U.S. Data Center Construction Market - Industry Outlook & Forecast 2024-2029

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THE U.S. DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET SIZE WAS VALUED AT USD 24.59 BILLION IN 2023 AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH USD 47.72 BILLION BY 2029, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 11.69%.

The U.S. Data Center Construction Market Research Report Includes Size, Share, and Growth in Terms of

  • Facility Type: Hyperscale Data Centers, Colocation Data Centers, and Enterprise Data Centers
  • Infrastructure: Electrical Infrastructure, Mechanical Infrastructure, and General Construction
  • Electrical Infrastructure: UPS Systems, Generators, Transfer Switches & Switchgear, PDUs, and Other Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure: Cooling Systems, Racks, and Other Mechanical Infrastructure
  • Cooling Systems: CRAC & CRAH Units, Chiller Units, Cooling Towers, Condensers, & Dry Coolers, Economizer & Evaporative Coolers, and Other Cooling Units
  • Cooling Techniques: Air-based Cooling and Liquid-based Cooling
  • General Construction: Core & Shell Development, Installation & Commissioning Services, Engineering & Building Design, Fire Detection & Suppression, Physical Security, and DCIM/ BMS Solutions
  • Tier Standards: Tier I & II, Tier III, and Tier IV
  • Geography: Southeastern U.S., Midwestern U.S., Southwestern U.S., Western U.S., and Northeastern U.S.

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THE U.S. DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET REPORT SCOPE

REPORT ATTRIBUTEDETAILS
MARKET SIZE - INVESTMENT (2029)USD 47.72 Billion
MARKET SIZE - INVESTMENT (2023)USD 24.59 Billion
CAGR - INVESTMENT (2023-2029)11.69%
MARKET SIZE - AREA (2029)24.30 Million Square Feet
POWER CAPACITY (2029)4,563 MW
HISTORIC YEAR2020-2022
BASE YEAR2023
FORECAST YEAR2024-2029
MARKET SEGMENTSFacility Type, Infrastructure, Electrical Infrastructure, Mechanical Infrastructure, Cooling Systems, Cooling Techniques, General Construction, Tier Standard, and Geography
REGIONAL ANALYSISSoutheastern U.S., Midwestern U.S., Southwestern U.S., Western U.S., and Northeastern U.S.
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MARKET OVERVIEW

The U.S. data center construction market by investment was valued at USD 24.59 billion in 2023 and is expected to reach USD 47.72 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 11.69% during the forecast period. With the increasing demand for data storage and processing, major companies are investing heavily in expanding and upgrading data center facilities. Cloud computing, edge computing, and digital transformation are driving this growth, with emerging technologies, including 5G, IoT, and AI, further augmenting the importance of data centers. Moreover, the U.S. data center construction market is experiencing robust growth. This dynamic market presents opportunities for investors and stakeholders as data center construction continues to evolve and expand.

Some of the preferred locations by operators in the U.S. data center construction market include Virginia, California, Texas, Illinois, Oregon, Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, and Ohio. Northern Virginia, Chicago, and Texas were the leading states in data center investments in 2023 owing to the major investments by hyperscalers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Google, and Meta (Facebook).

Higher available power capacity exists in regions outside Northern Virginia, particularly Central Virginia. This will generate opportunities for developers and operators to expand their data center projects along Interstate 95, stretching from Fredericksburg to Richmond. Furthermore, the potential for increased development exists in Maryland and the other nearby countries in Virginia. Also, Silicon Valley's land prices have significantly risen in the past five years. There’s a shortage of available land, and the rental rates are higher than in other major North American markets.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • The U.S. data center construction market is booming due to demand from hyperscale companies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) needs, and the growth of edge computing. To keep up with AI demands, data center operators are adjusting their infrastructure and developing innovative cooling and energy efficiency solutions to meet sustainability targets.
  • Supply chain disruptions, increasing inflation rates, a shortage of skilled workers, and power restraints are estimated to negatively impact the U.S. data center construction market.
  • High demand for data center capacity was fueled by hyperscale companies, financial institutions, healthcare organizations, and various major corporations, all accounting for an unprecedented power capacity volume in the market.
  • The U.S. government will promote data center investments through various initiatives such as increasing the availability of land for development, reducing electricity tariffs, offering sales and tax incentives, and enabling the procurement of renewable energy. Such initiatives will drive the growth of the U.S. data center construction market during the forecast period.
  • Digitalization across businesses will contribute to a surge in data center investments by colocation, cloud, internet, and telecommunication providers. Telecom companies, such as AT&T, T-Mobile, CenturyLink, and Qualcomm, are responsible for deploying and introducing 5G services in the U.S.
  • The Texas data center market is becoming competitive. It is witnessing the entry of several colocation and hyperscale operators developing data center facilities in the state.
  • The U.S. market is among the costliest for developing a data center facility. The average cost ranges between USD 10 million and USD 11 million per MW, and it is likely to increase by 5%- 7% year over year. 
  • The core submarkets are witnessing land and power constraints, limiting the opportunities for new companies to enter the market. However, several new submarkets, including Aurora and Elk Grove Village, are preferred.

SEGMENTATION INSIGHTS

  • Modular power infrastructure in data centers is expected to result in cost savings over time. These systems are more efficient, leading to space savings and the need for less maintenance.
  • The major power supply companies, such as Dominion Energy and NOVEC (Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative), are meeting the growing power demand for data centers in North Virginia. Due to the rising construction of data centers, these power companies have recommended developing their own substations to power their data center campuses.   
  • Due to its sustainability, the use of HVO fuel as a substitute for diesel fuel in generators is expected to increase in the U.S. data center construction market. Several operators are replacing diesel with HVO fuel to power their backup generators.
  • Real-time monitoring software with automation and AI features is becoming increasingly significant. This technology can predict maintenance needs, identify component failures, and perform automatic switchovers to ensure uninterrupted operations. 
  • Several new and innovative power and cooling systems have been introduced in the U.S. data center construction market, focusing on sustainability. Infrastructure providers are focusing more on developing products with reduced environmental impact.  
  • Cooling techniques such as evaporative coolers are rising in regions with favorable climates to effectively cool data centers.
  • In addition to building and setting up data centers, the company focuses on enhancing physical security and monitoring and managing facilities using a real-time Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) system.

