Oxford’s first speculative ‘Lab Ready’ Building

Completion is due this summer, with availability from 15,000 sq ft up to 88,953 sq ft.

Currently under construction, The Iversen Building is the first of two next generation purpose built Laboratory and Office buildings to be developed on The Oxford Science Park, with completion due in summer 2023 followed by the Leggett Building which will provide 81,372 sq ft of laboratory/office space. The buildings’ names continue The Oxford Science Park’s tradition of honouring the scientific contributions of eminent former Fellows of Magdalen College Oxford, the Park’s majority owner. The two leading scientists recognised here are experimental psychologist Professor Susan Iversen CBE FMedSci and Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Professor Sir Anthony Leggett FRS HonFInstP

The Iversen Building is designed by award winning architect Perkins+Will with lab-ready accommodation available over the three upper floors and extensive parking, loading and laboratory amenity at ground and first floor levels.  Turnkey solutions are also available.

Key building highlights include:

  • Designed to support a 70:30 CL2 lab to office ratio on floors 2&3 and 50:50 ratio on floor 4
  • 6 air changes per hour to 70% of floorplate
  • 4.35m slab to ceiling heights
  • On floor plant rooms with pre-installed air handling plant
  • Tenant ductwork pre-installed for main services



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