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Goldman Sachs’ construction of a 42-story, 1.5 million sq. ft. office tower was the first phase of a new campus known as The 30 Hudson Development Project along the waterfront in downtown Jersey City which will complement Goldman Sachs’s existing complex in downtown Manhattan. The campus supports as many as 6,000 employees and includes such amenities as a global learning center, a 160-room lodging area, wellness facilities, and public retail space.
FMS was engaged to conduct a thorough assessment of the building’s design for interference concerns. Site surveys, document review and extensive 3-Dimension computer simulation studies were conducted to evaluate EMF emissions from rail, the electrical distribution, mechanical and other systems and adjacent rail systems. Utilizing the computer simulation data, FMS provided guidance to the project design team for locating power facilities at safe distances from critical sensitive computer and telecommunications equipment and associated cabling.
In several building locations, large utility transformers and high current distribution equipment are to be located immediately beneath an entire floor of computer equipment that forms a critical Network Operations Center (NOC). Computer simulations indicated that EMF emissions from the electrical equipment might present a significant interference threat to the NOC equipment. To mitigate this potential, FMS designed and installed a special magnetic field shielding system to lower EMF levels to acceptable levels in the NOC area.
Over its 20 years, FMS has successfully completed hundreds of EMI projects which included a diverse range of consulting and mitigation services.