Arup Names New Data Center Business Leader in San Francisco

Bruce Myatt, PE, has joined Arup’s San Francisco office to lead its data center business. Bruce will be dedicated to the design, delivery, and oversight of projects for both new and existing clients that operate enterprise, colocation, and hyperscale data centers. He brings experience with a variety of advanced data center cooling strategies and solutions to the Arup team.

Prior to working with Arup, Bruce was director of data center programs at CLEAResult Consulting and managed his own consulting business, Critical Facilities Solutions. He has over 30 years of engineering and management consulting experience, working with critical facilities such as semiconductor fabrication plants, nuclear power plants, the Department of Energy’s national laboratory facilities, and most recently, data centers.

Bruce is recognized as a data center industry veteran for founding Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Roundtable. He has organized and led close to 50 Critical Facilities Roundtable meetings in Silicon Valley over the past 15 years, focused on data center performance. He also served on the staff of Mission Critical magazine as its executive editor, member of the technical advisory board, and data center conference chairman, and he currently writes a data center column entitled Zinc Whiskers.

West Coast Commercial Real Estate News