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US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET SIZE TO REACH USD 11.6 BILLION BY 2024 GROWING AT A CAGR OF OVER 1% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD.

This market research report on US data center construction market covers market sizing and forecast, market share, industry trends, growth drivers, and vendor analysis. The market study includes insights on segmentation by infrastructure (electrical (UPS systems, generators, transfer switches & switchgears, rack PDUs, and others) and mechanical type (cooling systems, racks, and others), general construction (building development, installation and commissioning services, building design, physical security, and DCIM), facility size (small data centers, medium data centers, and hyperscale data centers), tier standards (Tier I and Tier II, Tier III, and Tier IV), and geography (South Eastern US, South Western US, Mid-Western US, Western US, and North Eastern US).

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Report Attribute Details
MARKET SIZE (REVENUE) USD 11.6 Billion (2024)
CAGR Over 1% (2018-2024)
Base Year 2018
Forecast Year 2020 - 2024
Market Segments infrastructure (electrical (UPS systems, generators, transfer switches & switchgears, rack PDUs, and others) and mechanical type (cooling systems, racks, and others), general construction (building development, installation and commissioning services, building design, physical security, and DCIM), facility size (small data centers, medium data centers, and hyperscale data centers), tier standards (Tier I and Tier II, Tier III, and Tier IV),
Geographic Analysis South Eastern US, South Western US, Mid-Western US, Western US, and North Eastern US
Countries Covered US

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The increased focus on green data centers construction is a major driver for procuring energy-efficient infrastructure in the US data center construction market

The data centers are confronting with the challenges of increased power and water consumption. To overcome the difficulties, the US data center construction market is increasingly opting for green data center construction. The procurement of renewable energy sources and the implementation of Energy Star certified products is driving the US data center construction market.

 Also, the increased operational expenditure by data centers is driving vendors to proactive monitoring and managing support infrastructure. Hence, the increasing vigilance of the infrastructure is driving vendors toward end-to-end facility automation, which is expected to affect the US data center construction market significantly. The US data center construction market is witnessing high investment from colocation and cloud hosting service and hyperscale data center operators.

The market is likely to witness many brownfield constructions, especially in the North-Eastern US. Factors such as favorable government support (attractive tax rebates and remissions), the increased demand for cloud-based services, the growing investment from colocation providers, and increased automation are expected to propel the US data center construction market in the coming years. The US data center construction market is projected to generate revenues of around $12 billion by 2024.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: SEGMENTATION

 This market research report includes detailed market segmentation by infrastructure, general construction, facility size, tier standards, and geography. 

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

 The adoption of lithium-ion and nickel-zinc UPS systems is expected to boost the data center UPS market in the US.

 The US data center construction market by electrical infrastructure comprises UPS (uninterrupted power supply) systems, generators, transfer switches & switchgears, rack PDUs, other electrical infrastructure. The UPS system segment dominated the market size in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 1.3% during the forecast period. The increased adoption of lithium-ion and Nickel-Zinc UPS systems is expected to boost the data center UPS market in the US.

The market is also witnessing the growth in generators powered by fuel cells to reduce carbon emission. Further, the increasing complexity of the data center infrastructure has led to the development of automated switchgear technology (ATS). The growing interest in green data centers to reduce the efficiency of data centers is driving the demand for intelligent racks PDUs in the market. Vendors are offering PDUs in a variety of colors for identification purposes. Besides, the increased investment in mega data centers with high-power capabilities is likely to produce high revenues for the other electrical infrastructure segment.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The adoption of innovative infrastructure solutions is expected to drive the US data center construction market

The mechanical construction segment in the data center construction market is categorized into cooling systems, racks, and others. The cooling system segment accounted for the largest market, share in 2018. The extensive use of indirect evaporative coolers, air or water-side economizers, and free cooling chillers is driving the market.

Further, the significance of metrics such as Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), Water-usage Effectiveness (WUE), and Carbon Usage Effectiveness (CUE) is likely to increase during the forecast period. The market is adopting innovative solutions such as multipurpose cooling systems and modular infrastructure solutions, which are expected to drive the US data center construction market. The market is migrating toward the adoption of over 42U racks - 45U, 47U, and 48U. Also, there is a high adoption of 52U rack units in the Southeast US. Further, innovations in the market have led to the growth of performance-optimized data (POD) centers.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: GENERAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The number of Brownfield, Greenfield, and modular projects is likely to continue in the US market over the next few years

The US data center construction market by general construction is classified into building development, installation and commissioning services, building design, physical security, and DCIM. The growing number of brownfield, Greenfield, and modular facilities projects with the installation of on-site renewable power sources such as wind and solar energy is likely to continue in the market over the next few years. Further, infrastructure vendors are increasingly partnering with major contractors to increase the revenue share.

