Muhammad Khan – The role of an Architect in Data Centre development

In this episode I am joined by Muhammad Khan, Studio Director at Stephen George & Partners LLP. After graduating in architecture at the University of Strathclyde, Muhammad has gone on to develop a successful career in the industry and he now has a focus on mission critical projects.

We discuss how Muhammad’s enjoyment of art resulted in him pursuing a career in architecture, how he initially gained exposure to the data centre industry, and how the design of data centres continues to develop as the industry expands.

We then discuss Muhammad’s role in mentoring the future generation of architects, how important this is to ensure knowledge is shared across the industry, and how we need to ensure that everyone is aware of the career opportunities within the data centre sector.

Muhammad is a great example of someone who is keen to ensure his knowledge is shared across the industry to future proof the talent working in the sector. The more we share, the more we learn!

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