ACCL has been providing network cabling services to Docklands companies since 1989. From Fortune 500 companies to small dental practices, we help to plan and install highly efficient voice and data networks for today and tomorrow.
As a local supplier headquartered close to Docklands, ACCL has helped many Docklands companies to install, upgrade and develop their networks. We can ensure that you enjoy fast, efficient communications you can rely on.
ACCL has provided network cabling services to Docklands’ companies and developers throughout its transition from sleepy Thames embankment to powerhouse of the global economy. As a local company, we take pride in our work. We always plan a network cable installation with one eye on the future, allowing for possible technical developments or physical changes in the layout of your offices.
We work to the highest international and European standards and always appoint an individual project manager to ensure that each job works smoothly to your required schedule and budget. New build, renovation or upgrade, you’ll find our cable engineers are professional, courteous and fast, carefully working around your staff in a busy office or fitting in with other trades on your development.
If you are looking for a local company to provide you with your network cabling services in Docklands and the East End then give us a call. With over 25 years in the industry we have a wealth of experience and knowledge available to you, and our consultants are on hand to assist you with all of your communication needs.
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Docklands is the new name for the Pool of London. From 1802 the area was one of the busiest docks in the world (covers an area of 8½ miles, at one time employing over 100,000 people). It incorporates St Katherine Docks, London Docks, Regent’s Canal Dock (now Limehouse Basin), Surrey Commercial Dock (Surrey Quays), West India and Millwall Docks (Isle of Dogs), East India Docks (Canning Town) and the Royal Docks (Royal Victoria, Royal Albert and King George V Dock). By the 1950s the port industry was in decline, leading to the eventual closure of the docks by 1980.
Redevelopment began in the early 80s. Under the supervision of the LDDC, 11 schools and 20,000 houses had been built by 1998 and the population doubled from 40,000 to 77,000.
Docklands is now one of two major financial centres alongside the City of London. The most obvious success of the area is Canary Wharf, which boasts the largest building in Britain.
Docklands is also home to the 02 Arena, the largest structure of its type in the world. It has become one of the United Kingdom’s most recognisable landmarks and can easily be seen on aerial photographs of London. There was much controversy when it was designed and built, housing the Millennium Experience, a major exhibition celebrating the beginning of the third millennium. The building work was completed in 1999 at a cost of £789 million.