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300 Business Affiliate UKSPA Directory 2017 Scott Brownrigg Harlow Science Park is a major Scott Brownrigg project, with the first two buildings completing in 2018 L ocati on 77 Endell Street London WC2H 9DZ C ontact detai l s Bruce Calton Group Director E: b.calton@scottbrownrigg.com Ed Hayden Director E: e.hayden@scottbrownrigg.com T: 0207 240 7766 www.scottbrownrigg.com Twitter: @ScottBrownrigg International design practice Scott Brownrigg is working with universities, campus, business and technology park operators, and investment groups to develop and evolve Science and Technology Parks across the UK. Together we are creating environmentally sustainable campuses to promote better research, improved innovation, greater interaction, and improved campus life. By working at a macro to micro scale, using both brown and green field sites, and redeveloping outdated Parks, we have been able to deliver highly valuable consents for the science and innovation industry. These include the masterplan design and delivery of 20 independent science, research and innovation buildings with support facilities across the new Harlow Science Park; the reinvigorating of Cambridge Science Park with the design and delivery of 380,000 sq ft of office, laboratory and technical workspace across five buildings; the new HQ campus for ARM on Peterhouse Technology Park, which will see 200,000 sq ft of BREEAM Excellent campus buildings complete in 2018; and the new Naval Combat Unique selling point By integrating commercial and advanced technologies expertise with award- winning town planning, workplace strategy and interior design, our clients are provided with a seamless and holistic approach on their schemes, from the initial masterplan through to planning, detailed design, space and workplace analysis on occupier and employee requirements, to final fit-out and furniture selection. Our Design Research Unit’s new Flexible Laboratory Concept provides design options and flexible configurations to suit the future needs of growing research companies. Whilst our Advanced Technologies Sector is leading the way in the global demand for technology intensive buildings for life sciences, manufacturing, data, research and energy. Bruce Calton, Group Director, states: “The science and innovation sector is tremendously important to the UK economy, with research residing as a core skill that we can proudly promote worldwide. Research skills and inward investment into the UK science and technology park sector by high quality employers is still on the rise, and we have been working with universities, campus and business park operators to facilitate the growth of new businesses.” The practice has its Headquarters in London and regional offices in Guildford, Cardiff and Edinburgh, and internationally in New York, Singapore and Moscow. Our success is based on quality of design and an ability to remain agile and adaptable to industry changes, as well as providing our clients with an integrated design and delivery service. ■ Se c tor s Se r vi ce s Simulation building at Portsdown Technology Park. The Practice has also worked with Oxford Science Park, Milton Park, Green Park, Howbery Park, Universities of Reading and Surrey. Our expertise ranges from providing facilities for growing new businesses who wish to co-locate on university campus land, through to masterplanning, designing and redeveloping parks that can accommodate the largest of headquarters for the science, research and technology sectors. Our work in the pharmaceutical sector includes headquarters and research buildings for Lilly, Novartis, Becton Dickinson, Johnson and Johnson, Celgene, NHS Bowl Cancer Screening Laboratories, BAE, and Quintiles. Advanced Technologies Business Space Mixed Use Masterplanning Architecture Interior Design