BIRCHWOOD Park has welcomed back a scientific consultancy company to its business site.

Quinetessa, founded in 1999, is an employee-owned consultancy organisation that provides 'leading-edge, scientific, mathematical and strategic consultancy with a vision to facilitate a low carbon energy future.'

The business had previously occupied Birchwood Park's Chadwick House 'many years ago,' and has now returned to Warrington and expanded.

Quintessa has now set up shop at one of the business park's most sought-after locations on Faraday Street.

Working with household names such as BP and EDF Energy, Quintessa has provided consultancy to world-leading, science-based organisations spanning six continents and in 25 countries.

Richard Little, managing director of Quintessa, said: “We’re thrilled to move into Faraday Street.

"We were formerly occupiers of Chadwick House many years ago and we are very happy to be returning to the park, this time occupying a larger office space. 
“Being employee-owned, we care deeply about the workplace well-being of our staff and it’s great to know the park is aligned with our aim to encourage and facilitate work-life balance in all aspects of employees' lives."

Martin O’Rourke, commercial director at Birchwood Park, added: “We’re delighted to welcome yet another business back to Birchwood Park.

“Birchwood Park provides a well-serviced business environment with a range of facilities perfect for employers looking to expand their wellbeing offer when recruiting staff, such as flexible meeting rooms hire and strong transport connections across the north west.

"We’re confident Quintessa’s team will enjoy their time at the park."