In mid October 2014 UKDN Waterflow will be moving to a new Southern Business Centre to support its customers around the country
The southern Business Centre will complement the Midlands Customer Centre UKDN Waterflow established at the start of the year and forms part of its ongoing commitment to ensure the company has fit for purpose premises to support its customers.
UKDN Waterflow is backed by Lyceum Capital. The independent private equity investor supports rapidly-growing mid-sized businesses.
From mid October the company will combine the three south west London bases at Redhill, Ruislip and Colnbrook to form the new Southern Business Centre, whilst creating and investing in a Slough based operational facility.
Nick Harris, UKDN Waterflow’s ceo, commented: “The new offices will create a southern business centre that is as professional and integrated as the new offices we created in Birmingham earlier this year, and give us a superb platform to further enhance the service to our customers. It also demonstrates our continued investment in this growing business.”
The new address will be Block A, The Courtyard, Langley Business Park, Waterside Drive, Slough SL3 6EZ
There will be no change to any of the contact details – the telephone, fax and email addresses remain the same.
UKDN Waterflow’s registered office address will however change to the new address.
Note to editors:
- UKDN Waterflow provides water, wastewater, drainage and infrastructure services to four key market areas – Industrial and Commercial, Water and Sewerage, Rail and Major Infrastructure, and Insurance and Household. Operating across Britain
- UKDN Waterflow is run by an executive team led by Steve Shine OBE (Executive Chairman), Nick Harris (CEO), Kevin Mouatt (COO) and George Shannon (CFO)
- UKDN Waterflow’s comprehensive portfolio of services covers above, below and internal asset management services and project work that ranges from household plumbing and drainage repairs for insurance companies, complete asset management programmes for regional and national estate managers, to multi-million pound infrastructure projects for rail, highways and airports.