CBRE to manage data centers for Lincoln Rackhouse

CBRE to manage data centers for Lincoln Rackhouse

Published at: 2018-10-09 13:19 | Author: CIJ USA
CBRE to manage data centers for Lincoln Rackhouse

Lincoln Rackhouse, the data center division of Lincoln Property Company, has tapped CBRE to manage operations for a recently acquired 1 million sq ft data center portfolio. The recently acquired portfolio, from a Fortune 500 institution, encompasses three data center campuses located in Dallas, Phoenix and Kansas City, Missouri. The company intends to invest additional funds into upgrading and retrofitting the remaining capacity and facilities for multi-tenant use. CBRE will manage the data centers’ daily operations, preventative maintenance and capital projects.

“CBRE’s Data Center Solutions team displayed a significant depth of knowledge and expertise in mission-critical facilities management as we developed our strategic operational strategy for this portfolio going-forward. The many synergies between our two groups were apparent, and we look forward to the continued partnership as we expand our platform,” said Ryan Sullivan, managing director of Lincoln Rackhouse.

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