It has been a very exciting week at Green House Data and we'd like to share some of our excitement with you! On Tuesday morning we hosted the groundbreaking ceremony for our new energy efficient data center in Cheyenne, WY. We have been working on this project for quite some time and are thrilled to officially be moving forward! Wyoming was kind enough to give us a gorgeous day for our ceremony and the turnout was great.
During the ceremony we heard from a few people who have been integral in this project, such as Govenor Mead, Bob Jenson from the Wyoming Business Council, Randy Bruns from Cheyenne LEADS and Corey Welp with 1547 Critical Systems Realty.
We would not be where we are today without the support of these individuals and so many others that have helped us pave the way for technology in Cheyenne. For Green House Data the groundbreaking ceremony was about more than just expanding, it was also about thanking everyone who has supported us along the way.
We wrapped up the ceremony with hardhats on our heads and golden shovels in the dirt before moving along to the buffet of morning snacks. It really was a great day for Green House Data and before long there will be contruction equipment digging around in the open field near our current data center in Cheyenne.
The new 35,000 sq ft building will be in addition to Green House Data's existing data centers in Cheyenne, Portland and Newark. With construction beginning soon the first phase of this project is expected to be complete by March of 2014.
A very special “thank you” from Green House Data!
Posted By: Heidi Kumm