Stace are proud to be involved in the development of one of the world’s leading technology hubs.

Cambridge Science Park was founded in 1970 when Trinity College Cambridge led the development of establishing Cambridge as the technology hotspot for the UK and beyond.

Today, Cambridge Science Park comprises 150 acres, 1.7 million sq ft of high technology and laboratory buildings and currently is the home to over 100 companies.

The Park is currently in its next phase of development, which led to the opening of the Bradfield Centre in 2017.

Our Role

Stace are providing Cost Management services on the new buildings at Cambridge Science Park for Trinity College.

Plot 184 is a new landmark scheme in commemoration of Sir John Bradfield. The scheme will provide an innovation hub to support entrepreneurs and businesses in Cambridge.

Our Impact

The building was envisaged to provide 41,000ft² of commercial office space and to be designed and built to BREEAM Excellent standard.

The Cat B works include the formation of office pods, meeting rooms, open plan works areas, an auditorium, yoga room, and a commercial kitchen. A single tenant will be taking over the entire building and providing flexible office space solutions to start-up companies and small businesses.

Additionally, to the original contract, a lakeside Pavilion area including a bar area and outdoor seating will be provided.

Stace has been retained as Quantity Surveyors for the development of plots 22 and 25 as part of the ongoing redevelopment of the world-class facilities at this seminal science hub. The buildings are environmentally friendly, include hidden car parking and provide flexible spaces for tenants.