Since the inception of one of the UK's premier Science Parks, Cambridge Science Park, in 1971, Scott White and Hookins has worked for Trinity College through all phases of development to manage and control the infrastructure and external works.
We have drawn on this unique experience in infrastructure from Cambridge Science Park to undertake detailed studies for potential future developments. Recently we completed detailed infrastructure studies for proposed Science, Business and Technology Parks, such as the 80 hectare development at Eureka Business Park at Ashford in Kent, Loughborough Science Park, Northamptonshire Business Realm and Hucknall Science Park.
Our report on a site typically focuses on, amongst others, the provision of electricity/power and broadband services taking account of phased development of the site. Key milestones in terms of cost and development have been reported on to provide developers and clients essential information to assess the viability of the developments.