About The Oxford Science Park - Iverson Building

The Project, “The Oxford Science Park – Plot 16” is positioned in the north-eastern corner of The Oxford Science Park, sited between the Cowley Branch Railway line to the North and Littlemore Brook to the South.

The project comprises a Class B1 office and laboratory development of circa 20,216m² (GIA) fitted out to shell & core in two linked buildings (Building A & Building B), with a central pocket garden and sloping landscaped arrival areas on each side.

Building A shall be constructed first and started on site March 2022, with Building B commencing later, in 2023.

The buildings have recently been named in an on site naming ceremony, after two leading scientists. Building A in honour of experimental psychologist Professor Susan Iversen CBE FMedSci and Building B for Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Professor Sir Anthony Leggett FRS HonFInstP.




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Building A (The Iversen Building) is structurally complete. The concrete toppings are well underway, blockwork is progressing, as is the painting of the steel frame. The roofing and facade works have just started, and these will be closely followed by the internal fit-out of the core area, and the M&E systems.


Bookings are currently unavailable for this site.


Address John Sisk & Son Construction Site
The Oxford Science Park
Sanders Road

About John Sisk & Son Ltd

Sisk is an innovative, international, construction and engineering company. With a 160 year history spanning three centuries, our family business has stayed true to John Sisk’s vision of providing exceptionally high levels of construction expertise and customer service by employing, training and motivating capable staff.

We operate across key sectors as an Irish family owned business, with offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Sligo, Waterford and Portlaoise. In 1984 we opened our first office in the UK. We have offices in St Albans, Birmingham, Warrington and Bristol ...