Construct a four-story data center building of nearly 470,000 square foot, including data center suites, surface parking, loading dock, and landscaping. The data center would be supplied electricity by Silicon Valley Power (SVP) through a new 100 megavolt amperes (MVA) electrical substation to be constructed as part of the data center. Project elements also include switchgear and distribution cabling to interconnect the generator yard to the data center. The data center would have uninterruptible power supplied from SVP and delivered to the project via forty-four 2.75-megawatt (MW) Tier-4 diesel-fired backup emergency generators. The maximum generating capacity of the CA3BGF would be limited to 96 MW.
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Walsh Avenue and Bowers Avenue
Mineta San Jose International
San Tomas Aquino Creek, Calabasas Creek
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Industrial (Light Industrial)(Sq. Ft. 469000, Acres 6.69, Employees 50)
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