STRUCTURAL defects insurance specialist CRL has moved into new headquarters in London’s 110 Bishopsgate development (formerly Heron Tower) to support its ambitious growth plans for 2017.
The move follows a phenomenal 2016, which has seen CRL invest in a new sales centre and training academy at its Horsham office, substantially increase its market share and recruit new staff.
CRL now occupies the 15th floor of the iconic skyscraper which has impressive views over Canary Wharf and the city. At 46-storeys, the building is the second tallest in the City of London after The Shard.
Steve Mansour, Chief Executive Officer for CRL, said: “The move represents a commitment by CRL to invest in the latest technology and working practices to create an outstanding work space and support the development of our staff.
“CRL is a growing company and the time is right for us to establish a base that best represents our values and culture as a business. The new premises are a much more rewarding environment for our team and we also look forward to welcoming our clients to our new home this year.
“CRL is now firmly established as a leading player in the marketplace. We are the country’s third largest latent defects insurance arranger and our new headquarters will give CRL the right platform to grow that position.”