If you need wiring services for your business in Southwark, or you’re developing a network in a new building or refurbished offices, ACCL is here to help. We are experts at installing state-of-the-art new data and voice wiring to transform your business communications.
Southwark is home to some of the UK’s leading companies, who compete on a global stage. Fast, 100% reliable voice and data networks are a critical part of their business success. That’s what ACCL brings to businesses of all sizes, at all stages of development.
If you are looking for data or electrical wiring services in Southwark, ACCL has teams ready to handle any size of project. Our network and communications company has 25 years’ experience in the industry. In that time, we’ve come across almost every technical and physical challenge you can imagine and we bring that level of understanding and our very own can-do attitude to every installation we work on.
Our professional and qualified team will work with your company to establish your needs and find the correct resolutions. If you are considering an upgrade to your current system we will undertake a FREE 120-minute Cable Health Check to give an understanding of any underlying cause or areas that may need maintenance or possible improvement.
Whether you are looking to improve your current system or moving office, our installation team will work to plan with minimum, if any, disruption to your business.
Post code areas covered by our services include: SE1, SE5, SE8, SE11, SE15,SE16,SE17,SE19,SE21,SE22,SE23,SE24,SE26
Southwark is home to many of London’s most successful tourism and cultural attractions including The Tate Modern Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe and Vinopolis.
The reconstruction of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre opened to the public in 1997 and was founded by the actor and director Sam Wanamaker. The original Globe was built in 1599 but destroyed by fire in 1613. The fire was caused by an accident with a cannon during a production of Henry VIII. It was rebuilt by June 1614 then closed by pressure of Puritan opinion in 1642 and was demolished in 1644. The reconstruction is based on the 1614 rebuilding.
Southwark is also the site of the latest addition to London’s cosmopolitan skyline. Shard London Bridge, when completed in May 2012, will be the tallest building in the European Union. The tower will have 72 habitable floors with a further 15 radiator floors in the roof. The building has been designed in an irregular triangle shape and will be completely covered in glass. A viewing gallery and open-air observation deck will be located on the 72nd floor, the UK’s highest.
Charles Dickens, Charlie Chaplin and William Shakespeare all lived in Southwark.