A unique combination of laboratory, workshop and high-tech office space for science and technology-based businesses.
The new £10.1m, three-storey centre being created at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park will provide 4,000 square metres of space for high specification laboratory and workshop space, as well as a café and space for parking. The unrivalled specialist facilities will be ideal for scientific- based SME businesses and enhance their research and development activities.
It will also allow businesses to access support channels on the Science Park such as the Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centre and Black Country Growth Hub
The project, due to be completed in spring 2017, has been funded through a £4.8m grant from the Growth Deal to the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership, with the remaining £5.3m coming from the University.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the Science Park, Professor Ian Oakes said:
“This exciting new development will be the only facility of its type in the Black Country. We already have around 80 businesses based at the Science Park and this new centre will attract another 30, bringing with them high-value jobs for the area and for graduates.”
Facilities available from spring 2017:
For more information please contact:
t: 01902 824000 or Lynsey Whitfield: Lynsey.Whitfield@wlv.ac.uk
The perfect environment for technology & science based businesses, with a focus on Aerospace, Automotive, Construction and Life Science sectors