Joint Operations is pleased to announce its recent move to Interface Business Park in Royal Wootton Bassett.
The move took place as the company outgrew its original premises on the outskirts of Swindon and decided to relocate to a larger facility. AMH Projects, specialists in office design and fit outs were brought in to support the company’s vision for a purpose-renovated, environmentally friendly office and warehouse space.
With the green credentials of the company in the forefront of his mind, Managing Director Richard Forster installed a bank of solar panels on the roof and a WallPod:EV electricity charging socket in the car park.
The 15kWp PV solar panel system, supplied by Eco Assist Ltd in Calne, generates enough solar electricity to help support three ultra-low temperature industrial medical freezers and Joint Operations is also signed up to the Government’s Feed-in Tariff (FiT) through Good Energy, allowing it to receive payments for generating its own renewable electricity.
In the warehouse, a purpose-built Human Tissue room has been created in accordance with the highest HTA standards. It is closely climate controlled with high tech monitoring and security systems.
The team at Joint Operations have settled happily into their new offices and are enjoying the additional space and nature-inspired décor. Stuart King, Operations Manager said “The office is a light space close to open countryside. AMH took inspiration from this and the Joint Operations’ daisy logo and provided us with a truly tranquil place in which to work. In what can often be a frenetic and time sensitive industry, this has been appreciated and valued by the team as a whole.”