work completed to achieve these excellent safety numbers and these construction programme milestones. We’re delighted to be delivering this project here in Denmark and continuing Mercury’s strong relationship with our client Interxion: A Digital Realty Company”.

Interxion CPH3
This milestone was reached while achieving 300+ days and over 100,000 people hours without working accidents.

Other key Mercury personnel delivering the project include Tony Duddy, Managing Director of Data Centres & Building Services; Alan Clinton, Operations Director; Colin Keane, Business Unit Manager; Ronan McGrath, Operations Manager; Darren O’Brien, Commercial Manager and John Young, Project Manager.

Mercury is the prime contractor on the project and is currently delivering all external Civil, Structural & Architectural (CSA) works in addition to the shell and core. This is Mercury’s first project in Denmark as a prime contractor, and we are excited to be delivering this for our existing client Interxion, helping them to build the foundation for the digital future.

The new Interxion CPH3 datacentre is being built adjacent to Interxion’s existing data centre campus in Ballerup, Copenhagen, Denmark. Interxion’s campus is one of the best-connected data centres in Denmark giving direct access to more than 60 carriers, 4 internet exchanges, and all leading cloud platforms.

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Mercury is Europe’s most experienced Data Centre service provider. We go beyond to meet the challenges of the ever-growing market. Over the last 20 years, our highly skilled international teams have successfully delivered data centres for some of the world’s largest data centre companies. Our cutting-edge construction methods mean we consistently deliver highly complex and specialised turnkey services. We design, build, plan, construct and commission data centres using the highest levels of safety, quality and delivery. We then manage the maintenance of facilities post-construction.

 

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