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CAPSTAR Completes 3000 Skyline Dallas Data Center Build

December 3, 2010 by  

Web Host ServicesDALLAS – 3000 Skyline Dallas, a 750,000-square-foot data center development, is complete. Located in the City of Mesquite, Texas, nine miles from the Dallas CBD, the facility boasts its own on-site substation will feature 100 million watts of power provided by Oncor Electric Delivery Company.

The facility is a powered shell development of Dallas-based CAPSTAR Commercial Real Estate Services and The Cambay Group, based in Walnut Creek, CA.


“3000 Skyline Dallas is one of the country’s five most powerful data centers, providing sufficient electrical power for any configuration today and for years to come,” according to John Patterson, a CAPSTAR principal.

The LEED-designed facility, divisible into four quadrants of 20 million watts each, will provide robust TIA-942 design standards for Tier III data centers. Each quadrant is equipped with a separate internal entrance for individual user security, individual electrical distribution with redundant feeder circuits and a new FM I-135 roof. Scalable data center spaces are divisible from 45,000 square feet to 753,000 square feet.

“CAPSTAR has been involved in a number of the nation’s most successful data center projects,” said Mr. Patterson. “From concept to completion, 3000 Skyline Dallas is truly a one-of-a-kind facility. Structure Tone Southwest completed the expansive renovation project on time and to exacting detail. But, the most compelling elements here are the electric power availability and reliability provided by the on-site substation and the economic incentives offered by the City of Mesquite.”

The architectural firm of RTKL designed the facility and the firm of Thornton Tomasetti provided structural engineering consulting. Additional information on 3000 Skyline Dallas may be found at www.3000skylinedallas.com.

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