Orange has chosen Ingérop to manage the design and construction of its new data centres
Orange has chosen Ingérop to manage the design and construction of its two new data centres, located in Val-de-Reuil (27) and Chartres (28)

Accompanied by the architecture firm A26 and the engineering firm GLI, Ingérop has designed buildings that are exemplary in terms of energy performance, reliability and security, perfectly in line with Orange's IT infrastructure redesign project.

« In this project, the complementarity of the 3 project management partners was an undeniable asset. Listening to our needs, adapting to our operating constraints, and respecting our long experience in engineering technical rooms have enabled us collectively to design non-standard structures in a short period of time. » Vincent Huriet, Data Centre Director of Lyon and Project Manager DC2020 - Orange. 

With more than 25 years of experience in data centre and IT equipment engineering (30,000 m² of active rooms) and the expertise of the partners of the project management group (GLI and A26), Ingérop has been selected.

"Data centres represent real strategic assets for Orange: they will enable us to support the growth of our customers' digital needs in a context of trust, while allowing us to significantly reduce our energy and environmental footprint. " said Stéphane Richard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Orange Group.

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