Boston data center to serve more than 170 public agencies

August 11, 2010

 Boston Data Center

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts breaks ground this spring on a 115,000-sf data center in Springfield that will serve more than 170 agencies and public authorities, operating around the clock to assist with mission critical applications and disaster recovery. Boston-based architect TRO Jung|Brannen has designed the facility to LEED Gold standards. Cosentini Associates of Cambridge, Mass., will serve as MEP, with the Boston office of Skanska USA Building as general contractor.

 

         
 

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