Four Partners Place

The University of Oklahoma chose to consolidate six data center operations into a new state-of-the-art Tier II/III Consolidated Data and Network Operations Center. Alvine Engineering was retained to perform the planning and design for the new data center. Our team engaged the top University leadership and data center stakeholders in an interactive planning process that identified current needs as well as those 10 to 20 years into the future. The University was concerned about “right-sizing” the data center as well as investing in the appropriate level of redundancies for operations.


Educational Services Building Addition, Administrative Office and Data Center

Built into a hillside, the Educational Services features a stunning 3-story waterfall as the centerpiece of an open atrium. The Alvine team provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services for this unique stepped structure. The facility houses administrative office space, a conference center, an auditorium, and a new campus data center.


Scott Technology Center High-Density Data Center

The Scott Data Center is one of the most powerful and energy-efficient operations of its type in the Midwest.

The project included a renovation of 50,000 square feet of the operation’s existing 80,000-square-foot data center and a new 30,000-square-foot central power plant. The plant boosts energy efficiency and increases power density so the data center can power more racks of servers and computer equipment, while keeping them cool and running smoothly. The building was designed to allow interactive educational opportunities for students and visitors.