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

  • North Virginia is considered the world's data center capital, accounting for the highest concentration of data center facilities. The market has the presence of all the major colocation and hyperscale data center operators.
  • Loudoun County, one of the major locations in Northern Virginia, is considered for the development of data center facilities. Other emerging locations include Prince William County, Culpeper County, and Fairfax County.
  • Texas is considered the second-largest data center market in the US. It comprises several major locations, such as Dallas, Austin, Irving, San Antonio, and Houston. Also, the major colocation and hyperscale operators prefer the market due to strong connectivity, renewable energy options, and tax incentives. The market has several foreign trade zones (FTZs), special economic zones (SEZs), and industrial parks that offer incentives and tax reliefs.
  • California, often referred to as Silicon Valley, comprises several cities such as Santa Clara, San Jose, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento. It is among the top three data center markets in the United States. Further, the California data center market has historically grown much slower than other primary markets, such as Virginia and Texas, due to constrained power supply and the difficulty of acquiring land and sites for data center development. The trend is expected to continue during the forecast period. 
  • Arizona is among the most active and dynamic markets in terms of hyperscale demand and development. The state has the presence of Phoenix, Mesa, Goodyear, and Chandler, which are witnessing several data center development activities. Further, Phoenix is the top market in Arizona and is considered an alternative location to California due to higher development costs, power availability challenges, and higher disaster risk in California. Hyperscale activity is increasing and is poised to grow more during the forecast period.
  • Illinois has become a hub for data centers in the last three to four years, with the major locations including Chicago, Elk Grove Village, DeKalb, and Aurora. Also, Chicago is among the most populous cities in the U.S.; it benefits from its size, strategic location, and the demand from Cloud Service Providers (CSP). The Chicago market is experiencing sustained demand due to the rising interest from the major hyperscale and cloud operators that prefer proximity to end users.
  • Georgia is attracting investments from hyperscale data center operators such as Microsoft and Meta (Facebook). Atlanta is among the preferred locations, followed by Lithia Springs and Douglasville, among others. 
  • Historically, Atlanta was considered a Tier II data center market; this scenario has changed in the last two to three years. The market has witnessed a surge in leasing activity and accounts for several future construction projects owing to the availability of land and power to attract data center operators.
  • The Oregon data center market is registering the fastest growth. The state has emerged as a future hot spot for hyperscale data center development. The market has a presence in several locations, such as Portland and Hillsboro. Also, the factors attracting data center investments include abundant power, a favorable cost environment, business-friendly tax policies, and favorable climatic conditions to keep the servers cool using free cooling.
  • The availability of land for data center development in Hillsboro is becoming a major constraint due to increasing hyperscale activity. Due to power and land availability, operators are slated to shift to other submarkets, such as Forest Grove.
  • New York and New Jersey are among the top data center markets in the Northeast region. However, the two states are not slated to witness any hyperscale development owing to space constraints in building hyperscale facilities, especially in regions with traditionally high demand. 
  • The data center construction and expansion activities are estimated to occur in the two states' large-scale colocation facilities.
  • Edge data center facilities are expected to grow significantly in this region in the coming years, especially in locations with space constraints.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

  • The rising demand for data centers nationwide will provide significant opportunities for construction contractors to generate revenue. Some well-known construction contractors in the U.S. data center construction market include AECOM, Arup, Jacobs Turner Construction, DPR Construction, Holder Construction, and Cargan.
  • The U.S. data center construction market has the presence of all the major global colocation operators, including Equinix, Digital Realty, QTS Realty Trust, CyrusOne, Aligned Data Center, DataBank, Iron Mountain, Vantage Data Centers, NTT DATA, and STACK Infrastructure. 
  • The major hyperscale operators investing in the U.S. data center construction market include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Meta (Facebook), and Google. They are expanding their presence across all the top data center destinations in the US.
  • The U.S. data center construction market witnessed the entry of several new players, such as Corscale Data Centers, Crane Data Centers, Edged Energy, Rowan Digital Infrastructure, NE Edge, and Quantum Loophole. The entry of new operators is likely to disrupt the market share and presence in a particular market, leading to growth in competition.
  • Despite the presence of all the major operators, several new companies are developing significant data center campuses in the Northern Virginia area. PowerHouse Data Centers and Corescale Data Centers are developing huge data center facilities across Virginia.
  • Skybox Datacenters is one of the major operators in the Texas data center market. It is developing several data center campuses and facilities, including facilities in partnership with Prologis and Bandera Ventures.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the key trends in the U.S. data center construction market?

Operators making efforts to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly, 5G enhancing the demand for edge data centers, adoption of advanced UPS batteries, rise in rack power density, and deployment of microgrids in data centers are some key trends in the U.S. data center construction market.

What is the growth rate of the U.S. data center construction market?

The U.S. data center construction market share by investment is growing at a CAGR of 11.69% from 2023-2029.

How big is the U.S. data center construction market?

The U.S. data center construction market size by investment was valued at USD 24.59 billion in 2023 and is expected to reach USD 47.72 billion by 2029.

What is the estimated market size in terms of area in the U.S. data center construction market by 2029?

Regarding area, the U.S. data center construction market is expected to reach 24.30 million square feet by 2029.

How many MW of power capacity is expected to reach the U.S. data center construction market by 2029?

In the U.S. data center construction market, power capacity is expected to reach 4,563 MW by 2029.

The U.S. data center construction market by investment will reach USD 47.72 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 11.69% from 2023 to 2029.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. data center construction market during the forecast period:

  • Significant Development of Data Center Facilities
  • Ongoing Investments by Hyperscale Operators in the U.S.
  • Rise in M&A and Joint Venture Activities
  • Tax and Sales Incentives a Major Boost for U.S. Data Center Construction Market
  • Increase in the Adoption of Cloud-Based Services and the Shift From On-Premises to Cloud Platforms
  • Enhanced Connectivity Driving Growth in the Data Center Market
  • Data Centers Becoming More Important Due to Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)

Base Year: 2023

Forecast Year: 2024-2029

The study considers the present scenario of the U.S. data center construction market and its market dynamics for 2024−2029. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

The report includes the investment in the following areas: 

Facility Type

  • Hyperscale Data Centers
  • Colocation Data Centers
  • Enterprise Data Centers

Infrastructure

  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Construction

Electrical Infrastructure

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgear
  • PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure

Cooling Systems

  • CRAC & CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Cooling Towers, Condensers, & Dry Coolers
  • Economizer & Evaporative Coolers
  • Other Cooling Units

Cooling Techniques

  • Air-based Cooling
  • Liquid-based Cooling

General Construction

  • Core & Shell Development
  • Installation & Commissioning Services
  • Engineering & Building Design
  • Fire Detection & Suppression
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM/ BMS Solutions

Tier Standards

  • Tier I & II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

Geography

United States

  • Southeastern U.S.
    • Virginia
    • Georgia
    • Tennessee
    • Florida
    • Alabama
    • Other States
  • Midwestern U.S.
    • Ohio
    • Illinois
    • Nebraska
    • Missouri
    • Iowa
    • Other States
  • Southwestern U.S.
    • Texas
    • Arizona
    • Other States
  • Western U.S.
    • California
    • Nevada
    • Utah
    • Oregon
    • Other States
  • Northeastern U.S.
    • New Jersey
    • Pennsylvania
    • New York
    • Connecticut
    • Other States

