Data Center

TRI Center – Aerial
Twelve miles of I-80 forms the northern boarder of Tahoe Reno Industrial Center with US 50 just miles from the southern border. Its landmass equates to 65 % of Storey County. Within a 50-mile radius based on the 2010 census, there are roughly 660,000 people. It is just nine miles from Reno/ Sparks with local access to the Reno Tahoe International Airport just 15 miles away.
Tahoe Reno Industrial Center is strategically positioned to fit the needs of the Data Center industry 

  • Massive 102,000 acre industrial center provides many remote, secure location options
  • Low risk geography located in Department of Homeland Security Zone 1 Safety Zone
  • Meets stringent TIA-942 Tier 4 criteria for datacenter construction
  • Designated “minimally seismically active” by USGS
  • High Desert location has no flooding or water issues and 8-9 months of free cooling
  • Logistically strong location
  • Just 9 miles east of Reno/Sparks
  • Borders I80, one of the major east/west arteries in the nation
  • Two dedicated exits (Patrick & USA Parkway), one that serves a four-lane artery south through the center of the park
  • Only 15 miles to the Reno Tahoe International Airport with flights almost hourly to all major markets in the country, less than an hour to the Bay Area of CA.


Secure parcels available within the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center
  • Parcels are fully prepped with basic utilities: water, cooling, waste, power, telecom
  • High-pressure gas available with five generating power plants on site delivering more than 900 megawatts of electrical power available directly
    to all park users
  • All necessary use permits and zoning in place
  • Site condition enables accelerated construction, dramatically reducing time to occupancy
  • All access to sites in place, fully paved and curbed


Custom data center built-to-suit designed to meet client specifications – occupancy in 9-12 months
  • Client specific sizes – 50K SF to 1M+ SF
  • Internal access, security and safety built to client specifications
  • Amenities address all workspace, loading dock, power yard, and parking needs
  • Security features such as gates and perimeter fencing available
  • Low cost construction
  • Exceptional operating economy results in a very competitive total cost of ownership (TCO)





Three key GREEN energy alternatives available
  • High solar potential that has a measured DUI of 6.5-7 kWh/sq m/day for average 330 days per year, with six months of high intensity solar power
  • Wind power is well established in region
  • Validated high potential for Geothermal, industrial park sits directly in a corridor of geothermal energy facilities that have been in operation for many years
  • Dry, high desert climate typically allows nine months of “free” air cooling


Various water supplies and processing available
  • Substantial dedicated water rights sold with each acre
  • Low cost grey water available with main pipe lines in place
  • Sewage mains to each site with treatment included
  • All storm drainage is in place


Be connected and stay connected
  • Seven major telecommunications providers have fiber that runs parallel to I-80 and sites
  • Reno has two redundant tele hotels connecting major US carriers and jump-offs to Asia
  • Reno POP for Internet 2 to support Desert Research Institute – interconnect potential
  • Sites supported by high capacity (OC192 or greater) fiber with SONET technology
  • Substantial additional capacity available, highly scalable

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