Journal Staff


By Journal Staff

The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) and Priority Dispatch Corp. (PDC) have a habit of finding the prestigious addresses to locate their offices.

And the latest move by the IAED/PDC team in the U.K. just goes to prove it.

As of Sept. 28, 2012, the combined offices took up residence at the Spectrum, a five-floor glass-paneled building fronting Bond Street and opposite Cabot Circus, a 1-million-square-foot shopping center.

The 2,260-square-foot IAED/PDC suite on the Spectrum’s fourth floor is divided into six offices, a boardroom, test lab, and stock room. Four staff members work full time from the office.

Not only does the office suite accommodate growing operations in the U.K., but the landmark building is easy to find and close to several modes of transportation.

PDC Clinical Support Representative Louise Ganley calls the new digs nothing less than spectacular.

“The views are particularly striking,” she said. “With so little space available, and the need to expand, we feel very lucky to be here.”