CREW Charlotte learns about data centre impact on real estate

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CREW Lunch charlotte

CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Charlotte gathered at the Ritz Carleton Sept. 9 for a luncheon where panelists discussed: The Data Center Market: The Data Center Impact on Charlotte Commercial Real Estate.”

Panelists included Martin Walsh, vice president in charge of the national mission critical business unit at Balfour Beatty Construction; David Jones, CEO of Peak 10 and Todd Aaron, president of Sentinel Data Centers. Ben Rojahn, vice-president of data center solutions at CBRE moderated the discussion.

“I am extremely proud to participate in this event hosted by CREW and to serve on a panel amongst some of the industry’s top leaders,” Walsh said in a news release before the event. “Women are a driving force in the technology sector and are a key contributor to the growth of the data center market in Charlotte and beyond. I look forward to the opportunity to support CREW and discuss our city’s growth amongst my peers.”

North Carolina Construction News publisher Phyllis Voss attended as a guest.