Bitcoin Focused HashingSpace Retains Services of Ross & Baruzzini

HashingSpace Corporation (OTCQB: HSHS), a Bitcoin ASIC mining and hosting company, announced today that the company has reached an agreement for the services of Ross & Baruzzini to design HashingSpace’s state of the art, Fortress One Data Center.

For more than 60 years, Ross & Baruzzini has tackled challenging and ambitious advanced engineering and architecture projects across the globe. Energy-efficient design is the foundation of every building and infrastructure project the firm manages.

Ross & Baruzzini designs facilities that require long-term, high-performance solutions that are cost effective, energy efficient, and easy to maintain. Their architects and engineers design and plan the systems that enable buildings to perform 24/7, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, communications, and more. By ensuring that these systems are fully integrated with each other and with the building structure, processes operate with maximum efficiency.

Timothy Roberts, CEO of HashingSpace Corporation, said: “The innovative Ross & Baruzzini is just the company to design the most technologically advanced and energy efficient data center that the Bitcoin and blockchain services industry has ever witnessed. Our customers and shareholders will be pleased to learn that they are part of a leading edge, energy efficient solution that is purpose built for the high-intensity requirements of Bitcoin mining and blockchain transactional verification.”

Michael Shea, AIA, Director of Ross & Baruzzini’s Mission Critical Group adds, “Much has changed since we first collaborated with Tim Roberts who was the visionary for the design of advanced data centers in in the late 1990s in New York, San Francisco, and St. Louis. Ross & Baruzzini is embracing the latest advanced technologies in the design of this next generation, eco-friendly data center for high intensity hosting in Wenatchee, Washington to maximize efficiencies in data, power and cooling systems to support the HashingSpace mission.”

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