Workspace Technology, one of the UK’s leading data centre design, build and management companies, has reached £10 million turnover in its 10th anniversary year.
Workspace Technology was established by Managing Director Roy Griffiths in 2004 initially operating from a spare bed room in Sutton Coldfield before moving to a larger offices in Emmanuel Court, Sutton Coldfield. The rapidly-growing company now occupies a three-story building in Emmanuel Court after purchasing the premises in 2010.
In March 2014, the company opened their very own Colocation Data Centre, called DC One, to provide colocation, hosting and disaster recovery services to the Midlands and surrounding areas.
Roy Griffiths commented “this had been a landmark year for the business, which now has 37 employees. We launched the business to meet an increasing demand for specialist data centre design and build expertise,” he said.
“We have steadily grown over the years, starting with a just a handful of employees to owning our own multi-story head office building as well as opening a 200 rack modular colocation data centre facility.
We have built a reputation within the industry of working with global and UK private and public sector organisations including the Ministry of Defence and aligned agencies, Host Europe Group, Nottingham Trent University, Leicester City Council and the University of Warwick to name a few.
We have remained in Sutton Coldfield throughout our expansions as it is the ideal town situated in the middle of the UK and within easy reach of the motorway network, which is perfect for being the central hub for all of our UK business – and we are looking forward to 2015 with confidence.”
For more information please contract Roy Griffiths Managing Director at email@example.com or call 0121 354 4894.