Cambridge Consultants tripling headcount at new US HQ
UK technology innovator Cambridge Consultants plans to more than triple its American headcount after moving its US headquarters.
It has lit the touchpaper to a Boston spree party by moving the HQ to a facility in the medical technology heartland that doubles space in the US engine room.
Now the company plans to grow US headcount from 32 currently to the 100 mark in the next three years with a strong emphasis on BioMedTech engineers and will trigger the campaign this autumn.
Cambridge Consultants has moved from Kendall Square in Cambridge MA to a 20,000 sq ft building in Atlantic Avenue, Boston.
The company believes the design of the facility will stimulate product innovation for its clients. It says the new space includes ‘realistic use environments’ – such as a simulated operating room – which “enable the team to gather unique insights that inform innovative product design.”
Industrial-grade facilities, such as an anechoic chamber, mechanical and electronics prototyping shops, human factors suite and creativity space, will further “allow faster and more precise product development to create disruptive technologies,” Cambridge Consultants adds.
David Bradshaw, the company’s US general manager, said that with deep expertise in the medical technology field the Boston office would expand the team specifically in this sector.
He added: “We are thrilled to move today to our new office – a space that provides unparalleled opportunity for growth and innovation for our talented staff.
“Every inch of this space was thoughtfully designed to support how we work at Cambridge Consultants and it represents our blend of technology and engineering excellence with user-focused design. We look forward to adding intelligent, passionate people to our Boston team and continuing to drive world-class innovation.”
Cambridge Consultants engaged global planning and design firm Sasaki Associates to execute the company’s vision of a revolutionary workplace.
"Cambridge Consultants is totally unique,” said Sasaki principal Victor Vizgaitis. “The new space will not only help them innovate and attract top talent, but will communicate the story of who they are, how they work, and what sets them apart.”