BRASFIELD & GORRIE COMPLETES CONSTRUCTION OF GREENFIELD DATA CENTRE
PRESS RELEASE: Brasfield & Gorrie has completed construction on an AUBix greenfield data centre in Auburn that will increase the technology infrastructure in this part of the state.
The one-story, 40,000-square-foot greenfield data centre is located on a six-acre site along Samford Avenue near Auburn University. The facility includes two 10,000-square-foot data halls, which will support up to two megawatts of IT load each. The building’s structure and veneer are precast concrete. According to a press release, the buildout includes customer office space, conference rooms and tenant equipment storage.
The general contractor completed the construction of the AUBix data centre, which is able to withstand Category 4 winds, on time and within budget, according to AUBix co-founder and CEO Andrew Albrecht.
“Our goal is to provide customers with secure and compliant infrastructure to host internet applications locally, as well as significantly higher internet speeds and the choice of national/global carriers who compete for their business,” Albrecht said.
AUBix is expected to become an economic catalyst for the regions and communities it serves, enabling digital transformation for businesses, supporting academic research and development, and providing access to high-speed internet.
“Brasfield & Gorrie is dedicated to building strong communities everywhere we work,” said Brasfield & Gorrie Vice President and Division Manager Dustin Smith.
“AUBix and Advocate Management Partners are strengthening Auburn and its surrounding areas with this investment in technology, and we are honoured to partner on this important project.”
Brasfield & Gorrie has completed more than $2.8 billion of mission-critical projects, which are projects essential to the overall operations of an organisation.
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