As founding partners in the Foundation for Jobs initiative – we’ve been delighted to support this award-winning scheme for Darlington’s young.  We believe that building closer links with business is a great strategy giving inspiraton and direction to this generation – especially in uncertain times.

Hosting this year’s Low Carbon Engineering event in Beehive – our latest office space in Darlington now available – over 100 young people will be able to meet with global leaders such as Whessoe; Cummins and Modus Seabed Intervention.  RTC North will be bringing vex robots alive and Durham University will be unveiling their latest developments around smart materials – a great addition to our mission to mars planned again.  The event aimed to challenge perceptions of what engineering was and what engineers do – inspiring interest in a sector that is vital to both the North East landscape and Darlington’s unique economy.

Inspiring future leaders in inspired office space

With mars robots, electric vehicles, deep sea robotics and even the chance to feel the force of F1 racing – students will feel better equipped knowing the range of roles available in engineering – all taking place around inspiring office space in Darlington – thanks to over 10,000 sqft space of available office space at Beehive.

With Darlington’s main industry being based around engineering and the emerging (and fascinating) low carbon industry – its great to see that Foundation for Jobs have been able to pull together the leading players under one roof – our roof – and inspire our next generation to understand how this could be the industry for them!

If you’re interested in how your business could benefit from inspired space like Beehive or any other space at Lingfield Point, give us a tinkle or pop in for a cuppa

or speak to one of our leasing agents, Tim Carter at Connect Property NE on 01642 602001

or our on-site leasing agent, David Jackson at Jackson & Partners on 01325 352461.

 

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