New Year, New Office, Same amazing experience.

It has been an amazing start to 2022! We have secured a number of new and exciting projects with many more in the pipeline. We have moved offices but one thing that’s hasn’t changed is our 1st class client service.

We would like to say a massive thank you to Discovery Park for a painless move from our old offices into our new space. The team here did an amazing job of supporting us and keeping us updated during the refurbishment of the office.

We were discussing what we should do on the back wall. In the end, we decided a nod to Nicola Tesla would be a nice way to finish the office.

Tesla studied math and physics at the Technical University of Graz and philosophy at the University of Prague. In 1882, while on a walk, he came up with the idea for a brushless AC motor, making the first sketches of its rotating electromagnets in the sand of the path.

History.com

We would very much like to hear from you, and if you are passing Discovery Park please drop us a message and come in for a coffee?

Discovery Park

Innovation House

Over the past 20+ years in the construction industry, we have spent quite some time at both Pfizer and Discovery park. It is a familiar feeling being here, and we have been impressed by the support the team provides. The park certainly has options for both startups and larger organisations.

It has been an amazing start to 2022, and we can only hope that its going to be an amazing year!


Do you have a project coming up?

Why not get in touch with our team today to discuss? We offer free and confidential advice and are happy to support projects of all sizes.

Published by Lex Rouzee

A versatile Building Services Engineer with extensive experience within the construction industry, involving principally electrical bias design, installation, commissioning and testing. Significant experience within the building services sector has been gained from progressing through site installation, supervisor and now design and consultancy.

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