Showing posts with label Construction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Construction. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Google Breaks Ground on Huge Data Center in Holland

Google held a ground breaking ceremony with Dutch officials to launch construction of a huge data center in Eemshaven, Netherlands -- its fourth mega data center in Europe.  Other sites are Dublin, Hamina (Finland) and the Belgian St. Ghislain.

The data center is expected to enter service in late 2016 and be fully operational in 2017.  Foofle said its plans to invest EUR 600 million in the project.

http://googleproducts-nl.blogspot.nl/

Thursday, July 31, 2014

New Construction in Silicon Valley - Samsung

New construction is underway for Samsung Semiconductor at corner of First Street and Tasman in San Jose, California.

The new $300 million Samsung building, which will be the tallest in the area at 10 stories, boasts 1.1 million square feet, a 7-story parking garage, a variety of employee amenities and a landscaped city plaza and open courtyard at its center. The tower will be clad in white metal and clear glass, which the company sees as evocative of its products.

http://www.samsung.com/us/sjexpansion/

Photos on 01-August-2014






New Construction in Silicon Valley - Stadium TechCenter

New construction is underway at Stadium TechCenter in Santa Clara, California.

Located on Great America Boulevard at Highway 237, the 226,500 sq. ft. project is named after the new Levi’s Stadium located nearby. A new Class A office building will adjoin the campus occupied by Dell. Other tech companies nearby include Arista, Marvell, Brocade, Ericsson, Polycom, Global Foundries, Cisco, etc.

Photos on 31-July-2014





http://www.stadiumtechcenter.com/

Thursday, July 24, 2014

New Construction in Silicon Valley - Moffett Place

New construction underway at Moffett Place, a campus of 6 eight story towers on 55 acres in Sunnyvale, California.  Located near Moffett Field, in close proximity to Lockheed Martin, Yahoo!, Juniper Networks, Infinera, Aruba Networks and many other Silicon Valley firms.




July 24, 2014