Highlands & Islands

LifeScan Scotland in Inverness seeks new sculpture

One of the largest employers in the Highlands has asked artists to design a new sculpture for its site to help mark its parent company's 125th anniversary.

LifeScan Scotland in Inverness is part of the Johnson and Johnson group.

Its workforce of 1,100 people make medical equipment for diabetes patients.

LifeScan is working with craftscotland, a registered charity supporting Scottish makers and artists, to commission the new sculpture.

The artwork would be installed at the city's Beechwood Campus where the company has its factory.

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