State’s data centre won’t be completed until 2025
No contractor has yet been appointed to build the facility in Co Kildare, which has been delayed due to planning and energy issues
A state-owned data centre in Kildare, which has swelled in cost by a third to €40 million since the idea for it was first proposed four years ago, is now scheduled for completion in 2025.
The development, which was proposed by the Office of Public Works (OPW) in August 2018, will comprise an 8,300 square metre facility built on part of the state’s 140-hectare campus at Backweston, Co Kildare.
In the initial tender application to ...