This Quincy, Washington, project was an 85,000-square-foot data center expansion adjacent to an existing data center. Scheduling was a very give challenge for this project and required expert understanding of the scheduling and sequencing obstacles. Construction included two new computing wings and one infrastructure core building as well as an electrical room and network room in the infrastructure core building. Referred to as “computing coops,” the pre-engineered metal buildings look like modern chicken coops and incorporate many of the same free-air cooling concepts chicken coops utilize by bringing outside air through the sides of the building through the servers, and then exhausting hot air through the cupola, creating a chimney effect. As a result, these are some of the most energy efficient data centers ever built, achieving a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.08, almost double that of average data centers.