The National Security Agency's plan to build a massive data centre for intelligence analysis has drawn interest from some of the country's largest construction firms. More than a dozen contractor teams have announced they are gearing up to submit bids on the US$1.7 billion data centre.
The players include Salt Lake City-based Jacobsen Construction, which is teaming up with New York-based Turner Construction and Kiewit of Omaha, Nebraska.
Source: The Spectrum
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