Facebook in fight with EngineNode over site of social media giant’s data centre

Big tech firm claims EngineNode tried to build facility on lands in Meath owned by Facebook without permission

9th August, 2020
Facebook in fight with EngineNode over site of social media giant’s data centre
Facebook has a large data campus in Clonee, Co Meath, which is operated by its subsidiary Runways Information Services Limited

Facebook has been embroiled in a spat with EngineNode amid claims that the data centre developer tried to build on lands owned by the social media giant without permission.

Facebook has a large data campus in Clonee, Co Meath, which is operated by its subsidiary Runways Information Services Limited. The site is still under development and will span 150,000 square metres when completed.

Last year EngineNode, another developer, applied for planning permission to build a 92,000...

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