West Des Moines Public Disclosure, Project Alluvion is Microsoft Data Center

KCCI News 8 broke the news on who in behind Project Alluvion.

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa —The company behind Project Alluvion in West Des Moines is -- Microsoft.

West Des Moines city officials and Gov. Terry Branstad made the official announcement during a news conference Friday morning.

Microsoft said it will build a new $1.126 billion data center along Highway 5 near Willow Creek Golf Course and just east of the South Veterans Parkway, which used to be known as the Southwest Connector.


FYI here is a tip as part researching the news on Project Alluvion.  Look at went the news was posted.  I choose to reference KCCI new given they broke the news first.

Updated: State approves incentives for $1.1 billion Microsoft data center in West ...

DesMoinesRegister.com - ‎1 minute ago‎
Iowa's economic development board approved incentives for the data center today and officially unveiled Microsoft as the company behind "Project Alluvion" -- the project's codename. Combined with Microsoft's current data center in the city, the Alluvion ...

Officials announce plan for Microsoft data center

Businessweek - ‎4 hours ago‎
Terry Branstad joined with local officials to announce Microsoft's so-called "Project Alluvion," which is expected to total more than $1.1 billion and create more than 80 full-time jobs. West Des Moines Mayor Steve Gaer said construction will happen over the ...

A lot of soft money will come to Iowa: Microsoft will build $1.1 billion data center

Muscatine Journal - ‎3 hours ago‎
... Wash.,-based corporation that develops, manufactures, licenses and supports a range of services, devices and software products for a wide variety of devices, will receive local and state incentives totaling $87 million to locate its “Project Alluvion” in West ...

Microsoft to Build New $1.1 Billion Data Center in Iowa

Data Center Knowledge - ‎4 hours ago‎
The announcement ends the suspense about the identity of the mustery company behind Project Alluvion, the latest in a series of stealthy “codename” projects that have made Iowa a major data center destination. Combined with the existing Microsoft data ...

Officials announces plan for Microsoft data center in Iowa

Dubuque Telegraph Herald - ‎5 minutes ago‎
Terry Branstad joined with local officials today to announce Microsoft's investment in so-called “Project Alluvion,” which is expected to total more than $1.1 billion. A data center completed in 2010 resulted in about a $900 million investment from the company.

Mystery company behind West Des Moines project revealed

KCCI Des Moines - ‎7 hours ago‎
In March, the West Des Moines City Council approved support for a project code named Project Alluvion that had a $255 million value. The developer was asking for financial incentives and infrastructure improvements to help with the project. Tax increment ...

Microsoft Announces $1.1 Billion Data Center in West Des Moines

Iowa Public Radio - ‎6 hours ago‎
Formerly known as Project Alluvion, the 154-acre site will house servers and computer equipment to operate web portal services like the Cloud and XBox Live. Completion is expected in early 2021. West Des Moines mayor Steve Gaer says the 154-acre site ...