The growth in greenfield data center facilities will increase revenue opportunities for installation and commission service providers. Further, the designing of data centers is performed by design specialists, contractors, and data center operators. The rise in security breaches is further boosting the market for physical security.

The Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) market is growing due to the rising impact of regulatory standards on data centers. The use of artificial intelligence and robot monitoring technologies is expected to contribute to market growth.  For instance, Google uses DeepMind AI solutions to monitor infrastructure in their facilities.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: COOLING TECHNIQUES

Free cooling solutions are gaining more popularity than liquid-based cooling solutions during the forecast period

Air-based and liquid-based cooling technique are the two major cooling systems available in the US data center construction market. The air-cooling method involves traditional CRACs and free cooling solutions for cooling IT infrastructure in the data center. Free cooling solutions are gaining more popularity than liquid-based cooling solutions. However, the use of chilled water systems is still highly prevalent in the market, particularly in the Northern US. The US market is witnessing the increased adoption of evaporative coolers that facilitate partial cooling with indoor CRAC units among data centers.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: COOLING SYSTEMS

The South Eastern, Midwest, and Southwest US are the largest adopters of chiller units in the US data center construction market

CRAC & CRAH units work in conjunction with other cooling units such as chillers, cooling towers, dry coolers, and condensers. There is a growing demand for both CRACs and CRAHs units in the data center to increase efficiency and productivity in the IT infrastructure. The South Eastern and the Mid-Western US are majorly adopting CRAH units. The construction of mega and hyperscale facilities is a driving factor for the increased adoption of both CRAC and CRAH units with 2N redundant configuration.

The South Eastern, Midwest, and Southwest US are the largest adopters of chiller units in the US data center construction market.  Further, air-cooled chiller systems are gaining prominence over water-cooled systems due to their easy installation, high efficiency, and low maintenance costs. Cooling towers and dry coolers are installed to reduce heat generated by IT infrastructure.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: FACILITY SIZE

South-Eastern US and the Western US witnessed the highest investments in the hyperscale data center facilities in 2018

Small, medium, and hyperscale are the three primary facilities in the US data center construction market. The hyperscale segment dominated the US data center construction market in 2018 and is expected to grow steadily during the forecast period. The South Eastern US and the Western US witnessed the highest investment from investors in the hyperscale data center facilities.

Further, Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft, PointOne, and EdgeCoreare expected to be the major investors in hyperscale facilities in the US. The South Eastern US witnessed the highest investment in medium data center facilities. Further, Digital Realty, Cologix, COPT data center, Raging Wire Data Center, and Sabey Data Center are the major investors in the medium segment.

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: TIER STANDARDS

Several Vendor are shifting to tier IV facilities due to the increase in the rack density and rise in critical applications inside data centers

 In terms of tier standard, the US data center construction market is categorized into Tier I & II, Tier III, and Tier IV. The Tier III standard segment accounted for the highest market size in 2018, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 1% during the forecast period. The need for tier III certification from the Uptime Institute to attract customers and increase the occupancy rate will boost the growth of this segment in the US market. However, several operators are expected to shift to Tier IV standard facilities due to the growth in the rack power density and critical infrastructure operations running inside facilities. Further, the Southwest and Midwest regions of the US are emerging the largest adopters of tier IV data centers with 2N+1 cooling unit. The increased investment from hyperscale developers is the major region for the increase in the construction of tier IV data center facilities in the region. 

US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET: GEOGRAPHY

The availability of robust fiber connectivity and low power rates has primarily contributed to the increased growth of Southwestern US data center market

South Eastern US dominated the market share in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 1.2% during the forecast period. Virginia gained the highest investment, followed by North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. Recently, Facebook invested around $2 billion in a data center in Henrico, Virginia. In the Southwestern US, Texas received the highest investments in 2018, whereas Oklahoma and New Mexico witnessed significant investment by Google and Facebook data centers. The availability of robust fiber connectivity and low power rates has primarily contributed to the increased growth in the region.

KEY VENDOR ANALYSIS

The US data center construction market is continuing to grow in terms of greenfield, brownfield, and modular data center construction. The market is witnessing the increased growth of data centers across the US, with the high adoption of efficient and modular data center infrastructure solutions. The market has a strong presence of vendors in all three categories - electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, and general construction.

The adoption of Lithium-ion batteries, fuel cell technology, natural gas generators, intelligent PDUs, and high voltage switchgear is expected to increase the competition in the market among electrical infrastructure vendors.

The direct liquid cooling and immersion cooling market is expected to become competitive as the adoption of HPC infrastructure among data centers is growing in the US. Initiatives such as Open Commute Projects are expected to bring several new cooling techniques and technologies to the market, thereby increasing the competition among mechanical infrastructure vendors.

