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Appetite for Business at Davidson House

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Another deal has been concluded at Moorfield Group’s Aberdeen Innovation Park, as IT and data provider, Appetite for Business expand operations at the park.

Led by award-winning business woman Sheryl Newman, the company has agreed terms to lease a unit at the recently refurbished Davidson House on Campus One.

Appetite for Business is a specialist IT technology & learning consultancy. It works with firms, across all sectors to increase productivity, achieve cost savings and empower their respective workforces through the adoption of the latest technology such as cloud-based 365 and SharePoint software, automated business process and it training.

Sheryl Newman said: “It has been another exciting year for our company. This relocation is part of our continued growth strategy. The location provides a high-quality environment which is ideal to solidify Appetite as a company that is working with IT technology, combined with robust thinking and customer focused service approach to ensure our clients can optimise operations, cut costs, reclaim time and unlock the long term value of SharePoint. We have a talented and hard-working team in place and have some fantastic partners. Together we are, committed to providing an unrivalled level of service to our clients, both in the north-east and around the world.”

Speaking on behalf of the parks’ owner, Moorfield Real Estate Fund III, Mark Holmes from Moorfield Group added: “We are delighted to welcome Sheryl and the Appetite for Business team to Davidson House.

“We remain committed to investment across both the Innovation and Energy Parks, with Davidson House recently undergoing an extensive refurbishment programme, which included the redesign of the reception space and individual office suites.

Matt Park from Knight Frank agreed: “The quality of space, along with competitive terms makes it an ideal environment for an innovative business with an appetite for success.”

Davidson House offers occupiers flexible office suites with generous car parking. Additional services include a manned reception, concierge services, conference rooms, cycle parking and showers. The Innovation Park is conveniently located, approximately three miles north of Aberdeen city centre and close to the new Third Don Crossing.

For availability details, please visit: http://aberdeeninnovationpark.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/5544-Innovation-Park-Davidson-House.pdf

Knight Frank and Ryden and joint agents for Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks.

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Four more deals at the James Gregory Centre

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Four more deals have been concluded at the James Gregory Centre on Campus Two at Aberdeen Innovation Park:

All Design (Scotland) Ltd, a long-established family-run architectural firm has moved to a new office location at Unit 22 within the centre. The firm provides the full range of architectural services, covering Aberdeenshire, Tayside and Moray.

Arthur McKay & Co Ltd, has signed up for a small office suite at Unit 14. The company is one of the UK’s leading building support services providers, delivering a range of M&E and FM services. With offices already established in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Carlisle, Halifax and London, the Aberdeen base will be a new satellite operation, to service business interests in the north east of Scotland.

Business A.R.D. Ltd, a local independent computer consultant and an existing occupier has moved to a larger suite within the centre. The company will use the additional space at Units 6/7 to help develop increased business opportunities.

Lighthouse, a firm of creative designers, digital and identity consultants, which was founded in 1992 has agreed terms at Unit 12.

The James Gregory Centre is a modern serviced office centre set in the heart of Aberdeen Innovation Park and provides a mix serviced office suites, suitable for of two to eight people and available on highly flexible terms. The centre offers ample car parking and shared parts of the building have recently undergone refurbishment. The Innovation Park is conveniently located, approximately three miles north of Aberdeen city centre and close to the new Third Don Crossing.

Speaking on behalf of the parks’ owner, Moorfield Real Estate Fund III, Mark Holmes from Moorfield Group said:
“The James Gregory Centre is generating lots of positive interest and we have concluded six deals at the centre in the last 12 months, with new occupiers choosing the location and existing occupiers looking to expand. These deals are a strong endorsement for the flexible and cost-effective opportunities that we offer to tenants on the park.”

For availability details, please visit: http://aberdeeninnovationpark.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/5505-Innovation-Park-James-Gregory-Centre-spr-1.pdf

Knight Frank and Ryden are joint agents for Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks.

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Subsea Award for EC-OG

EC-OG,  an employee owned independent Subsea Engineering consultancy based in Aberdeen Innovation Park has recently won the 2017 Best Small Company at the Subsea UK Awards.

This prestigious award recognises excellence in overall company performance in the subsea sector including the company’s development and impact, as well as plans for the future success of the company.

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Hat-trick of deals at the James Gregory Centre

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Moorfield Group, the owner of Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks is delighted to conclude three office deals at the James Gregory Centre on Campus Two at Aberdeen Innovation Park:

  • 4MS Network Services, an existing occupier is up-sizing and taking Unit 2, in addition to the four units it already occupies, taking the company’s total office floorspace at the centre to just over 1,000 sq ft. Established in 2007, 4MS is an IP communications and network services business, serving the global oil & gas industry from Aberdeen. The company is a Cisco Premier Partner and works with large energy businesses, providing turnkey IP communications project services and operational support, covering preparation, planning, design, installation, operation and optimisation.
  • HSI Lateral Wave Limited, has signed up for a small office suite at Unit 8. Relocating from smaller offices on the south of Aberdeen, the company is a fully independent non-destructive testing organisation providing innovative advanced ultrasonic services such as phased array, Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD), corrosion mapping and acoustic emission to the oil, gas, chemical, power generation, defence and food industries. It is part of the HSI Group, which has head offices in Los Angeles and regional UK offices in Ellesmere Port, Belfast and Aberdeen.
  • Blue Spark Energy UK has agreed terms on Unit 24. The company is US-owned and provides oilfield services, specifically well services & well intervention or remediation services using Blue Spark’s WASP technology.

 

Speaking on behalf of the parks’ owner, Moorfield Real Estate Fund III, Mark Holmes from Moorfield Group said:

“It is particularly pleasing to see existing and new occupiers building their operations here at the James Gregory Centre. These deals are a strong endorsement for the flexible and cost-effective opportunities that we offer to occupiers.”

The James Gregory Centre is a modern serviced office centre set in the heart of Aberdeen Innovation Park and provides a mix of 2 to 8 persons serviced office suites that are available on highly flexible terms.
The centre offers ample car parking and shared parts of the building have recently undergone extensive refurbishment.

The Innovation Park is conveniently located, approximately three miles north of Aberdeen city centre and close to the new Third Don Crossing.

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Third Don Crossing improves connectivity to Innovation Park

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The new £22.3 million Don Crossing, located close to Aberdeen Innovation Park opened to traffic in May.

Christened the Diamond Bridge, the link between Tillydrone and Danestone has opened up an extra communication link across to Bridge of Don and bring benefits to Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks, as well as the city, in terms of traffic flow and accessibility.

Speaking on behalf of the parks’ owner, Moorfield Real Estate Fund III, Mark Holmes from Moorfield Group said:

“This is a vital piece of new infrastructure that will help support business development. It will reduce traffic flow, as well as relieve congestion around the Persley Bridge when travelling in and out of the Bridge of Don area.”

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