The growing technology corridor in Goodyear will soon feature two newly established data centers.
As stated in the press release, the campus of Compass Datacenters will be established on 225 acres of land in the north-west area of Yuma Road and Bullard Avenue, following the approval of the agreement on Monday, when the Goodyear city council made a unanimous decision.
A couple of new data centers represent one segment of the project that includes eight of them. According to the release, the announced two will probably be finished by the fourth quarter of the current year.
Georgia Lord, Mayor of Goodyear, has made a statement declaring that Compass Datacenters, being a world-class firm, represents a significant addition to the expanding technology base. The collaboration between the company and the city of Goodyear will eventually provide high-profile jobs as well as high-tech solutions for its citizens, according to Lord.
Once the entire project is completed, the total of eight data centers will occupy more than 1.8 million square feet, which is equal to 31 football courts.
Moreover, technology companies, Stream Data Centers and Vantage, have also declared their willingness to come to Goodyear during the course of the current year.
According to Lord, Goodyear has been quickly expanding in a manner of becoming an appropriate place for technology firms. She concluded by saying the community was thrilled to have Compass as a worthwhile partner.