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Timothy L Sadler

Datacenter Architect

Tim Sadler holds the position of Datacenter Architect for Microsoft in Redmond, Wash. Sadler hails originally from Guthrie, (Todd County) Ky. He graduated from the College of Design (then College of Architecture) at UK in 1990. He received his master’s in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 1993. Sadler has 10 years’ experience in corporate interior design including five years as principal of Formworks, an interiors practice in Nashville. He later shifted his professional focus to medical and technical architecture working mostly on radiation oncology, imaging and critical care unit projects for Seattle-area hospitals and healthcare organizations.

In 2013, Sadler joined Amazon Web Services and contributed to datacenter projects in Australia, Ireland, Germany, Japan and the United States. Sadler joined Microsoft in 2015 where he works to develop the next generation of datacenter infrastructure for hyperscale cloud computing.

Sadler is a licensed architect since 1998 and is NCARB certified. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Infrastructure Masons, an organization of datacenter infrastructure professionals

Timothy L Sadler, AIA

Redmond, WA | 47.6697027, -122.1916178

Tim Sadler holds the position of Datacenter Architect for Microsoft in Redmond, Wash. Sadler hails originally from Guthrie, (Todd County) Ky. He graduated from the College of Design (then College of Architecture) at UK in 1990. He received his master’s in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 1993. Sadler has 10 years’ experience in corporate interior design including five years as principal of Formworks, an interiors practice in Nashville. He later shifted his professional focus to medical and technical architecture working mostly on radiation oncology, imaging and critical care unit projects for Seattle-area hospitals and healthcare organizations. In 2013, Sadler joined Amazon Web Services and contributed to datacenter projects in Australia, Ireland, Germany, Japan and the United States. Sadler joined Microsoft in 2015 where he works to develop the next generation of datacenter infrastructure for hyperscale cloud computing. Sadler is a licensed architect since 1998 and is NCARB certified. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Infrastructure Masons, an organization of datacenter infrastructure professionals.

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