British Standards Institution in Country Park

British Standards Institution in Country Park

23.05.2013 Division of the British Standards Institution (BSI), responsible for customer servicing in CIS countries and Georgia, has become a new tenant of the A-class business centre Country Park.

BSI was founded in Great Britain more than a century ago. Its head office is located in London. The key activity of BSI includes analysis of best practices and creation of cutting-edge standards for production, services, business management, sustainable development, etc., as well as training services and international certification on the basis of these standards.

The BSI office with the area of 215 sq. m. is located on the third floor of Country Park II.

Country Park II is a low-rise building with the total area of 10,900 sq. m. (rented area is 7,800 sq. m.) in the Country Park business complex. A large park with a landscaped quay of Butakovsky Bay on Khimki Reservoir has become a part of the complex. Country Park includes a conference hall, parking lots, cafes and restaurants, art gallery, recreation areas, car rental centres, yacht club and other infrastructure facilities for business and leisure.

Dmitriy Yartsev, General Director of BSI division:

Hosting guests and partners from many countries, we extremely need environment in which we could demonstrate our esteem, respect and care. After a 15-month search for a suitable office we visited Country Park which finally gave us hope for a world-class service. We observed that renting a relatively small office we can also use all the extensive infrastructure of the Country Park complex maximally expanding our business opportunities.

About the British Standards Institution:

The Institute is the original author of the most European (EN) and international standards (ISO). BSI services are preferred by more than 70,000 customers in 150 countries. Organizations usually deal with the BSI for purchasing various national and international standards, as well as for ordering services of training and independent certification based on these standards, allowing them to raise the level of products and services, and to obtain appropriate recognition in the international business community. BSI customers are primarily organizations working in international environment, which plan supplies of their products abroad, entice foreign investors, enter new markets, insure their activities, place shares on the stock exchange, are included in ratings, etc.


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