Plot 26 Cambridge Park Shortlisted for UKSPA Awards 2019


Wonderful news as Plot 26 Cambridge Park within the UKSPA “Project” Award category has been shortlisted to participate in the next stage of the 2019 Awards.

The UKSPA Awards celebrate individual as well as corporate achievement and the categories have been chosen to ensure that all members have the opportunity of participating in the programme. Whilst all Awards schemes require winners, a key aim of the UKSPA Awards is to create and publicise as many examples of good practice and innovation as possible.

The 65,000 sq ft building was designed by Scott Brownrigg for Trinity College and Bidwells, and is the first in a series of new buildings to be delivered on the park, which is repositioning to become a leading global technology hub.

The three storey building sits on a landscaped podium over undercroft parking, shared with adjacent plots 22 and 25 (to be completed in 2019). The relationship between these three buildings has influenced the design and positioning of plot 26 on the site.

Scott Brownrigg Director Jason Lebidineuse who led on the design said:  “The buildings innovative design has been used as a catalyst for the development of this important science park, setting the standard for future development in the area.”

The UKSPA is the representative body for Science Parks, Incubators, Innovation Centres and the wider innovation movement in the UK. The UKSPA Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements and activities of its members and the impact which they, and their tenant companies, have made to local, national and international economies and communities.