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

  • ABB
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Delta Electronics
  • Eaton
  • Legrand
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv

Key Data Center Contractors

  • AECOM
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Arup
  • Corgan
  • DPR Construction
  • Fortis Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Jacobs
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction

Key Data Center Investors

  • Apple
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • CyrusOne
  • DataBank
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Google
  • Meta (Facebook)
  • Microsoft
  • NTT DATA

Other Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

  • Airedale
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Alfa Laval
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Carrier
  • Condair
  • Cormant
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Enlogic
  • FNT Software
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • Johnson Controls
  • KOHLER
  • KyotoCooling
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Natron Energy
  • NetZoom
  • Nlyte Software
  • Rittal
  • Siemens
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Yanmar (HIMOINSA)
  • ZincFive

Other Data Center Contractors

  • AlfaTech
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • BlueScope Construction
  • Brasfield & Gorrie
  • CallisonRTKL
  • Clark Construction Group
  • Climatec
  • Clune Construction
  • EMCOR Group
  • EYP MCF
  • Fitzpatrick Architects
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • HDR
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • JHET Architects
  • kW Engineering
  • WSP (kW Mission Critical Engineering)
  • Linesight
  • M+W Group (Exyte)
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson
  • Rosendin
  • Salute Mission Critical
  • Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects
  • Skanska
  • Southland Industries
  • Sturgeon Electric Company
  • Structure Tone
  • The Mulhern Group
  • The Walsh Group
  • The Weitz Company
  • TRINITY Group Construction

Other Data Center Investors

  • Aligned Data Centers
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • American Tower
  • AUBix
  • CloudHQ
  • Cologix
  • Compass Datacenters
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite
  • DartPoints
  • DC BLOX
  • Edge Centres
  • EdgeConneX
  • EdgePresence
  • EdgeCore Digital Infrastructure
  • Element Critical
  • Evoque
  • Flexential
  • fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547)
  • H5 Data Centers
  • HostDime
  • Iron Mountain
  • Netrality Data Centers
  • Novva Data Centers
  • PowerHouse Data Centers
  • Prime Data Centers
  • QTS Realty Trust
  • Sabey Data Centers
  • Skybox Datacenters
  • Stream Data Centers
  • STACK Infrastructure
  • Switch
  • T5 Data Centers
  • TierPoint
  • Vantage Data Centers
  • Vapor IO
  • Yondr
  • 365 Data Centers

New Entrants

  • Corscale Data Centers
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • Crane Data Centers
  • Edged Energy
  • NE Edge
  • Quantum Loophole
  • Rowan Digital Infrastructure

