The Boole Technology Centre represents a significant milestone for Phase 1 of LSIP.
The development is designed to house small and medium enterprises of 10 to 50 employees, along with small departments of larger firms.
Opening in March 2017, the Boole Technology Centre will provide highly flexible space for technology firms looking for mixed office-lab-workshop space ranging from 800 to 15,000 sq ft.
More information is available at – www.lincolnsciencepark.co.uk/btc
A plaque honouring George Boole, the Lincoln-born mathematician whose work laid the foundations for the modern digital age, has been unveiled on the site of Boole Technology Centre.
Thomas Blount, Director of LSIP, said: “The Boole Technology Centre is the first building on the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park to be purpose-built for technology businesses. It will enable firms of varying sizes and sectors to co-locate with their peers and the University’s neighbouring science laboratories.
“So much of the technology that surrounds us depends on Boole’s algebra, and so there are few names more fitting to honour this new building, which will house companies working in high-tech industries built on the theoretical foundations he established.”
It’s been just over a month since the start of the main construction programme for Boole Technology Centre. We are about a week away from completing the steel structure of the building with the aim of having a watertight building by the end of August.