Grade A office space now open in Nottingham
We are really proud to have been working on such a prominent scheme on behalf of the council. Nottingham has a fantastic science history and we’re very happy to contribute to the next chapter of that history, and to the changing face of Nottingham’s built environment. It’s especially encouraging to see large-scale projects such as this having a positive social impact through community engagement work, and we are delighted to have been able to assist Willmott Dixon in its work with Emmanuel House.
A collaborative Grade A 22,700 sq. ft office space in Nottingham has now reached completion, providing space for growing firms to expand their research and development facilities near like-minded businesses, creating an effective hub of commercial activity within Nottingham’s Science Park.
The now complete Elizabeth Garrett Anderson building has been named to honour Britain’s first female doctor and celebrate collaboration and innovation on the site. The project includes a café, an 80-space car park and a conference space, allowing companies to host conferences and events, creating a central hub for networking across the entire Nottingham Science Park site.