The US comprises several construction contractors, architectural and engineering firms, physical security vendors, and DCIM solutions providers. Several colocation data centers are being built with multiple data halls, where infrastructure adoption, installation, and commissioning is carried out on-demand basis. Sustainable development of data centers is the leading priority in the market. Construction and design are critical for data center operators due to the strict adherence to regulatory standards from the Uptime Institute.

Market Participants in the US Data Center Construction Market:

Key Construction Contractors

    • AECOM
    • Corgan
    • DPR Construction
    • Holder Construction
    • Jacobs Engineering Group
    • Syska Hennessy Group
    • Turner Construction

Key Infrastructure Providers

    • ABB
    • Airedale Air Conditioning
    • Eaton
    • Schneider Electric
    • STULZ
    • Vertiv

Key Data Center Investors

    • Apple
    • COPT Data Center Solutions
    • CyrusOne
    • Digital Realty
    • Equinix
    • Facebook
    • Google
    • Microsoft
    • Stream data center
    • Vantage Data Center

Other Prominent Construction Contractors

Balfour Beatty, BlueScope Construction, Clune Construction, Fluor Corp., Fortis Construction, Gensler, Gilbane Building Co., HDR, Hensel Phelps, HITT Contracting, Hoffman Construction, JE Dunn Construction, Morrison Hershfield, Mortenson Construction, Rogers-O’Brien Construction, Structure Tone, Walsh Group, and Whiting-Turner Contracting.

 Prominent Infrastructure Providers

    • Altima Technologies
    • Asetek
    • Bloom Energy
    • Caterpillar
    • Cormant
    • Cummins
    • Cyber Power System
    • Data Aire
    • Delta Group
    • FNT
    • Generac Power System
    • Green Revolution Cooling
    • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    • HighPower
    • Hitech Power Protection
    • Legrand
    • Nlyte Software
    • Nortek Humidity
    • Mitsubishi
    • MTU On Site Energy
    • Rittal
    • Trane
    • Tripp Lite

Prominent Data Center Investors

    • CoreSite
    • DataBank
    • DC Blox
    • EdgeConnex
    • H5 Data Centers
    • Quality Technology Services
    • RagingWire
    • Sabey Data Centers
    • TierPoint
    • T5 Data Center

The US Data Center Construction market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Market Segmentation by Infrastructure

  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Construction

Market Segmentation by Electrical Type

  • UPS systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches &Switchgears
  • Rack PDUs
  • Others

Market Segmentation by Mechanical Type

  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Others

Market Segmentation by General Construction

  • Building Development
  • Installation and Commissioning Services
  • Building Design
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM

Market Segmentation by Cooling Systems

  • CRAC& CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
  • Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers
  • Other Cooling Units

Market Segmentation by Facility Size

  • Small Data Centers
  • Medium Data Centers
  • Hyperscale Data Centers

Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

  • Tier I and Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

Market Segmentation by Geography

  • South Eastern US
  • South Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • Western US
  • North Eastern US

 

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US data center construction market size to reach USD 11.6 billion by 2024 growing at a CAGR of over 1% during the forecast period.

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The US data center construction market is projected to generate revenues of around $12 billion by 2024.

The increased demand for closed-based services, the increased investment from colocation providers, the rise in edge data center computing, favorable tax incentives, and the growth of automation and artificial intelligence in data centers are a few major drivers in the US data center construction market. The research report provides an in-depth segmental analysis of the US data center construction market by infrastructure, general construction, facility size, tier standards, and geography.

Base Year:                  2018

Forecast Year:           2019–2023

The study considers the present scenario of the US data center construction market and its market dynamics for the period 2018−2024. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The study offers both the demand and supply aspect of the US data center construction market. It also profiles and examines leading vendors and other prominent vendors operating in the US data center construction market.

Major Vendors in the US Data Center Construction Market:

Construction Contractors

  • AECOM
    • Overview
    • Service Offerings
  • Corgan
  • DPR Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction

Key Infrastructure Providers

  • ABB
    • Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Airedale Air Conditioning
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv

 

Key Data Center Investors

  • Apple
    • Overview
    • Service Offerings
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CyrusOne
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Stream Data Center
  • Vantage Data Center

 

Other Prominent Construction Contractors are Balfour Beatty, BlueScope Construction, Clune Construction, Fluor Corp., Fortis Construction, Gensler, Gilbane Building Co., HDR, Hensel Phelps, HITT Contracting, Hoffman Construction, JE Dunn Construction, Morrison Hershfield, Mortenson Construction, Rogers-O’Brien Construction, Structure Tone, Walsh Group, and Whiting-Turner Contracting.

