Corporation of London

Guidance from PTS Consulting sees the City of London Corporation’s Guildhall Accommodation project right through from the initial IT Relocation Strategy to the technology implementation…



London, UK


The Corporation approved a strategy to rationalise and consolidate the office accommodation of its administrative departments from seven to two core sites and to renew the Guildhall complex to 21st Century standards.


  • Assistance with the design, procurement and commissioning of a scalable, resilient and cost-effective data network infrastructure
  • Operational strategy for the Data Network
  • Relocation and network procurement delivered on time and to budget
  • High-performance IT network

“We reached a major milestone with the completion of the relocation moves back into Guildhall North Wing. The work undertaken by PTS Consulting has been truly outstanding, from the design and commissioning of the Network and Telephony infrastructures to the resolution of a multitude of small issues that needed to be resolved in order to make sure that the moves went ahead according to schedule. Equally impressive is that this was undertaken not once but twice, with the temporary moves to St Alphage, and all of this work has been completed whilst dealing with numerous other projects, work requests and keeping the day-to-day service running to its normally high standard.”- Chris Anderson, IS Infrastructure Manager for the City of London Corporation

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PTS Consulting saw the project right through to its finishing stage,  undertaking vendor management, providing advice on technical design matters and liaising with other technology streams during the implementation of the network solution and the transitional phases of the project.

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