Gascon’s team, led by Audrey Robitaille and Marie-Chantale Dubé, was mandated by a major data center developer to create a co-ownership for one of its data centers in Quebec. The mandate took several months to complete.
As part of its mandate, Gascon worked in collaboration with the land surveyor to prepare the cadastral plan and drafted a declaration of co-ownership customized to this field, considering the reform of the co-ownership laws. The creation of this co-ownership property required elevated attention to all the particularities and components of a data center, such as server rooms, loading docks and meet-me-rooms, as well as the equipment required for its operation and the accessibility of essential maintenance services to maintain cooling and energy equipment.
The declaration also includes regulations specific to the needs of a data center in terms of access, confidentiality, security, and management.