I have a client (I'm an IT consultant) that is building out a new office - they are a medical practice that is expanding, and so one of the things we are going to be doing is setting up a dedicated network closet with a rack for their server(s), etc. They are going to have a lot of stuff in there (several servers, network equipment, phone system, sound system, lighting system, etc.), and so my concern is getting the appropriate electrical in that closet.
I am not an electrician, and don't usually deal with electrical matters beyond UPS's (which they will also have), but I recall the electrician stating they were going to be putting a good amount of outlets in there as well as a dedicated circuit (or something similar - can't recall his exact words). When I went to look just now (it's mostly finished), all I see was one grouping of four outlets (similar to this, although not sure if they were 15-amp or 20-amp: https://image.shutterstock.com/z/stock-photo-a-plex-electrical-outlet-for-volts-in-north-america-165902273.jpg). To me, that seems like not nearly enough, and it would seem we'd probably want to make sure that whatever outlets were in the network closet were dedicated (or whatever the correct terminology is for that).
Am I off-base here? Can anyone shed some light on this for me so I can go back to the client, the contractor, and the electrician to get things squared away? Thanks!