“There’s no place like home” – further growth leads to office expansion

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Team Consulting

Company update

Following sustained growth for the last five years, Team Consulting has recently invested in new facilities at the site of its 13th century offices at Abbey Barns in Ickleton to the south of Cambridge.

Complementing our Grade II listed historic main building, our expanded offices now also include facilities in a much newer barn based on our site. They are almost ready for use after an extensive refurbishment project. This office space will create four new laboratories, dedicated secure project spaces, new meeting rooms and a large open-plan office.

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Celebrating the opening of our new facilities

Team, now with well over 100 permanent staff and associates, will soon be able to take advantage of our new facilities which will help our work in the development of life-changing and world-leading medical devices. Our medical device development activity remains strongly focused in the drug delivery and medtech sectors, for a growing, global client base.

 

Short timelapse video of our opening party

Commenting on the investment, Team’s Facilities Manager, Martin Bond said: “The creation of new laboratories and office facilities is a very positive step in our overall plans for site development.

“The new facilities will provide more collaborative and flexible working spaces across the site, and will include state-of-the-art environmental controls in our project areas. This investment is reflective of Team’s progression in its industry, and will be beneficial to our employees and clients.”

Colin Mathews, COO commented: “We are excited to be nearing the completion of an additional 2,800 sq ft as the first phase of our expansion and site-wide refurbishment. This will give us additional project spaces with adjacent project labs, optics lab, HF study prep room and usability study viewing facility. Dedicated spaces enable collaborative working with our clients and suppliers, whilst maintaining individual project confidentiality.”