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Glasgow office achieves platinum award for digital infrastructure

by Sion Geschwindt
Glasgow office achieves platinum award for digital infrastructure

FORE Partnership’s ‘Cadworks’ office building in Glasgow has achieved a ‘Platinum’ WiredScore award, which recognises excellence in digital connectivity.

A WiredScore certified building offers seamless digital connectivity, which is a significant benefit for tenants who require absolute assurance that their business will never be compromised by a poor digital offering.

Having recently signed tenants, TLT and Ovo Energy, Cadworks’ innovation and investment in its digital infrastructure incorporates best-in-class connectivity, air quality sensors, and an app that enables tenants and building managers to interact with the building.

Aurélien Collignon, partner at FORE, said: “To be awarded WiredScore’s top Platinum award for our digital infrastructure is a huge success for our team, which has put real consideration into what tenants need throughout the whole design and build process.

“It’s crucial that our occupiers have complete confidence that when they bring their business to Cadworks, they will have seamless connectivity that delivers every single day. This Award recognises our investment into our digital infrastructure and we are delighted to have been presented with it.”

Tom McClellan, country director, UK & Ireland and growth markets of WiredScore, added: “By achieving WiredScore Platinum certification, FORE Partnership has demonstrated its commitment to future-proofing Cadworks for years to come in an ever increasingly competitive real estate landscape.

“By placing sustainability at the heart of their strategy, FORE Partnership is demonstrating its attention to creating a first-class office environment for its tenants and to positively impacting the dynamism of our cities.”

Image: FORE Partnership’s Cadworks building

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