Porsche Centre Belfast is soon to relocate to new premises in the Titanic Quarter. The new building was started last December and, with work proceeding on schedule, it looks set to be finished shortly. Recently the staff at Porsche Centre Belfast were given their first opportunity to see the Centre in which they would soon be working. After a short journey on a double decker bus, three groups were shown around the new site by members of the architectural team.
Everyone was suitably impressed with the new facility. The sheer size of it in comparison with the current centre is the most obvious difference. It has also been built with the future firmly in mind and will be able to accommodate the charging of future PHEV’s as well as deal with any changes in infrastructure requirements.
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