New premises is a water tight investment for Rapid Response and our customers

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We recently ran a news item which featured the status of our fabulous new premises. Well  it is has certainly moved on, and the new building is now completely water tight with the internal infrastructure now taking shape.

The image(s) on this article demonstrate the current status of the building, and we are working on the ground floor areas which will form offices and stores. The mezzanine area which will shortly be underway will contain further offices for administration. training rooms and accounts, all enabling us to create a purpose built environment which will maximise the efficiency of the business.

The Rapid Response directors and management team see the new building as a huge jump forward inline with plans to continually develop the business. This purpose built space allows for the extensive growth we have experienced and continue to experience in early 2017. Although we have invested heavily in communications across the business, the ergonomic plans for the structure of the building will continually improve how quickly we respond and organise ourselves on future projects. This is especially appropriate, when dealing with the growing amount of emergency projects we find ourselves engaged in.

Although the exciting opening of the new building is just a few months away, we are making the necessary preparations to instantly maximise the benefits of this new acquisition. This will very much be a major asset for the company, taking Rapid Response further forward in regards to expansion and continued client acquisition.

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