New life science incubator facility set to be built in Nottingham
A new life science incubator facility which will be located close to BioCity it set to be built in Nottingham, as part of an effort to provide more space for expanding bioscience businesses, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
The project was designed by architects CPMG, with Gleeds as project and cost manager. Notts-based consulting engineers Morgan Tucker will also work on the scheme.
Nick Heath, operations director at Willmott Dixon in the East Midlands, said: "This is a really exciting project for Nottingham as it looks to grow the bioscience industry within the city and we are thrilled to have been selected as the main contractor.
"The new building will feature a number of state-of-the-art biology and chemistry laboratories in a range of sizes, as well as ancillary space for commercial lease to both start-up and existing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) within the sector.
"BioCity is already a flourishing facility within the city and the addition of this new centre will further establish the hub of knowledge and skills within the city. It is hoped that this will help to nurture those businesses already present within Nottingham, but also work to attract new ones to the city."
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