Sabey Expands Quincy Data Center Campus

Sabey Data Centers, a premier designer, builder and operator of multi-tenant data centers that meet diverse infrastructure requirements, announced it has expanded its Quincy (Washington) data center campus. Its newest phase, comprising two buildings and more than 85 MW of critical power, is a step forward in Sabey’s promise to provide state-of-the art infrastructure.

The Quincy location is one of Sabey Data Centers’ most successful multi-tenant data center campuses — now more than 525,000 square feet across five purpose-built buildings offering modular efficiency managed by Sabey’s critical environment management team.

“This is an exciting time for the entire Sabey organization,” said Tim Mirick, CRO of Sabey Data Centers. “This expansion of our Quincy Data Center is a continuation of Sabey’s promise to provide best in class service to our customers. We are thrilled to be able to build out this campus to meet the demands of the industry.”

This expansion includes Sabey’s next generation sustainable facility design that increases the ratio of data center to core space, supports high-density deployments and incorporates conscientious construction methods that reduce reliance on carbon-intensive concrete.

For more information about Sabey’s Quincy Data Center Campus, visit