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Rosendin Electric Begins Phase 2 of a Major Data Center Build-Out in Virginia’s High-Tech Corridor

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May 14, 2012

Rosendin Electric Begins Phase 2 of a Major Data Center Build-Out in Virginia’s High-Tech Corridor

The Mid-Atlantic office of Rosendin Electric, one of the nation’s largest private electrical contractors and a 100% employee-owned company, announced that the company has been awarded the second phase of a major data center build-out in the Northern Virginia High-Tech Corridor. Rosendin Electric is subcontracting to DPR Construction to complete the data center design and construction project for an unnamed data colocation service.

Rosendin Electric recently completed the successful first phase of the design-build project. This second phase of construction includes five 2 megawatt pods designed to tier 3 data center specifications and is scheduled for completion by October 2012. This contract strengthens Rosendin Electric’s presence in the burgeoning Mid-Atlantic market, and provides another proof point for the company’s strength in data center design-build.

“We’re immensely gratified at the confidence that DPR Construction expresses in Rosendin Electric with the award of this important contract,” said Alan Linder, Division Manager for Rosendin Electric, “We’re eager to move quickly through design and preconstruction and on toward successful delivery of the finished pod this fall.”