SecuriGroup is delighted to announce the addition of several new prestigious corporate sites to our London portfolio. These successes have followed on from our investment in a new London HQ, as well as our relocation of Operational Director Allan Burnett QPM to the capital.
In the last six months, we have strengthened our relationship with long-time client and partner CBRE through the addition of their London Head Offices at Henrietta House and Paternoster Row. Both sites hold significant importance for CBRE, as they play host to their central operations in the UK and Europe and are located in key positions within the City.
Based in the west of London, CBRE moved into Henrietta House in the summer, and their custom-built home is a shining example of success for the property management leader. The building boasts 90,000 square feet and includes a café, offices, auditorium and seminar space, and a break out space on each floor for their employees to meet and relax.
Andy Ratener, CBRE's Senior Marketing Director has commented that CBRE's move to the new, purpose-built building will allow them to "go from being a leader in [their] sector, to being a true world-class company, characterised by having clients that aggressively and proactively seek [them] out."
Part of SecuriGroup's deployment of staff will include our Security Hosting service: staff trained specifically in high-quality customer service, which will ensure that all who visit Henrietta House and Paternoster Row feel appropriately welcomed. This approach has helped support CBRE's focus in becoming a true world-class company and is helping to build on our professional partnership.
The appointment is part of SecuriGroup's greater push for a wider client base in the UK capital. As our business model grows, demand for our services has become ever present in London and the wider UK, confirming that SecuriGroup's security services are unparalleled in the marketplace. CBRE is part of our wide range of London corporate guarding clients including Ashdown Phillips, Dunnhumby, Workman, IO and the Southbank Centre.