NEW CYGNUS TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING CENTRE OPENS IN MERIDEN
Meriden is now home to a new technology and training centre specialising in wireless fire detection and alarm systems in a let agreed through ehB Reeves.
The new Cygnus TTC: Technology and Training Centre at Villiers Court will serve as a space for innovation, underscoring Cygnus’ commitment to providing pioneering fire safety solutions.
Sandy Damm, CEO at Cygnus, which is an independently owned developer and manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment made in Britain, specialising in wireless fire alarm technology, said: “The opening of the new Cygnus TTC in Birmingham marks a pivotal moment for Cygnus.
“We are excited to embark on this journey, as it propels us into the next phase of Cygnus’ growth.”
The Cygnus TTC houses state-of-the-art facilities dedicated to testing, refining, and advancing fire and safety solutions.
Charles Markham, director and shareholder at Cygnus, said: “The Meriden location was chosen strategically due to its proximity to technological and academic resources, making it an ideal base for Cygnus’ research and development initiatives.
“The additional space to expand our training facilities also opens up new opportunities for installers to be supported by expert, in-depth training and ongoing first-class technical support.”
Oliver Shelley, graduate surveyor at ehB Reeves, said: “We’re delighted that Cygnus has chosen 8 Villiers Court for its news technology and training centre.
“The facility on Meriden Business Park has excellent road, rail and air connections while the site itself provides open plan office accommodation, meeting rooms and training rooms, making it ideal for Cygnus.”