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GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Service Overview

 

EYP Mission Critical Facilities serves organizations and agencies whose missions require high-performance facilities featuring assured operational continuity and redundant support systems. 

 

EYP MCF is a small business enterprise (SBE) with a long history of working for the federal government, that spans over 40 years.  Before re-establishing ourselves as an independent small firm on February 1st, 2018, EYP MCF spent a decade as a subsidiary of a global Fortune 100 information technology company.   During that time, we expanded our practice into front-end strategy, planning, and programming, as well as operational consulting and small-scale, modular implementation.  Additionally, our expertise as leaders in complex MEP engineering led us to advise government agencies on critical facility energy policy to reduce costs, and lower energy consumption, water usage, and greenhouse gas emissions. 

 

 

Sample of Government Clients

when the three “R’s and S’s” are the name of the game for your agency, EYP MCF provides the reliability, redundancy, resiliency, sustainability, security, and survivability our country’s most critical missions require.  We are the global market leader in the strategic planning, assessment, design, and commissioning of these types of mission-critical assets that protect data, communication and power systems from failure.  Our expertise in federal design and program/project management covers the wide spectrum of government agencies, including the following:

  • Architect of the Capitol (AoC)

  • Argonne National Laboratory (ARL)

  • Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

  • Department of Defense (DoD)

  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

  • Department of the Army (USACE)

  • Department of the Navy (NAVFAC)

  • Department of State (DoS/OBO)

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP)

  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

  • Federal Reserve Bank (FRB)

  • General Services Administration (GSA)

  • National Air and Space Administration (NASA)

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH)

  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric

       Administration (NOAA)

  • National Security Agency (NSA)

  • Social Security Administration (SSA)

  • United States Postal Service (USPS)

  • US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

  • Veteran’s Administration (VA)

Sample of Government Projects

National Institutes of Health

(NIH)

NIH first engaged EYP MCF when the Main Clinical Center’s Data Center, at the heart of the main Bethesda campus, needed to be relocated as part of the facility’s renovation and major expansion. The originally proposed location in the former visitor information center in the atrium lobby was determined to be unfeasible and ended up being relocated to the incredibly difficult to retrofit basement.  Later, EYP was brought in to address concerns over future power and cooling needs at the Rocky Mountain Labs (RML) in Montana, where we developed a full data center strategic plan to consolidate multiple server rooms into a single cost-effective data center environment.  This led to a further data center roadmap and cyber study for future data centers at RML and resulted in the need for a secondary failover site in Bethesda, Maryland.

General Services Administration for the Department of State (GSA)

The GSA Denver developed this Data Center to provide a modern facility to support the Department of State’s computing needs at a second redundant data center site. Existing buildings were repurposed mainframe structures with highly inefficient power systems and no ability to support growth.  The resulting 30,000 SF facility employed the Performance Optimized Datacenter (POD) concept and was phased for future expansion. Resting on a nine-acre site, this three-story mission critical facility contained redundant features for failure and maintenance, with three 2.5MW generators, three 3,000 kVA unit sub transformers, a 115kV/35kV substation expansion, and a 35kV duct bank to the data center site. The project was completed on a fast-tracked 18-month schedule, necessary for “shovel ready” ARRA-funded projects.