Every business wants a place to park. And not just a place to park, but how about an entire park? Like a business park that’s convenient, easy, and simple.
As the energy industry expands, so do the needs of sustainable work settings! We want new, we want creative, we want efficient, and we want wow!
Emerging in energy cities these days are business parks that provide a higher standard in living and working. Trends are seeing businesses move from downtown to uptown into business parks with all the amenities that make things work.
Work life balance is a top priority within these “power parks” through ample parking solutions, smooth traffic flow, close proximity to shopping, fitness facilities, and green-space walking trails.
In one of Canada’s leading energy cities, St. John’s, a power business park is under development on Kelsey Drive. Bristol Court, owned and managed by Northern Property REIT, is the newest office park solution in the region. Attracting powerful companies like PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sun Life Financial, Stantec, and now Technip Canada Limited.
Moving from downtown, Technip is excited about securing an entire building in Bristol Court for their subsea operations. Spanning over two floors, Technip will have over 150 employees working from their own “Technip Building.”
Technip provides a range of engineering, technologies, products, and services to support East Coast Canada’s offshore petroleum industry. According to Jason Muise, managing director of Technip, “Moving to Bristol Court means expanding the company’s horizons. Moving will give Technip a new building with enough space to house all staff in one building. Our staff will have the pleasure of working in a clean, new building with modern conveniences.”
Moving from downtown to uptown is proving to be a beneficial and convenient move for the energy industry, and power parks like Bristol Court are the solution for the future.
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