ORCHA, Peak Technology Solutions and MCS Move to Sci-Tech Daresbury’s £17.8 Million Violet Development

DTM Legal advised tech company Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) on its move to larger premises on the £17.8 million Sci-Tech Daresbury Violet campus in Halton.

Two other companies, the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA) and Peak Technology Solutions also increased their space. All firms had previously occupied smaller spaces on the site.

MCS is a certification company for green energy technologies such as heat pumps and storage batteries. The firm completed its move into its Violet office in July. The office – which spans 4,416 square feet – will serve as a base for the company’s 30+ employees.

MCS chief executive Ian Rippin hailed the move as a positive step for the company. “Our investment in a purpose-built, high-specification workplace at Violet – in the heart of a buzzing technical campus – will continue to reflect our values of collaboration and help to foster even more talent within MCS well into the future,” he said in a statement.

Peak Technology more than doubled its own footprint from 2,000 square feet to 4,200 square
feet, with aims of improving its performance and becoming better able to manage its manufacturing assets and their environmental impact. Likewise, ORCHA is taking up a 4,500 square foot premises to enable the addition of 100 new team members to its headcount.

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