A leading Hull mechanical and electrical installation contractor says a move to larger new premises is “testament” to its continuing growth.
GW Power-Safe has relocated from its unit in Brighton Street Industrial Estate to a much larger premises in Scott Street. The new location is opposite the site of the old Scott Street Bridge, which used to be home to the Banksy artwork.
The move coincides with the firm’s goal to recruit new employees and focus on apprenticeship schemes, offering greater training and developing opportunities within the company.
General manager Rob Dixon said: “Our move to new premises marks a very exciting time for us here at GW Power-Safe and this is testimony to our success and continuous development. There is a positive buzz about the place and the investment made by the business is already having an impact.
“I am really pleased to report that all our staff are over the moon to be working in such a professional and comfortable environment – morale and motivation has always been high but it is at a whole new level now.
“The investment has also enabled us to not only recruit some new staff in key positions but has also given us the scope to expand further with more new positions on the horizon which will increase our skill set further.
“Ultimately the move has allowed us to strengthen our level of professionalism and quality of services that we can provide, and I am personally, along with all my colleagues, looking forward to the road ahead.”
GW Power-Safe, established in 2014, is a professional combined mechanical and electrical solution provider offering turnkey solutions to main contractors and business customers from initial concept, through to design, installation, commissioning and final client sign-off.