Winter Street Architects Shortlisted for EBay Datacenter!

Winter Street Architects is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the eBay Modular Data Center in Phoenix, Arizona with a terrific team of like-minded consultants.  Taking the lead for our team on the eBay opportunity is EDI ltd out of Phoenix, Arizona, with Winter Street fulfilling integrated Architectural design expertise and AHA Consulting Engineers providing innovative MEP/FP design.

The process of the RFP and the finalists were announced today on the website and the lineup is very impressive!  Check out what the decision makers, Dean Nelson, Sr Director of Global Data Center Services for Ebay, Mike Lewis, Director of Mission Critical Engineering for Ebay and James Monahan, Principal at California Data Center Design Group (CDCDG) have to say about the process they went through and announce the finalists.  (At about time 10:10 you can hear them start to talk about the finalists.)

This project represents an unique and challenging opportunity to bring our best and brightest data center ideas to the table.  We are honored to have been selected with our team as finalist in this very competitive project. Next week EDI, Winter Street and AHA will be presenting these ideas in San Jose to EBay directly.  We’ll keep you posted!

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Marjanne Pearson and AllisonBrooks, WSArchitects. WSArchitects said: Breaking: @Winter_Street selected as Finalist for #ebay #datacenter in Phoenix, AZ! Check here for more info & video: […]

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