Wednesday, January 7, 2009

News: The Advanced Manufacturing Park Technology Centre


Yorkshire Forward's landmark buildings on the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) in Rotherham have been renamed. The state of the art Innovation Technology Centre and the second phase, the Environmental Energy Technology Centre, will be collectively known as the Advanced Manufacturing Park Technology Centre. The centre offers office and workshop space for hi-tech advanced engineering, manufacturing and materials organisations. There is a total of 50,000 sq ft of lettable space across two wings. It has been designed to accommodate and support a range of manufacturing-related activities, from fledgling engineering and technology companies, University spin-offs and subsidiaries of established companies. Alongside the office and workshop space there is a comprehensive range of meeting, conference, admin and business support facilities available. The centre is managed by Oxford Innovation and the buildings include features such as ground source heat pumps, photovoltaic cells and grey water recapture systems. The recently installed wind turbine will provide power to the building as part of what is set to be the largest wind-to-hydrogen power system in the UK. High-tech companies based at the centre include Rolls Royce, Bromley Performance Sports, Pulse Tidal Ltd and nCode.


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