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Building Data Centers is What We Do

We build data centers for some of the largest companies in the world from North America to EMEA and are collectively responsible for the construction of over $4B in facilities worldwide.

Our use of advanced building technology combined with our focus on continual improvement means we are constantly refining both our designs and procedures to enable us to deliver your customized data center when and where it’s required.


Why Customers Choose Compass

The experience we’ve gained in designing and building more than $4 billion in data centers worldwide enables us to see where data center requirements are now and in the future. Our sustainable, scalable, move-in ready data center designs are customized to meet your specific requirements. Our hybrid colo model offers you flexibility and operational control.

Geography is No Obstacle

Where to locate your data center should be the least of your worries. Our campuses in N. Virginia, Phoenix, Dallas, Montreal and Toronto offer over 600MW of capacity and we are continually evaluating new locations to support the needs of the fastest growing cloud providers and hyperscalers.

All of our designs have been developed to be geographically independent to support your data center requirements, regardless of location. This flexibility is enhanced via attributes like water-free cooling, our use of low waste designs and sustainable materials such as CarbonCure manufactured concrete to ensure the environmental compatibility of your data center regardless of your chosen location.


Sustainable Design,
Construction and Operation

At Compass the sustainability of your data center begins long before we deliver your facility. Your new data center will be built using concrete manufactured using CarbonCure’s CO2 reduction methodology to reduce the emissions associated with production by up to 1800 tons and feature free air cooling to eliminate the need to incur the cost, on-going expense and resource consumption associated with water-based cooling. Materials and components used in the construction of your data center will be sourced locally to minimize the environmental impact of long haul transportation.


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