Data center service provider, STACK Infrastructure, has just announced the groundbreaking of its hyperscale campus in Prince William County, Northern Virginia.

Sited on a 40-acre IT space, the new hyperscale data center campus is to deliver nearly 100MW IT capacity while planing to grow the campus to multiple data centers, however, the company intends to start with the construction of a 36MW facility, which is to be ready by Q1 2024.

“Expanding our presence in the heart of Prince William County represents a strategic approach of continuing to deliver scalable capacity where it matters most,” said Matthew VanderZanden, Chief Operating Officer of STACK Americas.

“Powered with 100% renewable energy, STACK’s new campus offers a sustainable solution and allows our clients the ability to grow quickly in the world’s largest data center market.”

This plan was first announced in April, however, the new campus was designed to sit on a 34-acre and a full capacity of 84MW, and will comprise a minimum of two data center buildings spanning 602,000 square feet.

According to STACK, the new data center campus has increased its portfolio in Northern Virginia to about seven data center campuses, meanwhile, the company claim to have nearly 1GW of current and under-development capacity with presence within 23 markets distributed throughout Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions.

Recently, STACK also announced the opening of its third data center in Siziano, Milan, Italy – a 10MW data center that was constructed in less than 12 months and powered by renewable energy, bringing STACK’s operational data center capacity in Italy to over 50MW with 120,000 square meters of total space.

In July, STACK announced the expansion of its flagship campus in Hillsboro, a suburb of Portland, Oregon, done through the acquisition of additional land, bringing the campus’ footprint to a total of 50 acres, while planning to increase its total available and in-development capacity in Hillsboro to over 230MW.