Beckman Coulter develops, manufactures and markets products that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. The company has more than 275,000 pieces of equipment and systems in laboratories, hospitals and clinics around the world. Present in over 130 countries, Beckman Coulter has over 10,000 employees.
Francisco Vasconcellos, of Cushman & Wakefield’s offices department and in charge of the transaction, said “After a complex process of identifying locations which suited its needs, Beckman Coulter selected Parque Suécia as it met the requirements it was looking for - flexibility, quality, a great location and easily accessible”.
Parque Suécia is made up of five buildings (Suécia I, II, III, IV and V) and most offices are in open space, and can therefore be tailored to the needs of various companies of all sizes. The architectural plans were drawn up by the firm Mario Sua Kay.
The office park is located next to the exit from the A5 and is served by the new access roads to Alfragide and Miraflores. It has eight floors, four above ground and the remaining underground, with 333 parking spaces integrated into the venture, in addition to a restaurant, cafeteria, facilities for visitors and permanent maintenance staff.