Swinerton records $3.4 million lien for work on McClellan Park data center – Sacramento Business Journal – Sacramento Business Journal

San Francisco-based construction company Swinerton Builders recorded a $3.4 million mechanic’s lien last month on a property in McClellan Park where it says it did work for San Francisco-based Prime Data Centers but has yet to be fully paid.
The lien was placed on the property at 2407 AK St., which is owned by SVO Building One LLC. The location is home to Prime Data Centers, which is developing a campus of data centers at the 38-acre site where companies can pay to put their computer networks in secure, seismically stable buildings featuring multiple redundant electrical systems and climate control.
Prime Data Centers sold out its first building at the campus to a Bay Area technology company earlier this year. At the time, the company stated it was planning for its second and third buildings, which would require new construction at the southwest end of the runway of the former Air Force base.
In its Aug. 24 filing with the Sacramento County Clerk/Recorder’s office, Swinerton stated that it’s owed $3.44 million plus interest for work it provided SVO Building One LLC as part of its campus expansion. The work included labor, services, equipment and materials for building improvements.
Jeff Barber, partner and executive vice president of sales and business development for Prime Data Centers, told the Business Journal the company has received the lien and is investigating the matter.
Swinerton, which has an office on Business Park Way in Sacramento, has locations throughout the U.S. The company’s 2020 revenue at its local office was recorded as $142.9 million, making it the 12th largest revenue generator among general contractors in the Sacramento area, according to the most recent list compiled by the Business Journal.
A Swinerton spokeswoman declined to comment for this article.
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