Scott Brownrigg to attend the UK Science Park Association's annual conference

Scott Brownrigg to attend the UK Science Park Association's annual conference

24.10.12

Scott Brownrigg is attending the UK Science Park Association's annual conference at the Innovation Centre, Northern Ireland on 25 and 26 October 2012.

As members of the Science Park Association, Scott Brownrigg is attending the latest conference in Belfast to continue to strengthen its skills and sector expertise in Science and Innovation Campus design, enterprise hubs and laboratory design. Group Director, Bruce Calton will be in attendance to hear about next generation science park design, the role of science parks in the economy and the status these campus facilities have in generating employment, revenue and reinforcing the UK's highly regarded status in the field of research and innovation.

The conference will also touch upon new offices for innovation whilst also showcasing companies leading the way in science, innovation and enterprise.

Bruce Calton, Group Director comments:

“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 by the high quality employers choosing to locate within the UK is still on the rise; and Scott Brownrigg has been working with universities, campus/park operators and investment groups developing Science Parks to create new leading environmentally sustainable campus environments that provide the right ingredients to promote better research and greater employment opportunities. Growing new businesses from University Graduates and companies collocating upon University Campus land through to accommodating the largest HQ science and research companies on bespoke parks has been a key feature of our sector, whilst our own internal Design Research Unit has been developing a new laboratory design for the UK with ZBP, Sinclair Clarke and Faithful & Gould".

If you would like to discuss any Science Park, Research or Laboratory opportunities please contact:

Bruce Calton – b.calton@scottbrownrigg.com