 

Prominent Infrastructure Providers

  • Altima Technologies
  • Overview
  • Service Offerings
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Caterpillar
  • Cormant
  • Cummins
  • Cyber Power System
  • Data Aire
  • Delta Group
  • FNT
  • Generac Power System
  • Green Revolution Cooling
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • HighPower
  • Hitech Power Protection
  • Legrand
  • Nlyte Software
  • Nortek Humidity
  • Mitsubishi
  • MTU On Site Energy
  • Rittal
  • Trane
  • Tripp Lite

Prominent Data Center Investors

  • CoreSite
    • Overview
    • Service Offerings
  • DataBank
  • DC Blox
  • EdgeConnex
  • H5 Data Centers
  • Quality Technology Services
  • RagingWire
  • Sabey Data Centers
  • TierPoint
  • T5 Data Center

Market Segmentation by Infrastructure

  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Construction

Market Segmentation by Electrical Type

  • UPS systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches &Switchgears
  • Rack PDUs
  • Others

Market Segmentation by Mechanical Type

  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Others

Market Segmentation by General Construction

  • Building Development
  • Installation and Commissioning Services
  • Building Design
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM

Market Segmentation by Cooling Systems

  • CRAC& CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
  • Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers
  • Other Cooling Units

Market Segmentation by Facility Size

  • Small Data Centers
  • Medium Data Centers
  • Hyperscale Data Centers

Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

  • Tier I and Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

Market Segmentation by Geography

  • South Eastern US
  • South Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • Western US
  • North Eastern US

 

1              Research Methodology

2              Research Objectives

3              Research Process

 

4              Scope & Coverage

4.1          Market Definition

4.2          Base Year

4.3          Scope of the study

4.4          Market Segments

4.4.1       Market Segmentation by Facility Type

4.4.2       Market Segmentation by Infrastructure

4.4.3       Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

4.4.4       Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

4.4.5       Market Segmentation by Cooling Systems

4.4.6       Market Segmentation by General Construction

4.4.7       Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

4.4.8       Market Segmentation by Geography

 

5              Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1          Key Caveats

5.2          Currency Conversion

5.3          Market Derivation

 

6              Market at a Glance

7              Introduction

7.1          Data Center Site Selection Criteria

7.2          Rack Power Density

 

8              Market Dynamics

8.1          Market Growth Enablers

8.1.1       Increased Demand for Cloud-based Services

8.1.2       Growing Investment from Colocation Providers

8.1.3       Growing Construction of Green Data Center Facilities

8.1.4       Increasing Demand for Edge Data Centers

8.1.5       Tax Incentives Attracts Investment in Specific States

8.2          Market Growth Restraints

8.2.1       Growing Market Consolidation

8.2.2       Increase in Power Outages & Power Consumption

8.2.3       Location Constraints for Data Center Construction

8.2.4       Rising Water Consumption by Data Centers

8.3          Market Opportunities & Trends

8.3.1       Automation &Artificial Intelligence in Data Centers

8.3.2       Rising Renewable Procurement to Power Data Centers

8.3.3       Growing Number of M&As

8.3.4       Rising Adoption of Lithium-ion, Nickel-Zinc, and Fuel Cells

8.3.5       Increase in Modular Data Center Deployment

 

9              Data Center Construction Market In US

9.1          Market Overview

9.2          Market Size & Forecast

9.3          Five Forces Analysis

9.3.1       Threat of New Entrants

9.3.2       Bargaining Power of Suppliers

9.3.3       Bargaining Power of Buyers

9.3.4       Threat of Substitutes

9.3.5       Competitive Rivalry

 

