Stream Hires Lee Tech for Dallas Facility

Lee Technologies has been awarded a multimillion-dollar contract by Stream Data Centers to design, build and manage its new data center in Richardson, Texas, the company said Tuesday. The contract includes the design and construction of a 10,000-square-foot, tier III, raised-floor data center, which is scheduled for completion and commissioning in August.

“We selected Lee Technologies because they have an impressive roster of global customers in both the private and public sectors, a strong track record of designing and managing world-class, mission-critical facilities and maintaining secure data center operations 24/7/365,” said Paul Moser, Stream Data Centers’ co-managing director and partner.

“We are excited to be supporting Stream Data Centers in their development of a state-of-the-art data center for the greater Dallas area,” said John Lee, Lee Technologies’ chairman and CEO. “As a leader in the data center industry, Stream shares our commitment to excellence in developing innovative and environmentally friendly facilities.”

Founded in 1983, Lee Technologies designs, builds and operates data centers for cusomters including Coca-Cola, JP Morgan, Northrop Grumman, the U.S. Department of Defense, Time Warner, Verizon and many others. The company has six corporate locations, including its headquarters in Fairfax, Va., and offices in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Dublin, Ireland.

Stream Data Centers has been an active investor in and developer of data centers for more than 10 years. During that time Stream has acquired and developed more than one million square feet of data center space in Texas and California. Stream Data Centers is wholly-owned by Stream Realty Partners, a full service real estate investment, development and services company.

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