Edmonton Research Park

Edmonton, Alberta
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Edmonton Research Park

Working in high-opportunity sectors, Edmonton Research Park (ERP) is maximizing synergy and collaboration among knowledge-based firms.

With three business incubators, flexible lab and production space, and land for major development of research facilities, ERP is designed to accommodate companies of all sizes -- from early-stage businesses to large-scale firms. While many of its tenants are IT and software development companies, the park also houses firms in the biotechnology, oil and gas, light manufacturing, nanotechnology, and medical devices fields. By stimulating the development of technology companies, ERP is one of the Edmonton's key drivers of economic growth.

  • Managed by Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, a not-for-profit company owned by the City of Edmonton.
  • Offers tenants a prime opportunity for networking in a campus-like environment.
  • ERP's goal is to encourage intellectual excellence by providing a place geared for innovation and research.
  • Set in a beautiful, spacious campus in south Edmonton, only 15 minutes from the city centre, the international airport, and the University of Alberta.

Park Information

  • Number of Companies
    55
  • Total Square Feet
    800,000
  • Number of Buildings
    16
  • Land Currently Available
    5 acres
  • Affiliated Universities
    None
  • Year Established
    1985
  • Number of Employees
    1500
  • Technology Sector Focus
    nanotechnology, health & life sciences, natural resources