A leading supplier of integrated lighting and energy management solutions has announced the opening of new office space in London.
Delmatic’s new office is situated in Old Broad Street in the City of London. The company stated that the decision to establish the office – the company’s second in the capital – had been made to enable it to closely manage the growing number of projects it’s taking on in the city. The move will also allow the company to strengthen its relationships with contractors, clients and consultants based in London.
The company has had a presence in London since its establishment back in 1959. Since then the company has worked on many high-profile projects, equipping iconic buildings like The Gherkin, The Shard, and Tower 42.
Currently, Delmatic is working on Canon Place and London Wall, amongst many others.
Commenting on the move, Delmatic’s sales director, Steve Hanover, said: “Our London client base has seen a steady and sustainable growth,” adding,“the opening of our new Old Broad Street offices will allow us to more effectively and efficiently serve our central London clients.”
The new office will work closely with Delmatic’s existing west London office, as well as those situated in the Middle East – UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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