Stack Infrastructure appoints Mike Casey to lead data centre operations

02 May 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

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Stack Infrastructure has named Mike Casey as its new chief data centre officer.

In his new role, Casey will lead the engineering, commissioning and operations of Stack’s data centre portfolio. To the position, he brings a proven track record of delivering customised data centre solutions and providing high client satisfaction.

“Mike’s seasoned insight into data centre development and operational excellence matches perfectly with our strategy for Stack, which is to align our offering with our clients’ growth trajectories, so that we are always able to provide the solutions they need in the places where they want to be,” said Brian Cox, chief executive officer of Stack. “His hands-on approach and experience as a trusted advisor to clients further position us as a partner of choice for hyperscale and enterprise users as they consider their requirements now and in the future.”

Before joining Stack Casey held senior leadership roles with T5 Data Centers including chief operating officer and president of T5 Facilities Management. At the start of his career, he served as vice president at the Jones Lang LaSalle’s Project and Development Services group. In addition, he was also a member of The Staubach Company’s National Contact and Data Center Practice.

“I am excited to join Stack at this remarkable time of expansion and unlimited opportunity,” Casey added. “The Stack team has established itself as a true partner to clients on the basis of its willingness to bring creative solutions to the table and track record of delivering on its promises. I look forward to building upon this solid foundation to support our clients’ rapidly evolving technology infrastructure needs.”

Casey is only one of a number of new additions to the Stack Infrastructure team, back in February the company appointed Heather Paduck as its new chief financial officer (CFO). In her new role, Paduck will lead the company’s financial strategy and operations, including finance, accounting and raising capital.