The property management consultancy team at GVA has won the brief to manage Ansty Park.
GVA will provide a full range of property management services to the Coventry technology park which is already home to the 120,000 sq ft Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) and a 136,000 sq ft store support centre for Sainsbury's .
Ansty Park is owned by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and was one of several assets transferred over following the closure of regional development agency Advantage West Midlands.
There is more than 200,000 sq ft currently under construction on site, including the MTC Aerospace facility, the University of Birmingham and Rolls Royce High Temperature Casting facility and the National Engineering Academy.
Guy Thompson, director and regional head of property management at GVA, said: "We are incredibly excited to be appointed to work with the HCA and their occupiers at Ansty Park.
"This is a first-class location and destination, providing an environment for ground-breaking research and development.
"GVA will be providing service charge management, budgeting and accounting, together with facilities management, repairs and maintenance.
"We will be particularly focusing on the needs of the occupiers, working with them to ensure that as the park evolves, we ensure that the quality of the environment is maintained and that we provide our own innovation in the park's management."
Steve Holland, of the HCA, added: "Ansty Park is of huge importance to the HCA and Coventry.
"We are currently seeing a surge of interest in the development and it is crucial to us that the park is in safe hands as far as property and facilities management is concerned."
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