Exhibit 1: Market Derivation
Exhibit 2: US Data Center Construction Market Snapshot by Primary Markets
Exhibit 3: US Data Center Construction Market Snapshot by Secondary Markets
Exhibit 4: Data Center Construction Cost in US $/watt (2023)
Exhibit 5: Data Center Construction Cost Across the World $/watt(2023)
Exhibit 6: Power Purchase Agreement of Several Operators across Several States in the US
Exhibit 7: Factors Leadimg to Delayed Data Center Projects
Exhibit 8: The Cost of Building Data Center Can be Segmented into Four Categories.
Exhibit 9: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type
Exhibit 10: Impact of Key Driving Factors 2023 & 2029
Exhibit 11: Sustainability across the Data Center Lifestyle
Exhibit 12: Key Considerations While Designing a Data Center Facility
Exhibit 13: Sustainability Goals by Some of the Hyperscale and Colocation Operators
Exhibit 14: Types of Edge Data Centers and their Deployment
Exhibit 15: Benefits of Edge Computing
Exhibit 16: Connecting at the Edge.
Exhibit 17: Use Cases of Edge Computing
Exhibit 18: Lithium-ion Batteries Vs VRLA
Exhibit 19: TCO: VRLA Vs Lithium-ion Vs Nickel Zinc
Exhibit 20: Structure of Microgrid
Exhibit 21: Benefits of Using Microgrid
Exhibit 22: Benefits of AI Powered Data Centers
Exhibit 23: Leveraging AI by the Data Center Operators
Exhibit 24: Americans’ Feelings Toward Increased Use of AI Programs in Daily Life (% of Total), 2022
Exhibit 25: Impact of Key Growth Enablers 2023 & 2029
Exhibit 26: Cloud Service Providers
Exhibit 27: Benefits of On-Premises to Cloud Migration
Exhibit 28: Use of Big Data and IoT across Several Industries
Exhibit 29: Impact of Key Restraints 2023 & 2029
Exhibit 30: Overall Data Center Supply Chain Experience over the past Six Months
Exhibit 31: Data Center Construction Supply Chain Performace over the Past 12 Months
Exhibit 32: Key Takeaways from the Survey Conducted by Turner & Townsend in 2023
Exhibit 33: Data Center Construction Cost 2021-2023 ($/Watt)
Exhibit 34: Data Center Construction Industry Experiencing the Greatest Shortage of Skills
Exhibit 35: Retention of Staff 2023
Exhibit 36: Racial Identity and Gender Pay Gap in the US
Exhibit 37: Intoduction of AI to Reduce Data Center Staffing
Exhibit 38: Factors driving the Site Selection Criteria
Exhibit 39: Major Source of Data Cecnter Outage 2022 Vs 2023
Exhibit 40: Cost of Data Breache in the US (2023 vs 2022 vs 2021)
Exhibit 41: Cost of Data Breach by Top Industries
Exhibit 42: Edge Computing Security Strategies
Exhibit 43: Data Centers use Water for the Following Purposes
Exhibit 44: Global CO2 Emissions Generated by Sectors
Exhibit 45: Ranking of Data Center Types
Exhibit 46: Overview of US Data Center Construction Market
Exhibit 47: US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 48: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Investment 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 49: US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 50: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Area 2020–2029 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 51: US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 52: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 53: US Data Center Construction Market by Support Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 54: Support Infrastructure Split based on Type and Sub-segment
Exhibit 55: Market Share by Facility Type Investment 2023%
Exhibit 56: Market Share by Facility Type Area 2023%
Exhibit 57: Market Share by Facility Type Power Capacity 2023%
Exhibit 58: US Hyperscale Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 59: US Hyperscale Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 60: US Hyperscale Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 61: US Colocation Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 62: US Colocation Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 63: US Colocation Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 64: US Enterprise Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 65: US Enterprise Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 66: US Enterprise Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 67: Market Snapshot
Exhibit 68: US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 69: US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2023 &2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 70: US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 71: US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2023 & 2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 72: US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 73: US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction 2023 & 2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 74: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by Electrical Infrastructure (2024-2029)
Exhibit 75: Major Vendors
Exhibit 76: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure
Exhibit 77: US Data Center Construction Market by UPS Systems 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 78: US Data Center Construction Market by Generators 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 79: US Data Center Construction Market by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 80: US Data Center Construction Market by PDUs 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 81: US Data Center Construction Market by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 82: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by Mechanical Infrastructure (2024-2029)
Exhibit 83: Major Vendors
Exhibit 84: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure
Exhibit 85: US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 86: US Data Center Construction Market by Racks 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 87: Data Center Rack Cost
Exhibit 88: US Data Center Construction Market by Other Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 89: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by Cooling System (2024-2029)
Exhibit 90: Major Vendors
Exhibit 91: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems
Exhibit 92: US Data Center Construction Markert by CRAC & CRAH Units 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 93: CRAC vs CRAH in Data Centers
Exhibit 94: US Data Center Construction Market by Chiller Units 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 95: US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Towers, Condensers, and Dry Coolers 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 96: US Data Center Construction Market by Economizers & Evaporative Coolers 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 97: US Data Center Construction Market by Other Cooling Units 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 98: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by Cooling Techniques (2024-2029)
Exhibit 99: Major Vendors
Exhibit 100: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Techniques
Exhibit 101: US Data Center Construction Market by Air-Based Cooling 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 102: US Data Center Construction Market by Liquid-Based Cooling 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 103: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by General Construction (2024-2029)
Major Contractors and Physical Security and Fire Suppression Vendors
Exhibit 104: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction
Exhibit 105: US Data Center Construction Market by Core & Shell Development 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 106: US Data Center Construction Market by Installation & Commissioning Services 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 107: US Data Center Construction Market by Engineering & Building Design 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 108: US Data Center Construction Market by Fire Detection & Suppression 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 109: US Data Center Construction Market by Physical Security 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 110: US Data Center Construction Market by DCIM/BMS Solutions 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 111: Cumulative Investment Opportunities by Tier Standard (2024-2029)
Exhibit 112: US Data Center Construction Market by Tier Standard 2023 & 2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 113: US Data Center Construction Market by Tier I & II 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 114: US Data Center Construction Market by Tier III 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 115: US Data Center Construction Market by Tier IV 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 116: Overview of the US Data Center Construction Market based on Geography (2023)
Exhibit 117: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market Overview
Exhibit 118: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 119: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Investment 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 120: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 121: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 122: Electricity Pricing in Southeastern US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)
Exhibit 123: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 124: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 125: Some of the Power Purchase Agreement Signed by Data Center Operators in the Region
Exhibit 126: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 127: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 128: Southeastern US Data Center General Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 129: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market Overview
Exhibit 130: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 131: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 132: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 133: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 134: Electricity Pricing in Midwestern US 2023 & 2022 (Cents/kW)
Exhibit 135: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 136: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 137: Some of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) signed by Data Center Operators in the Region
Exhibit 138: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 139: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 140: Midwestern US Data Center General Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 141: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market Overview
Exhibit 142: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 143: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 144: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 145: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 146: Electricity Pricing in Southwestern US 2022 & 2023 (Cents/kW)
Exhibit 147: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 148: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 149: Some of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) Signed by Data Center Operators in the Region
Exhibit 150: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 151: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 152: Southwestern US Data Center General Construction Market 2029–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 153: Western US Data Center Construction Market Overview
Exhibit 154: Western US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 155: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Investment 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 156: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 157: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 158: Electricity Pricing in Western US 2022 & 2023 (Cents/kW)
Exhibit 159: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 160: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 161: Some of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) Signed by Data Center Operators in the Region
Exhibit 162: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 163: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 164: Western US Data Center Constriction Market by General Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 165: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market Overview
Exhibit 166: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 167: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Investment 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 168: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 169: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Area 2020–2029 (million square feet)
Exhibit 170: Electricity Pricing in Northeastern US 2022 & 2023 (Cents/kW)
Exhibit 171: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 172: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020–2029 (MW)
Exhibit 173: Some of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) Signed by Data Center/ Telecom Operators in the Region
Exhibit 174: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 175: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 176: Northeastern US Data Center General Construction Market 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Exhibit 177: Site Selection Criteria

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Comparison between Data Centers
Table 2: Data Center Equipment Lifespan
Table 3: Total Development Cost Example
Table 4: Data Center Rack Costs
Table 5: Data Center Facilities Mergers & Acquisitions / Sale in the US (2023)
Table 6: Data Center Companies Merger& Acquisition in the US (2023)
Table 7: Cloud Regions with Availability Zones.
Table 8: AWS– US Cloud Regions and Availability Zones
Table 9: Microsoft – US Cloud Regions and Availability Zones
Table 10: Google- US Cloud Regions and Availability Zones
Table 11: Alibaba Cloud – US Cloud Regions and Availability Zones
Table 12: Oracle Cloud- US Cloud Regions and Availability Zones
Table 13: List of Some of the Cloud On-ramp Services offered by Cloud Operators
Table 14: List of the Upcoming Submarine Cable Projects Across the US (As of March 2024)
Table 15: Internet Exchange Points across the US
Table 16: List of Top 25 Disaster-prone Counties
Table 17: Examples of Data Center Water Consumption
Table 18: Rental Rates for <250 kW Deployments – per kW per month
Table 19: List of some of the Upcoming Data Center Projects across Southeastern US (2024 onwards)
Table 20: Land/ Site Purchase & Acquisitions by Operators in Southeastern US
Table 21: Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements by Data Center Operators
Table 22: List of some of the Upcoming Data Center Projects across Midwestern US (2024 onwards)
Table 23: Land/ Site Purchase & Acquisitions by Operators in Midwestern US
Table 24: Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) by Data Center Operators
Table 25: List of some of the Upcoming Data Center Projects across Southwestern US (2024 onwards)
Table 26: Land/ Site Purchase & Acquisitions by Operators in Southwestern US
Table 27: Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements by Data Center Operators
Table 28: List of some of the Upcoming Data Center Projects across Western US (2024 onwards)
Table 29: Land/ Site Purchase & Acquisitions by Operators in Western US
Table 30: Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) by Data Center Operators
Table 31: List of some of the Upcoming Data Center Projects across Northeastern US (2024 onwards)
Table 32: Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements by Data Center Operators
Table 33: US Data Center Construction Market 2020–2029
Table 34: US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 35: US Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 36: US Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 37: US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 38: US Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Techniques 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 39: US Data Center Construction Market by General Construction 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 40: US Data Center Construction Market by Tier Standards 2020–2029 ($ billion)
Table 41: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Investment 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 42: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Area 2020-2029 (Million Square Feet)
Table 43: US Data Center Construction Market by Facility Type Power Capacity 2020-2029 (MW)
Table 44: US Data Center Construction Market by Region by Investment 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 45: US Data Center Construction Market by Region by Area 2020-2029 (million square feet)
Table 46: US Data Center Construction Market by Region by Power Capacity 2020-2029 (MW)
Table 47: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market 2020-2029
Table 48: Southeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 49: Western US Data Center Construction Market 2020-2029
Table 50: Western US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 51: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market 2020-2029
Table 52: Southwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 53: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market 2020-2029
Table 54: Midwestern US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 55: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market 2020-2029
Table 56: Northeastern US Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure 2020-2029 ($ billion)
Table 57: Currency Conversion Table (2016-2023)

