Northumbrian Water Limited completes Spectrum move

Northumbrian Water Limited has completed its move onto one of the region’s fastest growing business parks.

NWL has chosen Spectrum Business Park in Seaham as the base for its Framework Partnerships, which sees a number of organisations working together to deliver vital water infrastructure projects across the region.

The move has seen NWL accommodate two of Spectrum 5’s three floors, occupying 27,000 sq ft of prime office space.

The offices are housing around 200 highly skilled employees including Northumbrian Water staff and NWL’s framework partners Esh/MWH, Interserve and MMB, who all deliver the company’s large infrastructure projects.

NWL is Spectrum Business Park’s biggest private sector tenant and joins the likes of Durham County Council, East Durham Business Service, Great Annual Savings Company, BE Group and County Durham Housing Group who are all located there.

Paul Wellstead, the property developer of Spectrum Business Park, said: “Securing Northumbrian Water as our newest tenant is a real coup for Spectrum Business Park and demonstrates just how far the park has come since I started creating my vision over 10 years ago.

“It’s also testament to the improvements which are evident, and the investment made, across Seaham, which is now home to some of the region’s fastest growing public and private sector companies.

“My hope is that having Northumbrian Water occupy the top two floors of Spectrum 5 will generate interest from some of its partners, and the remaining floor will quickly become occupied.”

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