Another win for Robinson Services as they pick up the security and cleaning contract for one of Belfast’s most impressive office buildings. THE EWART is set to join the cast of architectural landmarks on Belfast’s skyline at 17-storeys high, it offers spectacular views, a panoramic that is unlikely to be surpassed. Set in one of Belfast’s most desirable locations, a short walk from City Hall and main transport hubs, THE EWART celebrates the rich history and heritage of its surroundings
The former Ewart Warehouse is an iconic B listed building. Originally constructed in 1869, it was a confident expression of Belfast’s world dominance in the Linen trade.
It is being sensitively restored to its former glory and will be extended to provide exemplar Grade A office accommodation. The building will be physically connected at first and second floors to a contemporary high specification 17 storey office, grouped around a central courtyard with convenient access to both Bedford and Franklin Street, immediately adjacent to the new luxury Grand Central Hotel.
Robinson Services were appointed in the late Spring of 2022 after a competitive tender process on a 2 year contract and welcome the team consisting of Concierge Services and two cleaning operatives to our business which will grow in size as the building occupancy increases.
David Robinson, Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted to welcome another high profile client in the shape of this landmark Belfast office building into The Robinson Services portfolio. This has been a further significant period of growth for our business and one which we hope to build on over the final quarter of 2022 under the strong leadership of our Operations Director , Stephen Wood. We are confident that our current model and our ability to flex in line with customer requirements has been a unique selling point to our new clients. Understanding our customers’ needs and their requirements is fundamental in enhancing a successful partnership in this business and we look forward to more wins in the not too distant future.”