Storage Giant operates four self-storage facilities in England and five in Wales
October 9, 2019: The Newport based self storage operator Storage Giant, now being recognized as the “Best Domestic Storage Provider 2019 South Wales” in the Build Real Estate & Property Awards by “Build” magazine. Build magazine is a quarterly digital publication dedicated to the global construction and property markets. This is the third award received by Storage Giant in 2019. The award showcases firms and individuals who’ve shown “excellence and tenacity in ensuring their clients find and fabricate their dream homes and properties.
The award is based on the online nominations came from magazine subscribers, website visitors, social media followers and clients, and nominees were then asked to submit supporting material to the judges for further consideration. Voting for this year’s campaign started from Jan. 7 and closed on Aug. 30. The research team of “Build” magazine gathered information independently from publicly available sources and assessed all the material. The final judgement is based on the criteria of client dedication, innovation, business growth, longevity, online reputation, client feedback and business performance.
“I’m very pleased to see Storage Giant recognized in the Build Real Estate & Property Awards, hot on the heels of two international award wins earlier this year, from Acquisitions International. Storage Giant is going through a very exciting period of growth, mostly through development of its own stores, but also sometimes via carefully selected acquisitions. We have acquired various self-storage businesses over the last few years, but we much prefer to develop our own stores, as we learn so much from each one [that] we develop.” Said by Storage Giant founder Simon Williams
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Storage Giant founded in 2007 and based on Newport, Wales. Over the past year, Storage Giant has focused on expanding existing facilities, including its locations in Bristol, Cannock and Telford, England; and Swansea, Wales.