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Research Park (London) Reception Case Study
Transforming A Space Into Something Usable
The Research Park is a concrete response to the needs of industry. The Park is an innovation enabler. It's a place where the necessary elements for innovation and economic development partner with business to create competitive advantage.
The Park's simple mandate is to ally with business to identify, facilitate and accelerate innovation so it can more rapidly be brought to market.
To make all these things happen, London Research Park needed a functional space!
This is where LCS came in.
We popped in on Carol Lines at London Research Park reception to talk to her about her experience with the LCS Team and the solutions we provided.
When the reception area was originally planned, it was not designed to meet the exact needs of Carol and the rest of the staff. LCS reviewed the current layout and redesigned the space as well as introduced better ergonomic solutions.
"Our experience with LCS was fantastic! Bill was always there to guide us in the right direction and to answer any questions that arose," Carol told us.
The outcome: improved ergonomic workspaces that are flexible and usable.
It was great working with Carol and the rest of the staff at Research Park London.