Skanska lands $64M deal for data center in Oregon

ConDig (30-Sept-20).  Swedish developer and contractor Skanska has secured a $64 million contract to build a data center in Oregon.

Under the multi-phase contract with Flexential Corp, the company will build a 32,500 square-meter Tier III data center with a structural steel core and concrete tilt panels as the primary façade. The first data hall will support an initial IT capacity of 4.5 megawatts, the company said.

Construction on the project started in September and is slated for completion in September 2021.

Earlier this month, Skanska bagged a $106 million deal for the 95 Northbound viaduct replacement in Providence, Rhode Island.

In April, Skanska landed a $34 million deal for pre-construction services and site demolition at

In February, a joint venture led by Skanska bagged a $301 million deal to design and build a new bridge over the Potomac River in Maryland.

In November, Skanska signed an additional $42 million contract for the expansion of Portland airport.

In September, Skanska landed a $32 million deal to upgrade the University of Cincinnati College of Law in Cincinnati, in Ohio. It also said it had booked a $74 million deal to build residential apartments in Nashville, Tennessee.

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