Technology giant google has plans to build a data center at a Tennessee valley authority industrial megasite in Montgomery County. The Tennessean reports the California—based company plans to take over the site that was home to the failed hemlock semiconductor plant in Clarksville. County commissioners and industrial leaders are expected to approve Google’s offer to buy the site today. Google’s Clarksville expansion planned as it broadens its fiber internet service in Tennessee and other parts of the southeast. Earlier the company said it would build a similar data center at Bridgeport, Alabama outside Chattanooga. About 70 would be initially employed at the Clarksville site.