1. REPORT COVERAGE
1.1. WHAT’S INCLUDED
1.2. SEGMENTAL COVERAGE
1.2.1. Market segmentation by facility type
1.2.2. Market segmentation by infrastructure
1.2.3. Market segmentation by electrical infrastructure
1.2.4. Market segmentation by mechanical infrastructure
1.2.5. Market segmentation by cooling system
1.2.6. Market segmentation by cooling techniques
1.2.7. Market segmentation by general construction
1.2.8. Market segmentation by tier standards

2. MARKET AT A GLANCE
3. PREMIUM INSIGHTS
3.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
3.2. KEY HIGHLIGHTS
3.3. SEGMENTATION ANALYSIS
3.4. GEOGRAPHiCAL ANALYSIS
3.5. VENDOR ANALYSIS

4. INTRODUCTION
4.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
4.2. MARKET SNAPSHOT
4.3. HISTORICAL VS PRESENT MARKET SCENARIO
4.4. US VS GLOBAL MARKET COMPARISION
4.5. SHIFT TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY
4.6. COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF DATA CENTERS
4.7. DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION DELAYS
4.8. DATA CENTER PRE-CONSTRUCTION PHASE
4.8.1. Construction documents
4.8.2. Entitlements and building permits
4.8.3. Will-serve letters
4.8.4. Sourcing of materials
4.8.5. Site preparation
4.9. DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION COSTS
4.10. DATA CENTER INVESTMENT BY FACILITY TYPE

5. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES & TRENDS
5.1. DATA CENTERS OPERATORS MAKING EFFORTS TO BE MORE SUSTAINABLE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
5.2. 5G ENHANCING THE DEMAND FOR EDGE DATA CENTERS
5.3. ADOPTION OF ADVANCED UPS BATTERIES
5.4. RISE IN RACK POWER DENSITY
5.5. SUSTAINABLE AND INNOVATIVE DATA CENTER TECHNOLOGIES
5.6. AI & HPC APPLICATIONS DRIVING LIQUID IMMERSION & DIRECT-TO-CHIP COOLING
5.7. DEPLOYMENT OF MICROGRIDS IN DATA CENTERS
5.8. AI TRANSFORMING THE LANDSCAPE OF THE DATA CENTER MARKET

6. MARKET GROWTH ENABLERS
6.1. SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT OF DATA CENTER FACILITIES
6.2. ONGOING INVESTEMNTS BY HYPERSCALE OPERATORS IN THE US
6.3. RISE IN M&A AS WELL AS JOINT VENTURE ACTIVITIES
6.4. TAX AND SALES INCENTIVES ARE A MAJOR BOOST FOR DATA CENTER GROWTH
6.5. INCREASE IN THE ADOPTION OF CLOUD-BASED SERVICES AND THE SHIFT FROM ON-PREMISES TO CLOUD PLATFORMS
6.6. ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY DRIVING GROWTH IN THE DATA CENTER MARKET
6.7. DATA CENTERS ARE BECOMING MORE IMPORTANT DUE TO BIG DATA, THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) , AS WELL AS AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) AND VIRTUAL REALITY (VR)

7. MARKET RESTRAINTS
7.1. MARKET GROWTH IS BEING HINDERED BY DISRUPTION IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN
7.2. SKILLED WORKFORCE SHORTAGE AND DISCRIMINATION
7.3. CHALLENGES IN PICKING THE RIGHT LOCATION FOR BUILDING DATA CENTERS
7.4. ISSUES WITH SECURITY AFFECTING THE EXPANSION OF DATA CENTERS
7.5. POWER AND WATER CONSUMPTION BY DATA CENTERS
7.6. CONCERNS ABOUT DATA CENTER CARBON EMISSIONS

8. MARKET LANDSCAPE
8.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
8.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
8.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
8.4. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
8.5. SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

9. FACILITY TYPE
9.1. INVESTMENT: MARKET SNAPSHOT
9.2. AREA: MARKET SNAPSHOT
9.3. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SNAPSHOT
9.4. HYPERSCALE DATA CENTERS
9.4.1. Market Overview
9.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
9.4.3. Area: Market Size & Forecast
9.4.4. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
9.5. COLOCATION DATA CENTERS
9.5.1. Market Overview
9.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
9.5.3. Area: Market Size & Forecast
9.5.4. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
9.6. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERS
9.6.1. Market Overview
9.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
9.6.3. Area: Market Size & Forecast
9.6.4. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

10. INFRASTRUCTURE
10.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
10.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
10.3. ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
10.3.1. Market Overview
10.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
10.4. MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
10.4.1. Market Overview
10.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
10.5. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
10.5.1. Market Overview
10.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

11. ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
11.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
11.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
11.3. UPS SYSTEMS
11.3.1. Market Overview
11.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
11.4. GENERATORS
11.4.1. Market Overview
11.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
11.5. TRANSFER SWITCHES & SWITCHGEARS
11.5.1. Market Overview
11.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
11.6. PDUS
11.6.1. Market Overview
11.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
11.7. OTHER ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
11.7.1. Market Overview
11.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

12. MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
12.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
12.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
12.3. COOLING SYSTEMS
12.3.1. Market Overview
12.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
12.4. RACKS
12.4.1. Market Overview
12.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
12.5. OTHER MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
12.5.1. Market Overview
12.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

13. COOLING SYSTEM
13.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
13.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
13.3. CRAC & CRAH UNITS
13.3.1. Market Overview
13.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
13.4. CHILLER UNITS
13.4.1. Market Overview
13.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
13.5. COOLING TOWERS, CONDENSERS, AND DRY COOLERS
13.5.1. Market Overview
13.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
13.6. ECONOMIZERS & EVAPORATIVE COOLERS
13.6.1. Market Overview
13.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
13.7. OTHER COOLING UNITS
13.7.1. Market Overview
13.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

