National Instruments has confirmed plans to invest in a multi-million pound building to serve as a new headquarters for its UK and Ireland operations.
Located in Newbury, Berkshire, the office will double the operational space available to the company, which specialises in test and design systems, Electronics Weekly reports.
"I'm delighted that we are able to build on our reputation as a great place to work with our awesome new building," claimed National Instruments UK & Ireland's managing director Robert Morton, "and provide such outstanding facilities for our customers and employees."
Dubbed 'Measurement House,' the new facility includes BREEAM-rated environmental efficiency, enlarged customer facilities and improved facilities for the company's many employees.
The company has confirmed plans to open Measurement House in the new year, but has yet to provide a specific date of opening.