Cadworks Secures New Tenant: SThree Management Services
28th Aug 2023
FORE Partnership, the purpose-driven real estate investment firm, has announced that global STEM-specialist staffing firm, SThree, has taken 10,112 sq. ft. on a 10-year lease at Cadworks in Glasgow city centre.
SThree will move into its new home on the sixth-floor space at Scotland’s most sustainable office building, joining existing occupiers TLT, OVO and Brewin Dolphin.
Cadworks, which comprises 95,000 sq. ft. of Grade A space and has been named the most innovative building in the UK by the British Council for Offices, is recognised as the country’s greenest workspace.
It features Scotland’s first cycle-in access ramp, anti-viral air purifying paint, extensive storage for bicycles and electric vehicles only, and has formed innovative partnerships with grassroots community organisations. The building also features a vibrant event space.
Aurélien Collignon, Partner at FORE Partnership, said: “We are delighted to announce SThree as a tenant at our flagship Glasgow building, Cadworks. SThree is a global name with a significant presence in the city and will play a fundamental role in the Cadworks community.
“As well as being an HQ for household name tenants we are also a growing community that hosts events, works with charity partners and supports connections between our tenants and the wider city. We’re very pleased to welcome SThree to Cadworks as they are fully aligned with our ambitions and vision.”
Karen Chalmers, Director of Regional Operations for SThree, added: “We are looking forward to moving into our new Glasgow home at Cadworks. Their purpose-driven approach to business mirrors SThree's values, particularly in supporting sustainability and giving back to the community. It's an exciting time for our people who will enjoy a vibrant workplace that enables collaboration and allows innovation to thrive.
“This new move is a key step in SThree’s net zero transition plan, as we make progress to achieve our science-based net zero target.”
FORE Partnership was represented in the deal by Avison Young whilst SThree was represented by Savills.