A RUNCORN business and technical park is flourishing with new arrivals, growing companies and successful achievements.
Computer games specialist d3t, which designs, develops and delivers technology for clients through contract services or consultancy, has moved into The Heath Commercial director Jamie Campbell said:”We needed more space. A key attraction for us was the level of security The Heath provides.
“As a technology company that sometimes works on sensitive projects that was very important.”
With 15 years’ experience in the computer games industry, his business is committed to supporting games studios’ technical requirements, as well as bringing the industry’s ground-breaking technology and know-how to other sectors looking to enhance their own software, systems and smartphone and tablet apps.
Growing IT services company Polymorph Ltd is taking 2,075 sq.ft of additional office space.
The company specialises in Microsoft, IBM, Google and Apple technologies and has been at The Heath since 2002.
Courier service company Cal SameDay Ltd, which specialises in same day deliveries, nationwide, 24 hours a day, has also expanded, having traded from the site since November 2011.
Consultancy and laboratory based research and development company, Speritech has been awarded a £100,000 grant to develop a range of wound dressings.
Lesley Lunt, sales and marketing Mmanager at The Heath, said: “It’s been a great start to 2014 both for The Heath and its resident businesses which are flourishing within their respective fields.
“We are delighted to be able to support such a varied range of companies achieve their goals and wish them continued success in the future.”
The Heath is home to more than 170 individual organisations ranging from forensic science and IT to website designers and government agencies.
More than1,800 people work at the site.