HCA, Nashville, is planning to spend more than $200 million building a new regional data center in Antioch, Tenn., and expanding existing information technology locations HCA operates.
HCA plans $200 million IT expansion
The plans also call for the creation of about 155 information technology jobs over five years, according to a Tennessee state news release. The new regional data center will take up about 96,000 square feet, with construction expected to begin in the summer, according to an HCA spokesman.
“We appreciate that our state and local leadership have a strong commitment to maintaining a business climate that fosters growth and encourages investment,” Richard Bracken, chairman and CEO of HCA said in the release.
“Healthcare is a key area in which we feel Tennessee has a distinct competitive advantage,” Bill Hagerty, commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, said in the release.
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