London, March 2, 2020 – Gravity, the UK’s first commercial smart campus, the blueprint for a smarter, cleaner future, is pleased to announce that one of the women from 100 Women First, is working at Gravity.
This pioneering project in Bridgwater aimed at women returning to industry will be featured on Politics West – BBC One.
The project secured its funding just nine months ago but has already reached its goal of enrolling 100 unemployed or underemployed women; giving them the opportunity to share experiences, learn skills, access resources and build confidence.
Rita Todd (pictured), one of the three women interviewed for the programme found employment with our contractors Alun Griffiths, and is currently part of the team building the Link Road.
To watch the episode of Politics West, click here.
Gravity, the UK’s first commercial smart campus, is the blueprint for a smarter, cleaner future – faster. It will deliver a new era of possibility by supporting companies making a difference socially, economically and environmentally, driving the UK’s shift to growing through a cleaner economy.
With direct access to the M5 and accessible by rail, air and sea, the site offers over 635 acres for the creation of millions of sq ft of scalable, flexible and shared working space.
Multinationals and start-ups will benefit from the excellent connectivity and speed of build out Gravity offers. By attracting today’s giants and tomorrow’s unicorns, there will be significant opportunities for collaboration.
With its on-site water provision, renewable and low carbon energy infrastructure and building energy management, dark fibre, excellent transport links, accessible talent pool and knowledge economy including four top-tier universities close by, Gravity provides occupiers with the ability to build, expand, and develop faster and efficiently.