Bromwich Hardy helps Gallagher move to new European base


A major manufacturer of security technology has moved into new headquarters – with help from Bromwich Hardy.

Gallagher – which employs more than 1,300 around the globe and operates in 10 countries – has relocated to a new European base in Warwick.
The move was concluded with the help of Bromwich Hardy partner David Penn, who advised Gallagher throughout the move.

David said: “It has been a pleasure to be involved in this move and help Gallagher find exactly the right building and location for their new European headquarters. They are a world leader in their field and we look forward to them enjoying continued growth in the future.”

The 16,145 sq ft site at Tournament Fields on Agincourt Road includes offices and a 7,211 sq ft warehouse.

“We’re so excited to officially be in our new building, and we can’t wait to welcome our partners and customers,” said Richard Huison, regional general manager for UK and Europe.

“We’ve grown at an impressive rate in recent years and fast outgrew our current premises. Our new building enables us to be better positioned from an operational perspective and provide a superior customer experience.”

Mark Junge, global general manager for security, said: “It was necessary to increase our office, conference, and warehouse facilities so that our team can continue to grow, and our customers can see, first-hand, how Gallagher protects what matters most. This new building provides even greater scope to showcase our world-class technology, host events, and support our Channel, consultant, and customer network across the UK and Europe.

“With discussions well under way with several UK government agencies, and some significant recent successes with high security customers in the UK, this new facility provides the ideal base to support our continued investment in the development of solutions that support the UK and Europe.”