Developed by the joint venture between Landid and Brockton Capital, Thames Tower is now the first Wired Certified office development in Reading, after the building was awarded a Gold rating by WiredScore.
The Wired Certification is a commercial real estate rating scheme that champions cutting-edge technology and rates the infrastructure, connectivity and technological capacity of commercial buildings. Thames Tower’s Gold rating has been achieved due the building’s diverse access points, free WiFi in common areas for occupiers and guests, mobile phone signal throughout the building and BT Openreach access, to name a few features.
James Silver, Landid development director, said: “We are incredibly proud that Thames Tower is now the first Wired Certified building in Reading. We have created a workspace that is like no other the city, offering a stylish contemporary office environment with amenities that are second to none. The building has already attracted a number of high profile occupiers and we look forward to welcoming many more.”
William Newton, president & EMEA MD at WiredScore, said: “Thames Tower’s Wired Certification highlights the growing appreciation of how important connectivity is for businesses. By investing in its technology and telecoms infrastructure, Landid and Brockton have demonstrated their commitment to ensuring that the building’s tenants will enjoy the digital connectivity they need to grow and succeed, now and in the future.”