Speyroc has been centrally involved with the development of a GBP4.5m building with 31,000ft2 of office and laboratory space for science and hi-tech companies.
The building is located at the West of Scotland Science Park (WOSSP) on the north-west edge of Glasgow.
Alexander Haig of Speyroc said: 'This is a place where small university spin-out enterprises grow into big scientific businesses.
'We have watched start-ups - often from local universities such as Glasgow, Strathclyde or Caledonian - taking a small office unit or a lab, then quickly asking us if we have more space so that they continue their growth at the park,' he added.
Graeme Malcolm of M Squared Lasers, a company that produces lasers for bio-medical, security and industrial uses, has now located his second business at the park since graduating from the University of Strathclyde.
Malcolm said: 'The WOSSP gives us a peaceful atmosphere in which to get on with our research, yet it is within easy reach of major universities such as Strathclyde and Glasgow for collaboration purposes.
'We are also close to good-quality residential areas such as Bearsden, Milngavie and the West End - which are important in recruitment terms,' he added.
Malcolm is now considering relocating M Squared Lasers to the Venture building, the new 31,000ft2 development nearing completion on the park and developed by Speyroc.
Craig Clarke of Clyde Space, which supplies small space satellites and spacecraft systems, said: 'I decided to locate Clyde Space on the Science Park because its quiet environment allows us to focus on work.
'As we have expanded, we have needed larger and larger premises.
'Currently, we occupy about a third of the space in Speyroc's Helix building - since we are going for growth I am hoping to occupy the whole building eventually,' he added.
Dr Fraser Inglis of the Glasgow Memory Clinic, specialists in research into Alzheimer's disease and dementia, has also chosen to grow his business in the science park rather than in city-centre premises.
He said: 'Our work requires many people affected by memory problems to visit us regularly and we felt that, as well as its pleasant ambience, the science park offered good parking, which meant that people could access us easily.
'When we first moved into the science park we started with 3,000ft2 in Speyroc's Technology Terrace development.
'Almost immediately, we realised we needed more space and Speyroc was able to offer us a further 1,400ft2.
'As our needs expanded we moved into its Altum Building and we now have a total of 9,500ft2,' he added.
The park is owned by Glasgow University and managed by Scottish Enterprise - with use restrictions that mean occupiers have to be engaged in science or technology.