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Four Approaches to Building a Data Center - Structure Tone
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Four Approaches to Building a Data Center

One size rarely fits all—and that’s certainly the case when it comes to building data centers. A uniform design and construction approach will not always apply, as the geographic, functional, financial and other circumstances of a specific project typically influence its direction. There are, however, four key construction approaches that tend to dominate data center development, each with its advantages and challenges.

Structure Tone’s Mission Critical leader, Terence Deneny, describes each of those approaches and their pros and cons in a new article in DatacenterDynamics.

Read more on the DatacenterDynamics website.

Visit the Mission Critical section of our website for more information on how we can help plan and build these complex facilities.