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27 Mar 2015

Ceremony marks construction of Advanced Technology Innovation Centre

ATIC topping out L-R: Jon Walker (Director of Enterprise Development, Loughborough University), Cllr David Slater (Leader, Charnwood Borough Council), Mandip Rai (Head of Strategy and Engagement, Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership), Cllr Blake Pain (Lead Member for Economic Growth, Leicestershire County Council) and Geoff Parker (CEO, Charnwood Borough Council).

Dignitaries from around the region gathered at the University on Thursday 26 March to celebrate the completion of the first phase of construction of the new Advanced Technology Innovation Centre.

The Advanced Technology Innovation Centre (ATIC) is the first new building to be developed as part of the expansion of Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Parks (LUSEP). 

ATIC will provide high specification office, studio and rent-a-desk space for up to 50 companies, ranging from early-stage businesses to large SMEs. When it opens its doors in September 2015, it is anticipated that ATIC will have over 50% occupancy, based on current firm expressions of interest.

ATIC’s development is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)1

Read the press release for more.