UKSPA Directory 2017 2017-18 - Page 213

UKSPA Directory 2017 Scotland | Full Member 213 “The Park provides a dynamic environment for all types of technology companies, whether start- ups, global leaders or indigenous investors” C o m p a n i e s o n th e Pa r k • National Engineering Laboratory (NEL) A leading provider of independent consultancy, on-site measurement, and training services to the energy industry. • The Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre A cluster of high- technology research laboratories operated by the University of Glasgow. 465m 2 (5,000 sq ft), all offering flexible lease terms. The multi-occupancy buildings owned by Scottish Enterprise include Prism House, the Nasmyth, and Brunel Buildings. The Technology Centre is a privately owned modern multi- occupancy building with available space from 650 sq ft. These buildings benefit from an innovative structured cabling system, with each unit cabled individually to provide networking capabilities on a unit by unit basis, and the ability to link multiple units together to provide a larger virtual network. The Torus Building, a multi-occupied sustainable development completed in late 2006, has been given a BREEAM rating of Very Good, and benefits from a wind turbine that supplies power for the common parts of the building. The development secured a pre-let to existing tenant of the Park, Ecebs Limited and Hydro Contracting Limited, now occupying over 4,000 square feet. The Pegasus and Orion Building are more recent developments on the Park, with the Orion Building recently passed over to new ownership and offering multi-occupied sustainable offices. The Pegasus building, until recently occupied by the Weirs Group, has now been sub-let to NXP. NXP Semiconductors UK Ltd are a new organisation welcomed to the Park this Spring. This organisation will bring approximately 100 highly technical roles. NXP are in the process of being acquired by Qualcomm. We are likely to see a re-branding during 2017. Tra ns por t l i nks Ne a r by Rail: 1.3 miles to East Kilbride Road: Right on the A726 Queensway Air: 15 miles to Glasgow Airport Future Aims With the Park continuing to grow, the management team are already looking at the next development. The main aim for the future of SETP is to ensure it meets its full potential as an asset for Scotland, in relation to the growth and prosperity of the existing companies, and to continue to attract new and expanding companies. All of the services, facilities and assistance available to encourage growth, combined with the Park’s high levels of leading- edge research and development, make this one of Scotland’s leading Science and Technology Parks. ■ •  E. K. Engineering Services Ltd. Engaged in the design, development, recruitment, and manufacture of high technology engineering projects. Recently acquired by Belcan LLC, a private engineering consultancy services and technical staffing solutions company. . • Heliex Power Ltd. Developed steam screw expanders, which recover energy from waste or low grade steam and use it to drive an alternator to generate electricity. •  Safeglass (Europe) Ltd An award-winning company in the Innovation category of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. • Gael Limited A specialist supplier of management software to handle compliance, safety, risk and performance. •  Clansman Dynamics Designing and developing robotic mechanical handling equipment, they provide supremely robust high- technology solutions •  Energy Technology Centre Their core skills and expertise are in mechanical, electrical, and aeronautical engineering. •  Ecebs Limited An advanced technology company specialising in Smartcard Software Development and solutions. Recently acquired by Rambus. •  Prism House A newly acquired property to SE’s current portfolio. This building is a dynamic single-storey office development, providing flexible accommodation. •  Technotots A privately owned Children’s Nursery School, which works in partnership with SLC, to provide care and education for pre-fives. S tr a te g i c n e tw o r k East Kilbride Glasgow Hamilton NXP Semiconductors UK Ltd Hydro Contracting Ltd Scottish Enterprise