There are times when too many compromises must be made to make the data center project viable. It might be something obvious (you can't get enough power from the local power company or there are frequent flooding problems), or it might be a number of small factors that, when looked at collectively, show that the project is a bad risk. Consider the following possible constraints on the project:
Retrofit problems such as grounding, cable routing, inadequate floor to ceiling height, no way to set up seismic restraints, etc.
Better business decision to use co-location or ISP, if only temporarily
Inadequate pool of qualified employees
Overly expensive location
Inadequate district or too remote ...