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Report: Europe Data Center Construction Market to 2025 – Analysis and Forecasts by Design Type (Electrical, Mechanical and General Construction


  • High EBITDA margins in the infrastructure sector will escalate the Datacenter Construction Market at a CAGR of 9.5%

    Published Date: Jun 2017

    Latest market study on “Data Center Construction Market to 2022 by Type of Construction (Electrical Design, Mechanical Design and General Construction), Tier Standards (tier 1 & 2, Tier 3 and tier 4) and Industry Verticals (BFSI, Government, Technology, Telecom Media & Entertainment, Retail, Healthcare and Others) – Global Analysis and Forecast”, the datacenter construction market is estimated to reach US$ 62,401.9 million by 2022 from US$ 33,871.5 million in 2016. The report includes key understanding on the driving factors of this growth and also highlights the prominent players in the market and their developments.

    Browse market data tables and in-depth TOC of the Global Datacenter Construction Market (2012–2022)

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    The global datacenter construction market by type of construction is fragmented into Electrical Design, Mechanical Design and General Construction. Regardless of the tier level and size, the basic characteristics required to ensure smooth functioning of business is similar for each data center. The redundancy level required is one of the crucial factor which determines the cost of data center and is therefore responsible for the revenue share for each of the sub-segment. For instance, surge in redundancy increases the demand for additional back-up power supply in a way increasing the cost contribution of electrical design sub-segment for a data center. This at the same time requires additional cooling equipment on order to ensure proper functioning of electrical equipment

    Tier 3 data centers utilized by large business enterprise offers features such as 99.984% uptime and N+1 fault tolerant offering minimum 72 hours power outage protection. Also known as concurrently maintainable data center, these require no shutdown for equipment maintenance and replacement. This can be achieved by adding redundant delivery path for cooling and power to the redundant component of tier 2 data centers thereby enabling continuum in business operations during shutdown or maintenance of IT equipment

    Major online service provider operating Tier 4 Data Center are shifting their business operation to Tier 3 Levels. Regular maintenance of IT infrastructure can significantly reduce the downtime of lower tier level data centers and can result in achieving performance standards, similar to upper level data centers. For instance, major online service providers have recorded the operation of Tier 3 data centers for consistent 20 years without a single power outage which assumes an average unplanned downtime of 1.6 hours per year. Quarterly maintenance and testing of electrical & mechanical equipment have enabled the enterprise to increase the uptime to such remarkable standards
    Some of the leading datacenter construction market players are AECOM Inc., DRP Construction, Fujitsu ltd., Hitachi Ltd., Schneider Electric SE and Holder Construction Group, LLC among others.

    Datacenter construction, Global Breakdown by Regions, 2016 (%)

    Source: The Insight Partners Analysis, June 2017

    The report segments the global Datacenter Construction market as follows:

    Global Datacenter Construction Market – By Type of Construction

    Electrical Design
    Mechanical Design
    General Construction

    Global Datacenter Construction Market – By Tier Standards

    Tier 1 & 2
    Tier 3
    Tier 4


    Global Datacenter Construction Market – By Industry Verticals

    BFSI
    Government
    Technology
    Telecom Media & Entertainment
    Retail
    Healthcare
    Others

    Global Datacenter Construction Market – By Geography

    North America
    U.S.
    Canada
    Mexico

    Europe
    France
    Germany
    Italy
    Spain
    U.K.
    Others

    Asia Pacific (APAC)
    Japan
    China
    India
    Australia
    Others

    Middle East & Africa (MEA)
    U.A.E.
    South Africa
    Saudi Arabia
    UAE

    South America (SA)
    Brazil
    Rest of SAM