10           US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type

10.1        Regional Snapshot & Growth Engine by Facility

10.2        RegionalSnapshot & Growth Engine by Area

10.3        Regional Snapshot & Growth Engine by Power Capacity

10.4        Small Data Centers

10.4.1     Market Overview

10.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

10.5        Medium Data Center

10.5.1     Market Overview

10.5.2     Market Size & Forecast

10.6        Hyperscale Data Center

10.6.1     Market Overview

10.6.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

11           US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure

11.1        Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

11.2        Electrical Infrastructure

11.2.1     Market Overview

11.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

11.3        Mechanical Infrastructure

11.3.1     Market Overview

11.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

11.4        General Construction

11.4.1     Market Overview

11.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

12           US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure

12.1        Market Segment Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.2        UPS systems

12.2.1     Market Overview

12.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

12.3        Generators

12.3.1     Market Overview

12.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

12.4        Transfer Switches & Switchgears

12.4.1     Market Overview

12.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

12.5        Rack PDU

12.5.1     Market Overview

12.5.2     Market Size & Forecast

12.6        Other Electrical Infrastructure

12.6.1     Market Overview

12.6.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

13           US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure

13.1        Market segment Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.2        Cooling Systems

13.2.1     Market Overview

13.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

13.3        Racks

13.3.1     Market Overview

13.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

13.4        Other mechanical Infrastructure

13.4.1     Market Overview

13.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

14           US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems

14.1        Market Segment Snapshot & Growth Engine

14.2        CRAC & CRAH Units

14.2.1     Market Overview

14.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

14.3        Chiller Units

14.3.1     Market Overview

14.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

14.4        Cooling Towers & Dry coolers

14.4.1     Market Overview

14.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

14.5        Economizers & Evaporative coolers

14.5.1     Market Overview

14.5.2     Market Size & Forecast

14.6        Other Cooling Units

14.6.1     Market Overview

14.6.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

15           US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Technique

15.1        Market Segment Snapshot & Growth Engine

15.2        Air-Based Cooling Techniques

15.2.1     Market Overview

15.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

15.3        Liquid-based cooling techniques

15.3.1     Market Overview

15.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

16           US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction

16.1        Market Segment Snapshot & Growth Engine

16.2        Building Development

16.2.1     Market Overview

16.2.2     Market Size & Forecast

16.3        Installation & Commissioning services

16.3.1     Market Overview

16.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

16.4        Building Design

16.4.1     Market Overview

16.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

16.5        Physical Security

16.5.1     Market Overview

16.5.2     Market Size & Forecast

16.6        DCIM

16.6.1     Market Overview

16.6.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

17           US Data Center Construction Market by Tier Standards

17.1        Market segment snapshot & Growth Engine

17.2        Overview of Tier Standards

17.3        Tier I and II

17.3.1     Market Overview

17.3.2     Market Size & Forecast

17.4        Tier III

17.4.1     Market Overview

17.4.2     Market Size & Forecast

17.5        Tier IV

17.5.1     Market Overview

17.5.2     Market Size & Forecast

 

18           US Data Center Construction Market by Geography

18.1        Regional Snapshot & Growth Engine by Investment

18.2        RegionalSnapshot & Growth Engine by Area

18.3        Regional Snapshot & Growth Engine by Power Capacity

 

19           South Eastern US

19.1        Market Overview

19.2        Market Size & Forecast by Investment

19.3        Electricity Pricing in South Eastern US

19.4        Market Size & Forecast by Area

19.5        Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity

19.6        South Eastern US Data Center Construction Market By Infrastructure

19.6.1     Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

19.6.2     Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

19.6.3     General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

20           South WesternUS

20.1        Market Overview

20.2        Market Size & Forecast by Investment

20.3        Market Size & Forecast by Area

20.4        Electricity Pricing in South Western US

20.5        Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity

20.6        South Western US Data Center Construction Market By Infrastructure

20.6.1     Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20.6.2     Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20.6.3     General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

21           Mid-WesternUS

21.1        Market Overview

21.2        Market Size & Forecast by Investment

21.3        Market Size & Forecast by Area

21.4        Electricity Pricing in Mid-Western US

21.5        Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity

21.6        Mid-Western US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure

21.6.1     Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21.6.2     Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21.6.3     General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

22           Western US

22.1        Market Overview

22.2        Market Size & Forecast by Investment

22.3        Market Size & Forecast by Area

22.4        Electricity Pricing in Western US

22.5        Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity

22.6        Western US Data Center Construction Market By Infrastructure

22.6.1     Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22.6.2     Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22.6.3     General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

23           North Eastern US

23.1        Market Overview

23.2        Market Size & Forecast by Investment

23.3        Market Size & Forecast by Area

23.4        Electricity Pricing in North Eastern US

23.5        Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity

23.6        North Eastern US Data Center Construction Market By Infrastructure

23.6.1     Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

23.6.2     Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

23.6.3     General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

24           Competitive Landscape

24.1        Competitive Scenario

24.1.1     Electrical Infrastructure

24.1.2     Mechanical Infrastructure

24.1.3     General Construction

 

25           Key Construction Contractors

25.1        AECOM

25.1.1     Overview

25.1.2     Service Offerings

25.2        Corgan

25.2.1     Overview

25.2.2     Service Offerings

25.3        DPR Construction

25.3.1     Overview

25.3.2     Service Offerings

25.3.3     Key News

25.4        Holder Construction

25.4.1     Overview

25.4.2     Service Offerings

25.5        Jacobs Engineering Group

25.5.1     Overview

25.5.2     Service Offerings

25.6        Syska Hennessy Group

25.6.1     Overview

25.6.2     Service Offerings

25.7        Turner Construction

25.7.1     Overview

25.7.2     Service Offerings

 

26           Key Infrastructure Providers

26.1        ABB

26.1.1     Overview

26.1.2     Product Offerings

26.1.3     Key News

26.2        Airedale Air Conditioning

26.2.1     Overview

26.2.2     Product Offerings

26.2.3     Key News

26.3        Eaton

26.3.1     Overview

26.3.2     Product Offerings

26.3.3     Key News

26.4        Schneider Electric

26.4.1     Overview

26.4.2     Product Offerings

26.4.3     Key News

26.5        Stulz

26.5.1     Overview

26.5.2     Product Offerings

26.5.3     Key News

26.6        Vertiv

26.6.1     Overview

26.6.2     Product Offerings

26.6.3     Key News

 

