Google to expand in Texas with new data center and office spaces

Googleinvests in Texas with new data center and offices

Google announced it has started construction works of new data center in Midlothian and the lease of two new buildings to expand its office in Austin as a part of its $13 billion investment strategy across the United States.

In February, Google had announced it would build new data centers and offices to expand in 14 states.

These investments are expected to hire tens of thousands of employees and to create more than 10,000 construction jobs in Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Virginia

Google will invest $600 million to build the new data center in Midlothian and it is expected to create a number of full-time jobs, as well as hundreds of construction jobs.

Google also donated $100,000 to the Midlothian Independent School District to support the region’s STEM programs in schools.

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In Austin, Google has leased additional office space at Block 185 and Saltillo, located in downtown Austin and east Austin. Google has more than 1,100 employees working across Android, G Suite, Google Play, Cloud, staffing and recruiting, people operations, finance and marketing.