DBT-Data Acquires Site for Mission Critical Facilities 

A leading developer of mission critical facilities, DBT-Data, has purchased 93 acres in the New Albany International Business Park to construct up to one million square feet of power shell facilities, completed buildings equipped with power and connectivity that can be customized to meet the needs of a single or multiple customers. Company officials credited the city’s state-of-the-art infrastructure, including triple-feed electric capabilities and robust fiber optics, for its decision to build its first facility in Ohio.

“The New Albany International Business Park has built a national reputation as a reliable location for mission critical facilities,” said DBT-Data CEO, David Tolson.

“The strategic planning and investment in power and internet infrastructure were important factors in our decision to develop in New Albany,” he added. The 93+ acre site is located south of Jug Street and west of Mink Street.

“DBT-DATA is a respected and experienced developer and we’re pleased they’ll be delivering this important data center option for prospective tenants of all sizes in the New Albany International Business Park,” said Bill Ebbing, President and CEO of New Albany Company. “Our mission critical cluster in the park continues to grow as existing companies like Meta, AWS and Google expand and new businesses establish operations here.”