GardaWorld Security Corp. has announced the opening of a new office in Vancouver.
Situated in Airport Square, this facility will serve as the central operations hub for GardaWorld’s activities in Yukon and British Columbia, according to the company.
With a team of approximately 50 in-office employees, including a mobile security team, this location will support the region’s branches as well as consulting and investigations activities for Western Canada. GardaWorld employs more than 1,500 security professionals across the Canadian Pacific Region.
“The central location of this office provides easy access for both our team and clients, making it the prime destination for exceptional business solutions in the heart of Vancouver. It will enable us to streamline our operations and training abilities and offer our clients and our staff an even higher level of support,” said Steve Hoffman, national vice-president, consulting and investigation, GardaWorld Security Services, in a statement.
The new location is also in one of the first ENERGY STAR certified office buildings in Canada, further helping to reduce GardaWorld’s environmental footprint, said the company. The parking lot also has several EV charging stations, supporting the electrification of GardaWorld’s Pacific Region fleet and its growing number of employees who favour electric vehicles.
GardaWorld’s new Vancouver location opened its doors to employees in mid-October.
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