14. COOLING TECHNIQUES
14.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
14.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
14.3. AIR-BASED COOLING
14.3.1. Market Overview
14.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
14.4. LIQUID-BASED COOLING
14.4.1. Market Overview
14.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

15. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
15.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
15.2. MARKET OVERVIEW
15.3. CORE & SHELL DEVELOPMENT
15.3.1. Market Overview
15.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
15.4. INSTALLATION & COMMISIIONING SERVICES
15.4.1. Market Overview
15.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
15.5. ENGINEERING & BUILDING DESIGN
15.5.1. Market Overview
15.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
15.6. FIRE DETECTION & SUPPRESSION
15.6.1. Market Overview
15.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
15.7. PHYSICAL SECURITY
15.7.1. Market Overview
15.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
15.8. DCIM/BMS SOLUTIONS
15.8.1. Market Overview
15.8.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

16. TIER STANDARDS
16.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE
16.1.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
16.2. TIER I & II
16.2.1. Market Overview
16.2.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
16.3. TIER III
16.3.1. Market Overview
16.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
16.4. TIER IV
16.4.1. Market Overview
16.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

17. GEOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW
18. SOUTHEASTERN US
18.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
18.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
18.2.1. Virginia
18.2.2. Georgia
18.2.3. Tennessee
18.2.4. Florida
18.2.5. Alabama
18.2.6. Other states
18.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
18.3.1. Virginia
18.3.2. Georgia
18.3.3. Tennessee
18.3.4. Florida
18.3.5. Alabama
18.3.6. Other states
18.4. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN SOUTHEASTERN US
18.5. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
18.5.1. Virginia
18.5.2. Georgia
18.5.3. Tennessee
18.5.4. Florida
18.5.5. Alabama
18.5.6. Other states
18.6. MARKET BY INFRASTRUCTURE
18.6.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
18.6.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
18.6.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

19. MIDWESTERN US
19.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
19.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
19.2.1. Ohio
19.2.2. Illinois
19.2.3. Nebraska
19.2.4. Missouri
19.2.5. Iowa
19.2.6. Other states
19.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
19.3.1. Ohio
19.3.2. Illinois
19.3.3. Missouri
19.3.4. Iowa
19.3.5. Other states
19.4. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN MIDWESTERN US
19.5. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
19.5.1. Ohio
19.5.2. Illinois
19.5.3. Missouri
19.5.4. Other states
19.6. 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. SOUTHWESTERN US
20.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
20.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
20.2.1. Texas
20.2.2. Arizona
20.2.3. Other states
20.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
20.3.1. Texas
20.3.2. Arizona
20.3.3. Other states
20.4. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN SOUTHEASTERN US
20.5. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
20.5.1. Texas
20.5.2. Arizona
20.5.3. Other states
20.6. 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. WESTERN US
21.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
21.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
21.2.1. California
21.2.2. Nevada
21.2.3. Utah
21.2.4. Oregon
21.2.5. Other states
21.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
21.3.1. California
21.3.2. Nevada
21.3.3. Utah
21.3.4. Oregon
21.3.5. Other states
21.4. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN WESTERN US
21.5. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
21.5.1. California
21.5.2. Nevada
21.5.3. Utah
21.5.4. Oregon
21.5.5. Other states
21.6. 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. NORTHEASTERN US
22.1. MARKET OVERVIEW
22.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
22.2.1. New Jersey
22.2.2. Pennsylvania
22.2.3. New York
22.2.4. Connecticut
22.2.5. Other states
22.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
22.3.1. New Jersey
22.3.2. Pennsylvania
22.3.3. Connecticut
22.3.4. Other states
22.4. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN NORTHEASTERN US
22.5. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST
22.5.1. New Jersey
22.5.2. Pennsylvania
22.5.3. New York
22.5.4. Other states
22.6. 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. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
23.1. SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS
23.2. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS & SUB-CONTRACTORS
23.3. DATA CENTER INVESTORS

24. KEY DATA CENTER SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS
24.1. ABB
24.1.1. Business Overview
24.1.2. Product offerings
24.2. CATERPILLAR
24.2.1. Business overview
24.2.2. Product offerings
24.3. CUMMINS
24.3.1. Business Overview
24.3.2. Product offerings
24.4. DELTA ELECTRONICS
24.4.1. Business Overview
24.4.2. Product offerings
24.5. EATON
24.5.1. Business overview
24.5.2. Product offerings
24.6. LEGRAND
24.6.1. Business Overview
24.6.2. Product offerings
24.7. ROLLS-ROYCE
24.7.1. Business Overview
24.7.2. Product Offerings
24.8. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
24.8.1. Business Overview
24.8.2. Product offerings
24.9. STULZ
24.9.1. Business overview
24.9.2. Product offerings
24.10. VERTIV
24.10.1. Business Overview
24.10.2. Product offerings

25. KEY DATA CENTER CONTRACTORS
25.1. AECOM
25.1.1. Business Overview
25.1.2. Service offerings
25.2. ARUP
25.2.1. Business Overview
25.2.2. Service offerings
25.3. CORGAN
25.3.1. Business overview
25.3.2. Service offerings
25.4. DPR CONSTRUCTION
25.4.1. Business Overview
25.4.2. Service offerings
25.5. FORTIS CONSTRUCTION
25.5.1. Business Overview
25.5.2. Service Offerings
25.6. HOLDER CONSTRUCTION
25.6.1. Business Overview
25.6.2. Service offerings
25.7. JACOBS
25.7.1. Business Overview
25.7.2. Service offerings
25.8. ROGERS-O’BRIEN CONSTRUCTION
25.8.1. Business overview
25.8.2. Service offerings
25.9. SYSKA HENNESSY GROUP
25.9.1. Business Overview
25.9.2. Service offerings
25.10. TURNER CONSTRUCTION
25.10.1. Business Overview
25.10.2. Service offerings

26. KEY DATA CENTER INVESTORS
26.1. APPLE
26.1.1. Business Overview
26.1.2. Service offerings
26.2. AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)
26.2.1. Business Overview
26.2.2. Service offerings
26.2.3. Key News
26.3. CYRUSONE
26.3.1. Business Overview
26.3.2. Service offerings
26.3.3. Key News
26.4. DATABANK
26.4.1. Business Overview
26.4.2. Service offerings
26.4.3. Key News
26.5. DIGITAL REALTY
26.5.1. Business overview
26.5.2. Service offerings
26.5.3. Key news
26.6. EQUINIX
26.6.1. Business overview
26.6.2. Service offerings
26.6.3. Key news
26.7. GOOGLE
26.7.1. Business overview
26.7.2. Service offerings
26.7.3. Key news
26.8. META (FACEBOOK)
26.8.1. Business Overview
26.8.2. Service offerings
26.8.3. Key news
26.9. MICROSOFT
26.9.1. Business Overview
26.9.2. Service offerings
26.9.3. Key news
26.10. NTT DATA
26.10.1. Business overview
26.10.2. Service offerings
26.10.3. Key news

