This ground-up 155,000-sq.- ft. building was constructed with 40,000 sq. ft. of raised floor at 150 watts/sq. ft. density with rotary UPS, modular chilled water plant and 5MW of day one critical power. The iso parallel electrical design is only the second of its kind commissioned in the world. All phases of this three phase project were completed with Zero Defects.
Phase II and III have 67,000 sq. ft. of raised floor at 150 watts/sq. ft. with a 14MW Critical Load. Modular chilled water plant cooling system with custom AHU’s and proprietary rack cooling system, N+1.
This Global Content Provider joins a growing list of technology companies drawn to Quincy, a small farming town near the Columbia River in Grant County with a population just over 5,300. The town is attractive for its abundant land, cheap hydroelectric power from the Columbia River and network of fiber optic cable lines.