Completed in 2013, Inovo is a collaborative space and Glasgow's first office building to achieve an 'A' energy performance certificate and an excellent BREEAM rating.
Created to encourage collaboration between businesses, key partners, and the University of Strathclyde, occupants benefit from being located adjacent to the Technology and Innovation Centre and part of the University of Strathclyde campus.
Inovo is home to a plethora of innovative organisations including three UK catapults including Offshore Renewables, High-Value Manufacturing, and Connected Places. It is also home to four Scottish Innovation centres namely CENSIS, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre, IBioIC, and The Data Lab.
Inovo helps to bridge the gap between industry and academia through the opportunity to co-locate close to the University creating the optimum environment to harness cutting-edge research. As part of the developing Technology and Innovation Zone, Inovo will benefit from the development of new industry-led research clusters and the creation of additional co-location spaces.