FORTRUST Denver Data Center

Our Denver data center headquarters is the largest data center in the region with over 300,000 square feet of data center capacity. While Denver is situated in one of the lowest risk geographical climates, FORTRUST has taken additional precautionary measures to mitigate any potential risk to your IT assets, ensuring the highest level of risk mitigation measures in the industry. Our data center has over 34 MVA of data center capacity with a concurrently maintainable site infrastructure throughout. We have 50,000 square feet of raised-floor space and 65,000 square feet of data module space all on slab.

What is Colocation?


The low-risk geography and climate prevent the region from disaster such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tornados, which pose serious threats to businesses in other locations. Many companies choose our Denver location for their primary or disaster recovery site for this reason. Choosing our Denver location for your IT assets will ensure the safest possible place for your data.

Your IT assets will benefit from the several risk-mitigation features of our Denver location:

  • Outside the 100 and 500 year floodplains
  • 49 feet above the maximum FEMA projected flood elevation
  • Located in seismic zone 1
  • There are no windows in any of the data center, raised floor or critical areas
  • Office space windows are bullet and bomb resistant
  • All colocation areas are single story on slab
  • 2 and 4-hour rated fire walls throughout the facility
  • The facility is encased within a 14” concrete foundation wall reinforced with #5 rebar and a thickened edge on 6” slab
  • Seismic zone 4 rated CAHU stands, resilient mounts, and rollers throughout the critical mechanical systems
  • UL Listed Lightning Protection System for the entire facility
  • Fire department and first responder unit on property
  • Outside any normal flight paths