Tate® Inc. becomes Foundation Partner of Infrastructure Masons and joins Climate Accord to advocate for sustainability in the data center industry

28 July 2022 Tate
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Tate® Inc., a market leader in the manufacturing of raised access floors and data center airflow and infrastructure management solutions, announces its participation as a Foundation Partner of Infrastructure Masons and joins the organization’s Climate Accord to promote sustainability in the data center industry. 
 
Infrastructure Masons (iMasons) was established to provide infrastructure executives and technical professionals an independent forum to connect, grow and give back. As a Foundation Partner, Tate is making a commitment to dedicate time and resources to the organization’s educational, networking and industry initiatives. 
 
The iMasons Climate Accord (ICA) is a historic cooperative of companies committed to reducing carbon in digital infrastructure materials, products and power.  
 
“We established iMasons to unite the builders of the digital age,” said Dean Nelson, Chairman and Founder of Infrastructure Masons. “The ICA represents an unprecedented collaboration between leading digital infrastructure companies to accelerate our journey to carbon neutrality. Today, we are combining forces to compound the efforts of these firms to make meaningful and sustained progress toward that goal.” 
 
Additionally, Tate’s General Manager, Daniel Kennedy, has joined the iMasons Advisory Council to support and provide guidance to the organization. The Advisory Council includes a combination of End Users who are responsible for some of the largest and most progressive infrastructure portfolios in the world and Partners who provide a complete view of the industry, with the goal to foster effective collaboration between Partners and End Users. 
 
“Tate is excited to partner with an organization whose values so closely mirror our own. Our commitment to sustainability includes goals and actions for continuous improvement in the areas of our environment, customers, community and company, which is highlighted by our internal Planet Passionate initiative,” said General Manager Daniel Kennedy. “These key strategies align with the iMasons Climate Accord commitments, which are so important in the data center industry.” 

About Infrastructure Masons 
Infrastructure Masons (iMasons) is a non-profit, professional association of technology and business leaders who represent over $150Bn in infrastructure projects in over 130 countries. The organization is guided by an Advisory Council composed of global leaders who manage some of the largest digital infrastructure portfolios in the world. The iMasons vision is to Unite the Builders of the Digital Age by enabling our global membership to Connect, Grow, and Give Back. Members leave their companies at the door and connect as individuals. iMasons has four strategic industry priorities – increase Awareness, enhance Education opportunities, champion Diversity & Inclusion, and inspire Sustainability through deep member engagement. Visit the website at imasons.org. 
 
About Tate 
Tate, Inc. is an industry leader in the research and development, sales and distribution of raised access floors and data center infrastructure solutions. Tate’s products include concrete and steel raised floor panels, structural ceilings and data center containment and infrastructure distribution solutions. The company provides its clients with floor-to-ceiling solutions which work together to maximize performance. Tate, Inc. is headquartered south of Baltimore in Jessup, Maryland, and is a member of the Kingspan Group of companies.
 

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