Data center developer and operator, Yondr Group, has just announced the appointment of Laramie Dorris as the new Executive Vice President of Global Design and Construction for Yondr Group.

Prior to this appointment, Dorris has built and led delivery teams across both the Americas and the EMEA market for Yondr Group. In his new role, Dorris will be responsible for the delivery of Yondr’s data center product globally, as part of Yondr Product Delivery (YPD), and further lead the company’s digital infrastructure product delivery in the APAC region.

“Laramie’s extensive industry track record needs no introduction. He brings strong and focused leadership to our design and construction business. As our business transitions into this next phase, Laramie will best position Yondr to safely deliver industry leading projects globally at speed and scale,” said Eanna Murphy, COO, Global Design and Construction and Americas at Yondr Group.

“Delivering infrastructures at speed and scale, backed by the highest industry standards, has never been more important for our clients. Our global framework for the safe delivery of our infrastructure products, robust supply chain processes and a talented team of data center experts will position our business for success and allow us to deliver on the next phase of Yondr’s growth,” said Laramie Dorris, the new Executive Vice President, Global Design and Construction at Yondr Group.

According to the company, Dorris has over 15 years of leadership experience with hundreds of MW in capacity delivered across several data center locations globally. He joined Yonder in 2021 as an executive from CyrusOne.

In March, Yondr Group announced it plans to develop a 200MW hyperscale campus in Johor, Malaysia. For this Malaysian flagship project, Yondr Group has already acquired 72.8 acres of land from TPM Technopark Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Johor Corporation.

Also in December 2021, Yondr Group announced it plans to develop a 40MW data center facility in Frankfurt, Germany, precisely located in the City of Bischofsheim, which is expected to be ready for service by the first quarter of 2024.