Sabey Data Centers has broken ground on a 70MW expansion of its SDC Quincy campus in central Washington.

The company said it has secured a “major service provider” as the anchor tenant, and the company expects the initial phase of construction to come online in the second half of 2022.

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– Sabey Data Centers

“Our new design innovations continue the company’s history of leadership in responsible, sustainable, energy-efficient design, construction, and operations,” said John Sasser, CTO of Sabey Data Centers. “In Quincy and in our data center facilities across the country, Sabey continues to offer a unique combination of renewable energy, industry-leading power efficiency, and customer-focused operations.”

Sabey operates five data center campuses across the US in Seattle, Quincy, and East Wenatchee, Washington; New York City, New York; and Ashburn, Virginia.

The Quincy campus currently spans 420,000 sq ft (39,000 sqm) across three purpose-built buildings.

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