27           Key Data Center Investors

27.1        Apple

27.1.1     Overview

27.1.2     Product and Service Offerings

27.1.3     Key News

27.2        COPT Data Center Solutions

27.2.1     Overview

27.2.2     Service Offerings

27.2.3     Key News

27.3        Cyrusone

27.3.1     Overview

27.3.2     Service Offerings

27.3.3     Key News

27.4        Digital Realty

27.4.1     Overview

27.4.2     Service Offerings

27.4.3     Key News

27.5        Equinix

27.5.1     Overview

27.5.2     Service Offerings

27.5.3     Key News

27.6        Facebook

27.6.1     Overview

27.6.2     Service Offerings

27.6.3     Key News

27.7        Google

27.7.1     Overview

27.7.2     Service Offerings

27.7.3     Key News

27.8        Microsoft

27.8.1     Overview

27.8.2     Product & Service Offerings

27.8.3     Key News

27.9        Stream Data Center

27.9.1     Overview

27.9.2     Service Offerings

27.9.3     Key News

27.9.4     Key News

27.10     Vantage Data Center

27.10.1  Overview

27.10.2  Service Offerings

27.10.3  Key News

 

28           Prominent Construction Contractors

28.1        Balfour Beatty US

28.1.1     Overview

28.1.2     Service Offerings

28.2        Bluescope Construction

28.2.1     Overview

28.2.2     Service offerings

28.3        Clune Construction

28.3.1     Overview

28.3.2     Service Offerings

28.4        Fluor Corporation

28.4.1     Overview

28.4.2     Service Offerings

28.5        Fortis Construction

28.5.1     Overview

28.5.2     Service Offerings

28.5.3     Key News

28.6        Gensler

28.6.1     Overview

28.6.2     Service Offerings

28.7        Gilbane Building Co.

28.7.1     Overview

28.7.2     Service Offerings

28.8        HDR

28.8.1     Overview

28.8.2     Service Offerings

28.9        Hensel Phelps

28.9.1     Overview

28.9.2     Service Offerings

28.10      Hitt Contracting

28.10.1  Overview

28.10.2  Service Offerings

28.11      Hoffman Construction

28.11.1  Overview

28.11.2  Service Offerings

28.12      JE DUNN CONSTRUCTION

28.12.1  Overview

28.12.2  Service Offerings

28.13      MORRISON HERSHFIELD

28.13.1  Overview

28.13.2  Service Offerings

28.14      Mortenson Construction

28.14.1  Overview

28.14.2  Service Offerings

28.15      Rogers-O'brien Construction

28.15.1  Overview

28.15.2  Service Offerings

28.16      Structure Tone

28.16.1  Overview

28.16.2  Service Offerings

28.17      Walsh Group

28.17.1  Overview

28.17.2  Service Offerings

28.18      Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.

28.18.1  Overview

28.18.2  Service Offerings

 

29           Prominent Infrastructure Providers

29.1        Altima Technologies (Netzoom)

29.1.1     Overview

29.1.2     Product Offerings

29.2        ASETEK

29.2.1     Overview

29.2.2     Product Offerings

29.2.3     Key News

29.3        Bloom Energy

29.3.1     Overview

29.3.2     Product Offerings

29.4        Caterpillar

29.4.1     Overview

29.4.2     Product Offerings

29.5        Cormant

29.5.1     Overview

29.5.2     Product Offerings

29.6        Cummins

29.6.1     Overview

29.6.2     Product Offerings

29.7        Cyber Power Systems

29.7.1     Overview

29.7.2     Product Offerings

29.8        Data Aire

29.8.1     Overview

29.8.2     Product Offerings

29.9        Delta Group

29.9.1     Overview

29.9.2     Product Offerings

29.10      FNT

29.10.1  Overview

29.10.2  Product Offerings

29.11      Generac Power Systems

29.11.1  Overview

29.11.2  Product Offerings

29.11.3  Key News

29.12      Green Revolution Cooling

29.12.1  Overview

29.12.2  Product Offerings

29.13      Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

29.13.1  Overview

29.13.2  Product Offerings

29.14      Highpower

29.14.1  Overview

29.14.2  Product Offerings

29.15      Hitec Power Protection

29.15.1  Overview

29.15.2  Product Offerings

29.16      Legrand

29.16.1  Overview

29.16.2  Product Offerings

29.17      Nlyte Software

29.17.1  Overview

29.17.2  Product Offerings

29.18      Nortek Humidity (Condair Group)

29.18.1  Overview

29.18.2  Product Offerings

29.19      MITSUBISHI

29.19.1  Overview

29.19.2  Product Offerings

29.20      MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)

29.20.1  Overview

29.20.2  Product Offerings

29.21      Rittal

29.21.1  Overview

29.21.2  Product Offerings

29.22      Trane (Ingersoll Rand)

29.22.1  Overview

29.22.2  Product Offerings

29.23      Tripp Lite

29.23.1  Overview

29.23.2  Product Offerings

 

