Sabey and Dell started the permitting process for their respective data centre projects in Quincy. Carl Worley, the city’s building official, describes the environmental documents as preliminary applications to start the projects. The companies are working on their building permits at the same time.
According to documents filed with the City of Quincy this month, the Sabey Intergate data centre measures a total of about 508,577 sq ft, along with parking, infrastructure and landscaping improvements. Two buildings are 186,660 sq ft each, while a third building measuring 140,000 sq ft.
As part of its Project Roosevelt, Dell plans to build a roughly 350,000 sq strata centre in three phases on an 80.1 acre site. Dell anticipates phase one of the build-out to be done by late 2012, according to an environmental check-list. Phase two and phase three are estimated to be built by late 2018.
Source: Columbia Basin Herald