Camera Corps expands into new Brooklands HQ
Camera Corps has expanded into its new 12,000 square foot premises on the site of the historic old Brooklands motor racing circuit, just outside London. According to the company, the new HQ will enable them to better service major sporting events and build long-run camera tracks onsite etc.
“Our new headquarters are on the site of the old Brooklands motor racing circuit and just five miles from our former location,” states Camera Corps founder and Managing Director Laurie Frost. “We now have nearly double the space we had before, 12 thousand square feet, to accommodate 16 staff and a huge inventory of equipment.
“The new premises provide us with room to assemble large systems that are used to handle major sports events such as the Olympics and the World Cup. That includes long-run camera tracks which we formerly had to assemble offsite from our previous headquarters building at Shepperton. We are also expanding our own manufacturing facility to meet the very high demand for Q-Ball remote pan/tilt/zoom heads.
“Equally important, we can now provide parking for customers and staff adjacent to the actual building. And we are still within easy reach of the UK motorway network and Heathrow airport.”