Latest Phase of Speculative Construction Completes at the Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks

NEWSLINE MEDIA LIMITEDThe construction of a £5m speculative new build project is now complete at the Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks in Bridge of Don.

Two new units have been constructed on the Aberdeen Energy Park, each providing 12,000 sq ft of industrial accommodation, with an additional 4,000 sq ft of integral high quality office space. The units, which are available for lease or to purchase, have attracted extensive interest both locally and from further afield.

Sandy Smith, Development Director at Buccleuch Property who delivered the units in partnership with Scottish Enterprise, is confident of welcoming new organisations to the Energy Park imminently.

“These new high quality units were designed specifically to meet market demand for facilities of this specification and size which have been lacking in the area which has been borne out by the number of enquiries we’ve received would suggest also.

“We’re pleased to have further developed the Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks which offer thriving and collaborative environments for a range of organisations, from start-ups to global headquarters, and we look forward to welcoming new businesses to the Parks’ community.”

The new units, constructed by CHAP Construction (Aberdeen) Ltd are immediately available for occupation and include 7.5 metre eave heights capable of accommodating a ten tonne crane within the warehouse element, temperature controlled office space, raised access floors, infrastructure to connect to existing fibre networks, secure concrete yards and dedicated parking.  Additionally, the units have an energy and cost efficient Energy Performance Certificate B – rating.

The Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks offer an extensive range of workshop, industrial and office accommodation to satisfy a variety of size and budget requirements, from start-up organisations seeking a fully serviced office, to the delivery of bespoke turn-key HQ facilities across some 55 acres of development land.