AMS Ltd bring a tailored Turnkey solution to their Clients and adapting our product to the unique requirements of each Project is a core company principle. Our highly experienced Consultant Engineers and Project Managers consistently deliver highly technical projects within the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

Our main aim is to provide excellent design, consultancy and project management services for Clients and we are considered to be one of the leaders in the niche market of Mission Critical Infrastructure Design, Consultancy and Project Management, providing our clients with 24/7 resilience and consultancy.



Our Services

Data Centres & Critical Infrastructure

AMS Ltd provide innovative and forward thinking design solutions to meet today's Data Centre demands. Focussing primarily on resilience and energy efficiency, AMS enable their clients to reduce their total cost of ownership and meet their carbon commitments whilst maximising uptime.

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Office Fit Out & Redevelopment

From project inception through to completion AMS Ltd can deliver straightforward Project Management or provide a complete package of Architectural and M&E design, preparation of tender documentation, Project Cost Control and reconciliation for CAT A and CAT B fit-outs of office environments.

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Building Services Engineering

Utilising dedicated and experienced consultant engineers, AMS Ltd can provide specialist solutions in ensuring existing and new buildings can maximise their potential. This is done in conjunction with respecting each Client’s commitment to comfort, energy efficiency and the environment.

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Latest News

Dalkia (now MITIE) Scottish Government Data Centre

AMS Ltd were appointed by Dalkia, on behalf of the Scottish Government, to carry out the project management and CDM Project Co-ordinator role for a new data centre project in Edinburgh. The initial phase to obtain client approval involved the design and cost management of the project. This involved the design, tender and delivery of a new HV infrastructure from the primary network and an HV ring within the site. Further phases involved the delivery of a new data centre facility to the latest standards, taking into account energy efficiency and environmental considerations, which will provide a very resilient facility for the Scottish Government.

The phased approach ultimately built one room , migrated IT over to the new room before construction work was carried out on the original room. This allowed the Scottish Government to increase their space, cooling and power capacities for future expansion without any IT interruption.