WA Regional Prison
Metrowest were contracted to carry out the supply, install and commissioning of two 1MVA diesel rotary UPS units, including a 10,000 litre redundant bulk fuel delivery system, fully automated mechanical cooling system and the supply, installation and commissioning of an integrated SCADA controlled switchboard.
Sydney Data Centre
Due to the continuous expansion of an existing data centre, our Client required additional back-up systems to be installed in multiple phases, which comprised of the following works:
• Supply, installation and commissioning of six, 2.3MVA DRUPS units in a distributed redundant configuration
• Supply, installation and commissioning of eighteen high amperage automated switchboards
• 220,000 litre redundant, fully automated bulk fuel delivery system
• Fully automated mechanical cooling system and sound attenuation
Installation of Solar on remote NBN sites
Metrowest, in conjunction with a Sydney company, undertook the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of four, 100kW solar array systems and associated equipment in remote sites within Western Australia to provide renewable energy for unmanned satellite stations.
Northern Territory Secure Facility
Metrowest was commissioned to implement the procurement, installation and commissioning of a back-up power system for a new 1,000 bed prison located in Darwin. The new build secure facility had a requirement for high quality UPS with an N+1 redundancy. Our scope of works included a full electrical and mechanical installation package comprising of four 1.6MVA DRUPS units, in parallel configuration, complete with 22kV input and output HV switchboard, mechanical cooling, attenuation and fuel system.
Critical Backup Power System for a Stock Exchange
The project was to supply, install and commission three, 2.3MVA DRUPS units, which formed part of the critical backup power system, including the attenuation, mechanical ventilation and fuel system. Additionally, Metrowest also supplied and installed the LV switchboards, consisting of input, output and bypass circuit breakers for the DRUPS units.
Data Centre, Melbourne
The project was to supply, install and commission two containerised 2.3MVA DRUPS units in a distributed redundant configuration. Metrowest was responsible for the procurement, installation, commissioning and handover of a fully automated mechanical cooling system and sound attenuation.