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Liberty IT confident of bright future after big office move

By Staff Reporter

Published 10/05/2016

From left, Liberty's Georgie Corbett, MD William Hamilton and Patricia Meara
From left, Liberty's Georgie Corbett, MD William Hamilton and Patricia Meara

Liberty IT has expanded its Belfast operation, moving in to a new larger building in the heart of the city.

An anchor business on Adelaide Street for almost 20 years, it's now moved into an adjacent building within Adelaide Exchange.

The extensive refurbishment of the 21,000 sq ft building brings the company's total office space to 65,000 sq ft, and is due to be finished by September.

Liberty IT employs almost 500 staff across both its Belfast and Dublin offices.

William Hamilton, managing director, said: "Expanding and modernising our office will strengthen our global IT capabilities, allowing us to continue diversifying the software, infrastructure and cloud based services and solutions that we provide."

Cathy Donnelly, human resources director, said: "In recent years, Liberty IT has been recognised as a 'great place to work' in both the UK and Ireland and as such, we believe it's crucial to invest in the space where our employees work.

"We are delighted to announce our new premises at Adelaide Exchange and look forward to offering new cutting-edge workspaces and IT facilities in the coming months."

Since 1997, Liberty has provided IT support and development for its parent company, Liberty Mutual Insurance.

Belfast Telegraph

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