Ogilvie hands over first phase of new Borders Innovation Park
Ogilvie Construction has handed over the first building in the new Borders Innovation Park, completing phase one of the build programme.
The new facility creates 15,000 square metres of high-quality office space with a car park to the rear and landscaping that ties into the station plaza.
The Borders Innovation Park offices provide the first step in the development of the strategically important Tweedbank Masterplan and is an important destination for new businesses, driving economic growth.
Donald MacDonald, managing director, Ogilvie Construction, said: “We are delighted to have completed this project, creating a high-quality building that provides modern office space for new businesses in the area. The construction team worked closely with Scottish Borders Council throughout the build programme successfully managing all of the challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The Borders Innovation Park is funded by Scottish Borders Council, Scottish Enterprise and the Borders Railway Blueprint programme, as well as £15 million investment secured from the Edinburgh and South East Region City Deal.