27. OTHER DATA CENTER SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS
27.1. AIREDALE
27.1.1. Business overview
27.1.2. Product offerings
27.2. ALFA LAVAL
27.2.1. Business overview
27.2.2. Product offerings
27.3. ASETEK
27.3.1. Business overview
27.3.2. Product offerings
27.4. BLOOM ENERGY
27.4.1. Business overview
27.4.2. Product offerings
27.5. CARRIER
27.5.1. Business Overview
27.5.2. Product offerings
27.6. CONDAIR
27.6.1. Business Overview
27.6.2. Product offerings
27.7. CORMANT
27.7.1. Business Overview
27.7.2. Product offerings
27.8. CYBER POWER SYSTEMS
27.8.1. Business overview
27.8.2. Product offerings
27.9. ENLOGIC
27.9.1. Business overview
27.9.2. Product offerings
27.10. FNT SOFTWARE
27.10.1. Business Overview
27.10.2. Product offerings
27.11. GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS
27.11.1. Business overview
27.11.2. Product offerings
27.12. GREEN REVOLUTION COOLING (GRC)
27.12.1. Business Overview
27.12.2. Service offerings
27.13. HITEC POWER PROTECTION
27.13.1. Business Overview
27.13.2. Product offerings
27.14. JOHNSON CONTROLS
27.14.1. Business overview
27.14.2. Product offerings
27.15. KOHLER
27.15.1. Business overview
27.15.2. Product offerings
27.16. KYOTOCOOLING
27.16.1. Business overview
27.16.2. Product offerings
27.17. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
27.17.1. Business overview
27.17.2. Product offerings
27.18. NATRON ENERGY
27.18.1. Business Overview
27.18.2. Product offerings
27.19. NETZOOM
27.19.1. Business overview
27.19.2. Product offerings
27.20. NLYTE SOFTWARE
27.20.1. Business Overview
27.20.2. Product offerings
27.21. RITTAL
27.21.1. Business Overview
27.21.2. Product offerings
27.22. SIEMENS
27.22.1. Business overview
27.22.2. Solution offerings
27.23. TRANE (INGERSOLL RAND)
27.23.1. Business overview
27.23.2. Product offerings
27.24. TRIPP LITE
27.24.1. Business overview
27.24.2. Product offerings
27.25. YANMAR (HIMOINSA)
27.25.1. Business overview
27.25.2. Product offerings
27.26. ZINCFIVE
27.26.1. Business overview
27.26.2. Product offerings

28. OTHER DATA CENTER CONTRACTORS
28.1. ALFATECH
28.1.1. Business overview
28.1.2. Service offerings
28.2. BLUESCOPE CONSTRUCTION
28.2.1. Business overview
28.2.2. Service offerings
28.3. BRASFIELD & GORRIE
28.3.1. Business overview
28.3.2. Service offerings
28.4. CALLISONRTKL
28.4.1. Business Overview
28.4.2. Service offerings
28.5. CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP
28.5.1. Business overview
28.5.2. Service offerings
28.6. CLIMATEC
28.6.1. Business overview
28.6.2. Service offerings
28.7. CLUNE CONSTRUCTION
28.7.1. Business overview
28.7.2. Service offerings
28.8. EMCOR GROUP
28.8.1. Business overview
28.8.2. Service offerings
28.9. EYP MCF
28.9.1. Business Overview
28.9.2. Service offerings
28.10. FITZPATRICK ARCHITECTS
28.10.1. Business overview
28.10.2. Service offerings
28.11. FLUOR CORPORATION
28.11.1. Business Overview
28.11.2. Service Offerings
28.12. GENSLER
28.12.1. Business Overview
28.12.2. Service offerings
28.13. GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY
28.13.1. Business overview
28.13.2. Service offerings
28.14. HDR
28.14.1. Business Overview
28.14.2. Service offerings
28.15. HITT CONTRACTING
28.15.1. Business overview
28.15.2. Service offerings
28.16. HOFFMAN CONSTRUCTION
28.16.1. Business overview
28.16.2. Service offerings
28.17. JE DUNN CONSTRUCTION
28.17.1. Business overview
28.17.2. Service offerings
28.18. JHET ARCHITECTS
28.18.1. Business overview
28.18.2. Service offerings
28.19. KW ENGINEERING
28.19.1. Business overview
28.19.2. Service offerings
28.20. WSP (KW MISSION CRITICAL ENGINEERING)
28.20.1. Business overview
28.20.2. Service offerings
28.21. LINESIGHT
28.21.1. Business overview
28.21.2. Service offerings
28.22. M+W GROUP (EXYTE)
28.22.1. Business Overview
28.22.2. Service offerings
28.23. MORRISON HERSHFIELD
28.23.1. Business overview
28.23.2. Service offerings
28.24. MORTENSON
28.24.1. Business Overview
28.24.2. Service offerings
28.25. ROSENDIN
28.25.1. Business Overview
28.25.2. Service offerings
28.26. SALUTE MISSION CRITICAL
28.26.1. Business overview
28.26.2. Service offerings
28.27. SHEEHAN NAGLE HARTRAY ARCHITECTS
28.27.1. Business overview
28.27.2. Service offerings
28.28. SKANSKA
28.28.1. Business Overview
28.28.2. Service offerings
28.29. SOUTHLAND INDUSTRIES
28.29.1. Business Overview
28.29.2. Service offerings
28.30. STURGEON ELECTRIC COMPANY
28.30.1. Business overview
28.30.2. Service offerings
28.31. STRUCTURE TONE
28.31.1. Business overview
28.31.2. Service offerings
28.32. THE MULHERN GROUP
28.32.1. Business overview
28.32.2. Service Offerings
28.33. THE WALSH GROUP
28.33.1. Business overview
28.33.2. Service offerings
28.34. THE WEITZ COMPANY
28.34.1. Business overview
28.34.2. Service offerings
28.35. TRINITY GROUP CONSTRUCTION
28.35.1. Business overview
28.35.2. Service offerings

