Critical Facilities

Project Bluegrass Data Center

A three data center concept  

Reduced operating costs

  • LEED Gold Certified
  • 400 V of direct output from UPS
  • Six 2-megawatt engine generators

Project Bluegrass consists of two separate Tier III mission critical facilities with a design once-build-twice concept by for a confidential Fortune 500 equipment manufacturing client. These ground up 100,000-square-foot data centers each house in the first phase 20,000 square feet of high density raised floor computer environment with remaining area dedicated to critical mechanical and electrical support systems and a small office area. The Phase I building is designed as a module that can be duplicated for Phase II or expanded as needed. Each site is approximately 20-25 AC in area and located within 20 miles of each other as part of a three data center concept, allowing for mirroring and redundancy across several sites.


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From the first ground-up reservation facility in the world in 1979 to the largest LEED Gold Certified freestanding data center in the nation, Corgan’s Critical Facilities Studio has spent years studying the engineering systems at the core of these projects.


More than 2M square feet of white floor space