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KST Electric to Wire New Data Foundry Data Center

Submitted by on 10 January, 2020 – 4:32 am

KST, Ltd., a subsidiary of Rosendin Electric, the nation’s largest private contractor and power company 100 percent owned by employees, announced today that it has signed a contract with foundry data, a leading provider of data to Wholesale and retail center outsourcing, co-location and disaster recovery services, in line with the first phase of a data center of 150 million dollars in Austin, Texas. This project called Austin Data Center 2 (ADC2) is the first of a proposed multi-phase construction will become a new, 250,000 square meters, completely new master plan data center – the sole purpose of Stone, center and neutral data center in Texas.
 
ADC2 is based on a new generation, the 40-acre campus of the Rancho of data, which when completed will have the capacity to deliver more than 100 megawatts of power to over one million square feet of data center space. In addition, the fully redundant ADC2 is powered by two independent substations, and will have an underground source of power from end to end offering food choices flexible and scalable.
 
KST Electric is responsible for wiring the entire first phase of ADC2, including flexible delivery rooms to offer from 2,500 square feet on, and flexible power redundancy from 1 to N of the 2N configurations. ADC2 The first phase of support to 12 MW of power from the redundant network with two of 12 MW is fed into the building and two independent substations, each independently connected to the ERCOT grid. All data and telecommunications wiring will be underground in a concrete lined canal.
 
A unique feature of the current version out is that unlike most construction projects, much of the outdoor wiring and not hidden behind walls. Casting data plans to show the power key for room visits and use KST Electric work to show the versatility of the wiring and power capacity of its new data center facilities for prospective tenants.
 
“This is a tremendous opportunity for KST not only to demonstrate our expertise in the wiring of a mission critical project, such as the new data center casting information but also gives us a rare opportunity to show our work” Kenneth said Tumlinson, president of KST Electric.
 
“With demand for data center high-quality and disaster recovery services for companies around the country, we decided to build our new facilities from scratch, rather than compromise the quality of adaptation of existing buildings,” said Edward Henigin, CTO Data Foundry. “We set out to build a national center of high technology that competes with the best in the world. After a rigorous evaluation process, we chose electric KST experience and dedication to excellence. Together we intend to do that our new plant in Austin, a unique showcase in central Texas. ”
 
KST Electric is working with Holder Construction Company, contractor for primary data centers to projects in the United States. Gensler is the architectural design management, facilities and GCC integration is the provision of engineering services for the project.

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