A new California data center will rise in the city of Lincoln. The facility, just approved in February by the town's planning commission, will be a 35,800 square foot, two story data center. It will sit on roughly 3.3 acres of land in the Lincoln business park.
The firm building the new center is Vanir Construction, a Sacramento-based company. This is the neighborhood's first new construction within the Aviation Business Park in five years. However, there is no timeline set yet for the building process to begin, only conceptual drawings and other schematics are underway.
Currently there are no plans for how the data center will operate as a business. It is unclear who will lease the firm, and whether or not it will be intended for local companies or as an independent agency. Physical security needs are currently being addressed through the construction of an 8-foot-tall fence, designed to keep out trespassers both during the building process and once the facility is operational.
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