Servelec Controls is relocating its Aberdeen operation to Moorfield Group’s Innovation Park in Bridge of Don.
The systems integration specialist, a long-term occupier at the Energy & Innovation Parks, has agreed a 10-year lease for 6,000sq ft at Crombie Lodge.
Its move from offices in the Technology Centre on Claymore Drive will give it about 30% more floorspace.
Crombie Lodge totals 12,000sq ft over two floors and is undergoing a major reconfiguration and refurbishment, managed by Aberdeen-based architect Cooper & MacGregor.
The project, which includes upgrades to the exterior, is slated for completion this autumn.
The facility is being designed to Servelec Control’s specification and will incorporate 4,800sq ft of office and meeting accommodation, with the remaining space earmarked for warehousing and storage.
Ronald Holden, divisional director for Sheffield-based Servelec Controls, said: “This move will mark the beginning of an exciting new chapter in our history, following our successful management buyout earlier this year.
“It will provide the perfect growth platform to enable us to stand alone and become more agile in our approach to our customers in critical industries, which include oil and gas, nuclear, renewable energy and defence.
“We appreciate the support we have received from Moorfield to secure and develop a bespoke facility, designed with our business needs firmly in mind.”