29. OTHER DATA CENTER INVESTORS
29.1. ALIGNED DATA CENTERS
29.1.1. Business Overview
29.1.2. Service offerings
29.1.3. Key news
29.2. AMERICAN TOWER
29.2.1. Business overview
29.2.2. Service offerings
29.2.3. Key news
29.3. AUBIX
29.3.1. Business overview
29.3.2. Service offerings
29.4. CLOUDHQ
29.4.1. Business overview
29.4.2. Service offerings
29.4.3. Key news
29.5. COLOGIX
29.5.1. Business overview
29.5.2. Service offerings
29.5.3. Key News
29.6. COMPASS DATACENTERS
29.6.1. Business overview
29.6.2. Service offerings
29.6.3. Key news
29.7. COPT DATA CENTER SOLUTIONS
29.7.1. Business Overview
29.7.2. Service offerings
29.7.3. Key news
29.8. CORESITE
29.8.1. Business overview
29.8.2. Service offerings
29.8.3. Key news
29.9. DARTPOINTS
29.9.1. Business overview
29.9.2. Service offerings
29.9.3. Key news
29.10. DC BLOX
29.10.1. Business overview
29.10.2. Service offerings
29.10.3. Key news
29.11. EDGE CENTRES
29.11.1. Business overview
29.11.2. Service offerings
29.11.3. Key news
29.12. EDGECONNEX
29.12.1. Business overview
29.12.2. Service offerings
29.12.3. Key news
29.13. EDGEPRESENCE
29.13.1. Business overview
29.13.2. Service offerings
29.13.3. Key news
29.14. EDGECORE DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
29.14.1. Business overview
29.14.2. Service offerings
29.14.3. Key news
29.15. ELEMENT CRITICAL
29.15.1. Business overview
29.15.2. Service offerings
29.16. EVOQUE
29.16.1. Business overview
29.16.2. Service offerings
29.17. FLEXENTIAL
29.17.1. Business overview
29.17.2. Service offerings
29.17.3. Key News
29.18. FIFTEENFORTYSEVEN CRITICAL SYSTEMS REALTY (1547)
29.18.1. Business Overview
29.18.2. Service Offerings
29.19. H5 DATA CENTERS
29.19.1. Business Overview
29.19.2. Service offerings
29.19.3. Key News
29.20. HOSTDIME
29.20.1. Business overview
29.20.2. Service offerings
29.21. IRON MOUNTAIN
29.21.1. Business overview
29.21.2. Service offerings
29.21.3. Key news
29.22. NETRALITY DATA CENTERS
29.22.1. Business overview
29.22.2. Service offerings
29.22.3. Key News
29.23. NOVVA DATA CENTERS
29.23.1. Business Overview
29.23.2. Service offerings
29.23.3. Key news
29.24. POWERHOUSE DATA CENTERS
29.24.1. Business Overview
29.24.2. Service offerings
29.24.3. Key news
29.25. PRIME DATA CENTERS
29.25.1. Business overview
29.25.2. Service offerings
29.25.3. Key news
29.26. QTS REALTY TRUST
29.26.1. Business overview
29.26.2. Service offerings
29.26.3. Key news
29.27. SABEY DATA CENTERS
29.27.1. Business overview
29.27.2. Service offerings
29.27.3. Key news
29.28. SKYBOX DATACENTERS
29.28.1. Business overview
29.28.2. Service offerings
29.28.3. Key news
29.29. STREAM DATA CENTERS
29.29.1. Business overview
29.29.2. Service offerings
29.29.3. Key news
29.30. STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
29.30.1. Business overview
29.30.2. Service offerings
29.30.3. Key news
29.31. SWITCH
29.31.1. Business overview
29.31.2. Service offerings
29.31.3. Key news
29.32. T5 DATA CENTERS
29.32.1. Business overview
29.32.2. Service offerings
29.32.3. Key news
29.33. TIERPOINT
29.33.1. Business overview
29.33.2. Service offerings
29.33.3. Key news
29.34. VANTAGE DATA CENTERS
29.34.1. Business overview
29.34.2. Service offerings
29.34.3. Key news
29.35. VAPOR IO
29.35.1. Business overview
29.35.2. Service offerings
29.35.3. Key news
29.36. YONDR
29.36.1. Business overview
29.36.2. Service offerings
29.36.3. Key news
29.37. 365 Data Centers
29.37.1. Business overview
29.37.2. Service offerings
29.37.3. Key news

30. NEW ENTRANTS
30.1. CORSCALE DATA CENTERS
30.1.1. Business Overview
30.1.2. Service offerings
30.1.3. Key news
30.2. CRANE DATA CENTERS
30.2.1. Business overview
30.2.2. Service offerings
30.2.3. Key news
30.3. EDGED ENERGY
30.3.1. Business overview
30.3.2. Service offerings
30.3.3. Key news
30.4. NE EDGE
30.4.1. Business Overview
30.4.2. Service Offerings
30.4.3. Key news
30.5. QUANTUM LOOPHOLE
30.5.1. Business Overview
30.5.2. Service Offerings
30.6. ROWAN DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
30.6.1. Business Overview
30.6.2. Service Offerings
30.6.3. Key news

31. QUANTITATIVE SUMMARY
31.1. US DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET
31.1.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.3. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.4. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.5. Cooling Systems: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.6. Cooling Techniques: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.7. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.8. Tier Standards: Market Size & Forecast
31.1.9. Facility Type: Market Size & Forecast by Investment
31.1.10. Facility Type: Market Size & Forecast by Area
31.1.11. Facility Type: Market Size & Forecast by Power Capacity
31.2. GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENTATION
31.2.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
31.2.2. Area: Market Size & Forecast
31.2.3. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
31.3. SOUTHEASTERN US
31.3.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
31.3.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.4. WESTERN US
31.4.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
31.4.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.5. SOUTHWESTERN US
31.5.1. Investment: Market Size &Forecast
31.5.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.6. MIDWESTERN US
31.6.1. Investment: Market Size &Forecast
31.6.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
31.7. NORTHEASTERN US
31.7.1. Investment: Market Size &Forecast
31.7.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

32. APPENDIX
32.1. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
32.2. SITE SELECTION CRITERIA
32.3. CURRENCY CONVERSION

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the key trends in the U.S. data center construction market?

Operators making efforts to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly, 5G enhancing the demand for edge data centers, adoption of advanced UPS batteries, rise in rack power density, and deployment of microgrids in data centers are some key trends in the U.S. data center construction market.

What is the growth rate of the U.S. data center construction market?

The U.S. data center construction market share by investment is growing at a CAGR of 11.69% from 2023-2029.

How big is the U.S. data center construction market?

The U.S. data center construction market size by investment was valued at USD 24.59 billion in 2023 and is expected to reach USD 47.72 billion by 2029.

What is the estimated market size in terms of area in the U.S. data center construction market by 2029?

Regarding area, the U.S. data center construction market is expected to reach 24.30 million square feet by 2029.

How many MW of power capacity is expected to reach the U.S. data center construction market by 2029?

In the U.S. data center construction market, power capacity is expected to reach 4,563 MW by 2029.