30           Prominent Data Center Investors

30.1        Coresite Realty Corp

30.1.1     Overview

30.1.2     Service offerings

30.1.3     Key News

30.2        Databank

30.2.1     Overview

30.2.2     Service Offerings

30.2.3     Key News

30.3        DC BLOX

30.3.1     Overview

30.3.2     Service Offerings

30.3.3     Key News

30.4        Edgeconnex

30.4.1     Overview

30.4.2     Service Offerings

30.4.3     Key News

30.5        H5 Data Center

30.5.1     Overview

30.5.2     Service Offerings

30.5.3     Key News

30.6        Quality Technology Services

30.6.1     Overview

30.6.2     Service Offerings

30.6.3     Key News

30.7        Ragingwire Data Center (NTT)

30.7.1     Overview

30.7.2     Service Offerings

30.7.3     Key News

30.8        Sabey Data Center

30.8.1     Overview

30.8.2     Service Offerings

30.8.3     Key News

30.9        Tierpoint

30.9.1     Overview

30.9.2     Service Offerings

30.9.3     Key News

30.10      T5 Data Centers

30.10.1  Overview

30.10.2  Service Offerings

30.10.3  Key News

 

31           Report Summary

31.1        Key Takeaways

31.2        Quantitative Summary

31.2.1     Overall Market

31.2.2     US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type

31.2.3     US Data Center Construction Market by Small Data Center

31.2.4     US Data Center Construction Market by Medium Data Center

31.2.5     US Data Center Construction Market by Hyperscale Data Center

31.2.6     US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure

31.2.7     US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure

31.2.8     US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure

31.2.9     US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems

31.2.10  US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Technique

31.2.11  US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction

31.2.12  US Data Center Construction Market by Tier Standards

31.2.13  Regional Market by Investment

31.2.14  Regional Market by Area

31.2.15  Regional Market by Power Capacity

31.2.16  Market by Southeast Eastern US

31.2.17  South Eastern US Market by Infrastructure

31.2.18  Market by Southeast Western US

31.2.19  South Western US Market by Infrastructure

31.2.20  Market by Mid-Western US

31.2.21  Mid-Western US Market by Infrastructure

31.2.22  Market by Western US

31.2.23  Mid-Western US Market by Infrastructure

31.2.24  Market by North Eastern US

31.2.25  North Eastern US Market by Infrastructure

 

32           Appendix

32.1        Abbreviations

               

 

List of Exhibits               

Exhibit 1               Segmentation of US Data Center Construction Market

Exhibit 2               Market Size Calculation Approach 2018

Exhibit 3               Rack Power Density in Data Center Market in US (2010–2024)

Exhibit 4               Increased Demand for Cloud-based Services

Exhibit 5               Growing Investment from Colocation Providers

Exhibit 6               Growing Construction of Green Facilities

Exhibit 7               Increasing Demand for Edge Data Centers

Exhibit 8               Tax Incentives Attracts Investment in Specific States

Exhibit 9               Impact of Growing Market Consolidation

Exhibit 10             Impact of Increase in Power Outages & Power Consumption

Exhibit 11             Impact of Location Constraints for Data Center Construction

Exhibit 12             Impact of Rising Water Consumption by Data Centers

Exhibit 13             Water Consumption Growth by Data Centers

Exhibit 14             Impact of Automation & Artificial Intelligence in Data Centers

Exhibit 15             Impact of Rising Renewable Procurement to Power Data Centers

Exhibit 16             Renewable Energy Achieved by the Hyperscale Data Centers

Exhibit 17             Renewable Energy Purchased by the Hyperscale Data Centers

Exhibit 18             Impact of Growing Number of M&As

Exhibit 19             Impact of Rising Adoption of Lithium-ion, Nickel-Zinc, and Fuel Cells

Exhibit 20             Impact of Increase in Modular Facility Deployment

Exhibit 21             US Data Center Construction Market 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 22             US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 23             US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 24             Five Forces Analysis 2018

Exhibit 25             Investment Incremental Growth by Facility 2018−2024

Exhibit 26             Area Incremental Growth by Facility 2018−2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 27             Power Capacity Incremental Growth by Facility 2018−2024 (MW)

Exhibit 28             Small US Data Center Construction Market 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 29             Market by Area 2018-2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 30             Market by Power Capacity 2018-2024 (MW)

Exhibit 31             Medium US Data Center Construction Market 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 32             Market in US by Area 2018-2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 33             Market in US by Power Capacity 2018-2024 (MW)

