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Houston Venture Expansion Unveiled by Aberdeenshire Businessman

 

A Texas businessman who hails from the North East of Scotland has celebrated the expansion of his business incubator venture in Houston.

Aberdeenshire-born Andy Grieve has recently unveiled his latest G-Tech Innovation Center, a 32,000 sq. ft. workshop and office facility on a seven-acre site which aims to give overseas companies a launch-pad from which they can explore the US market.

The facility in West Greater Houston’s up-and-coming Brookshire area offers short-term leases, from as little as a month, with the option to add space as a company grows. Featuring a combination of office space, and training/conference rooms the new site also houses an attractive and unusual mix of clean workshop space and heavy-duty workshop side by side.

With business support and mentoring also available, the new centre will build on the success of the original G-Tech Innovation Center in the city’s Katy district.

Andy Grieve, who also runs consulting engineering and custom equipment supply company, Hampco, explained: “Although we recently sold our first building in Katy to a client who grew so quickly that they wanted to purchase the facility, we have retained sufficient land on prime frontage for another G-Tech Innovation Center there too. Additionally, we are in the final stages of acquiring our third site in Pearland, one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, on the southern outskirts of Houston.”

“Co-working space is common in offices but we offer it in a workshop environment which is much more challenging due to health and safety compliance requirements. We have expended a lot of time and effort in establishing a robust management system to support our customers and help ensure that they operate in a way which meets their US employer health and safety obligations.”

“Our vision is to create G-Tech Innovation Centers within rapid growth areas where we can provide an important stepping stone or springboard for ambitious companies within the Greater Houston business support network.”

To find out more visit www.g-techdevelopment.com

Published: 09-05-2019
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