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County government information technology (IT) teams have successfully worked through many challenges during these unfamiliar times to make sure the public is protected, informed, and connected. Evaluating data center costs, efficiency, resiliency, and reliability are imperative. New and upgraded technologies are driving redundancy and high-density requirements along with demands from cities, schools, transportation, public safety, and more.

Public sector data centers continue to change in size, location, and capabilities, and KNA can help prepare your data center for the future. We plan, design, and build data centers to deliver technology services with speed, resiliency, and scale, offering a full suite of data center services for upgrades, modernization, and migrations. Our county government data center services include:

Assessment & Planning

Design & Engineering


Colocation Evaluation & Selection

Technology of Systems Migration

We work together with partners to bring you an extensive breadth of data center services. Following are project spotlights from Georgia and Florida. 

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Jacksonville Police


  • Provided Engineered Drawings and Permits

  • Installed electrical infrastructure to power new UPS 

  • Installed 100kW UPS with distribution

  • Installed distribution whips from new PDU to racks 

  • Demoed existing whips under the floor that were no longer needed 


Clark County Schools


  • Install 40A, 208V, single-phase, four-wire feeder from Panel LM in Electrical Room 39 to ACRD100 in Telco Room 46

  • Install 15A, 208V, single-phase, four-wire feeder from Panel LM in Electrical Room 39 to the condenser on the rooftop

  • Provide 3" core in the roof, furnish and install roof penetration for mechanical/electrical piping, and seal roof

  • Furnish drawings and permits 


Florida Department of Agriculture


  • Removal of two 40kVA UPS with distribution 

  • Installation of two 100kVA from UPS

  • Relocate existing CRAC feeder from 400A Panel to 600A Panel (for added cooling redundancy)

  • Install temporary power 

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