Exhibit 34             HyperscaleUS Data Center Construction Market ($ billion)

Exhibit 35             Market in US by Area (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 36             Market in US by Power Capacity (MW)

Exhibit 37             Incremental Growth by Infrastructure 2018−2024

Exhibit 38             Electrical Infrastructure Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 39             Mechanical Infrastructure Market in US 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 40             General Construction Market in US 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 41             Incremental Growth by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024

Exhibit 42             UPS Systems Market in US 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 43             Generators Market in US 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 44             Transfer Switches & Switchgears Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 45             Rack PDU Market in US 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 46             Other Electrical Infrastructure Market in US 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 47             Incremental Growth by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024

Exhibit 48             Cooling Systems Market in US 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 49             Rack Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 50             Other Mechanical Infrastructure Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 51             Incremental Growth by Cooling Systems 2018–2024

Exhibit 52             CRAC and CRAH Units Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 53             Chiller Units Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 54             Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 55             Economizers & Evaporative Coolers Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 56             Other Cooling Units Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 57             Incremental Growth by Cooling Technique 2018–2024

Exhibit 58             Air-based Cooling Techniques Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 59             Liquid-based Cooling Techniques Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 60             Incremental Growth by General Construction 2018–2024

Exhibit 61             Building Development Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 62             Installation & Commissioning Services Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 63             Building Design Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 64             Physical Security Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 65             DCIM Market in US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 66             Incremental Growth by Tier Standards 2018–2024

Exhibit 67             Tier I & Tier II US Data Center Construction Market 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 68             Tier III US Data Center Construction Market 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 69             Tier IV US Data Center Construction Market 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 70             Investment Incremental Growth by Region 2018–2024

Exhibit 71             Area Incremental Growth by Region 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 72             Power Capacity Incremental Growth by Region 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 73             Data Center Construction Market in South Eastern US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 74             Electricity Pricing in South Eastern US 2017 & 2018 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 75             Market in South Eastern US by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 76             Market in South Eastern US by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 77             Market in South Eastern US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 78             Market in South Eastern US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 79             Market in South Eastern US by General Construction 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 80             Data Center Construction Market in South Western US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 81             Market in South Western US by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 82             Electricity Pricing in South Western US 2017–2018 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 83             Market in South Western US by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 84             Market in South Western US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 85             Market in South Western US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 86             Market in South Western US by General Construction 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 87             Data Center Construction Market in Mid-Western US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 88             Market in Mid-Western US by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 89             Electricity Pricing in Mid-Western US 2017-2018 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 90             Market in Mid-Western US by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 91             Market in Mid-Western US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 92             Market in Mid-Western US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 93             Market in Mid-Western US by General Construction 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 94             Data Center Construction Market in Western US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 95             Market in Western US by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 96             Electrical Pricing  in Western US 2017-2018 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 97             Data Center Construction Market in Western US by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 98             Market in Western US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 99             Market in Western US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 100          Market in Western US by General Construction 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 101          Market in North Eastern US 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 102          Market in North Eastern US by Area 2018–2024 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 103          Electrical Pricing in North Eastern US 2017–2018 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 104          Data Center Construction Market in North Eastern US by Power Capacity 2018–2024 (MW)

Exhibit 105          Market in North Eastern US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 106          Market in North Eastern US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 107          Market in North Eastern US by General Construction 2018–2024 ($ billion)

               

List of Tables

Table 1                  Key Caveats

Table 2                  Currency Conversion 2013−2018

Table 3                  M&A Activities in 2018

Table 4                  US Data Center Construction Market 2018-2024

Table 5                  US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 6                  US Data Center Construction Market by Area & Facility Type 2018-2024 (Million Square Feet)

Table 7                  US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity & Facility Type 2018-2024 (MW)

Table 8                  Small Data Center Construction Market in US 2018-2024

Table 9                  Medium Data Center Construction Market in US 2018-2024

Table 10                Hyperscale Data Center Construction Market in US 2018-2024

Table 11                Market in US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 12                Market in US by Electrical Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 13                Market in US by Mechanical Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 14                Market in US by Cooling Systems 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 15                Market in US by Cooling Technique 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 16                Market in US by General Construction 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 17                Market in US by Tier Standards 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 18                Market in US by Regions 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 19                Market in US by Area 2018-2024 (Million Square Feet)

Table 20                Market in US by Power Capacity 2018-2024 (MW)

Table 21                Market in South Eastern US 2018-2024

Table 22                Market in South Eastern US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 23                Market in South Western US 2018-2024

Table 24                Market in South Western US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 25                Market in Mid-Western US 2018-2024

Table 26                Market in Mid-Western US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 27                Market in Western US 2018-2024

Table 28                Market in Western US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

Table 29                Market in North Eastern US 2018-2024

Table 30                Market in Western US by Infrastructure 2018-2024 ($ billion)

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