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In 1993, 57 of us were based in one small office.  We're now extremely proud to have offices in all three cities of South Wales, each within a short commute of one another.

Find your nearest office using the links below.

Cardiff     Newport  Swansea

Cardiff

Tŷ Admiral

Our HQ, Tŷ Admiral, is based in the centre of Cardiff and close to both train stations, St David’s shopping centre and plenty of restaurants. The state of the art building has ‘chill out’ and kitchen areas on every floor, as well as bike racks, showers and a ‘Get Ready’ room. 

Tŷ Admiral
David Street
Cardiff
CF10 2EH

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Capital Tower

Our newly renovated office is just a short walk from the Millennium Stadium and the St David’s shopping centre. If you’re looking for a working environment with great facilities and a social atmosphere, you’ll be right at home. Capital Tower boasts a large 'chill out' and kitchen area, a newly renovated 'Get Ready' room and a popular coffee shop on the ground floor.

Capital Tower 
Greyfriars Road 
Cardiff
CF10 3AZ

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Capital Quarter

In 2019 we expanded into No.3 Capital Quarter, less than an 8-minute walk from our head office, Tŷ Admiral. The design of the office lends itself to creating an exciting environment for our employees and our unique and collaborative working culture.

Capital Quarter
Tyndall Street
Cardiff
CF10 4BQ

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Greyfriars House

Greyfriars House is the home of Confused.com, the UK’s first ever comparison website. Conveniently located close to Dumfries Place car park (where we get special parking rates) as well as being a short walk from Bute Park – perfect for a lunch time stroll.

Greyfriars House
Greyfriars Road
Cardiff
CF10 3AL

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Newport

Admiral House

Admiral House is a short 15 minute train journey from our Cardiff HQ, Tŷ Admiral.  It houses over 800 staff members from our UK insurance business, as well as Admiral Law.  It's a bright, fun office packed with enthusiastic Admiral people. There are kitchen and chill out areas where employees can play Xbox 360, watch TV or socialise with colleagues on breaks. 

Admiral House Newport
Queensway
Newport
NP20 4AG

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Swansea

Admiral Group House

Just a short walk from town, this office is situated in the picturesque SA1 waterfront development. The facilities are great, the atmosphere’s really friendly and with chill out areas, table tennis, Wii and pool, you’ll find plenty to do on your breaks.

Admiral Group House
1, Langdon Road
Swansea Waterfront
Swansea
SA1 8AG

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Ellipse

Just a short walk from town (and a very short walk from Admiral Group House), this office is situated in the picturesque SA1 waterfront development. The facilities are great with chill out areas to make use of the games consoles, play table tennis, watch TV or socialise with colleagues on breaks.

Ellipse
Padley Road
Swansea
SA1 8AN

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Swansea Vale, Telelink 2 Building

Enthusiasm runs right through this office, which is easily accessible from the M4. This large and spacious office is complete with plenty of space to relax, table tennis, pool tables and games consoles to use on breaks.  It even has its own putting green if you're feeling playful.

Telelink 2 Building
Swansea Vale
Llansamlet
SA7 0AD

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Admiral Life

A Day in the Life of a Data Warehouse Developer at Admiral

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Meet Cara who has worked at Admiral for just under five years. Here she tells us about her role as a Data Warehouse Developer. What led you into a career in Technology and what has your journey been like so far?  I decided to do a degree in Mathematics at Swansea University because I had enjoyed maths throughout my education. This progressed to a master’s degree in Mathematics which further allowed me to pursue my love for maths. Alongside my studies I did a number of placements and internships with Swansea Hospital where I learnt about nanotechnology and the data that goes into it, and also with Morriston Hospital where I worked in laboratories and analysed the data behind them. This was the first time I had really looked into data and it helped me realise that I wanted to find a graduate scheme that involved data and also allowed for career progression in a good job that I would enjoy. I decided to apply for the Admiral Graduate Program. I went into the Data Warehouse function and have been there ever since. Although I felt as if I fell into Technology, my mother worked in IT and was a massive inspiration to me, meaning a career within Technology never felt out of reach. I am grateful for the flexible working options available at Admiral and I think that the company has coped with the COVID-19 pandemic well. Most employees are now working from home, but even before then I was part of a working from home pilot that meant I got to work from home three days a week. Core hours, that used to mean that you had to be present in the office 10am-4pm, have now been removed in IT, allowing a flexible way of working. What would a typical day in your role at Admiral look like?  Although life is very different right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, like many employees at Admiral, I do not feel as if there is a real typical day working for Admiral. When we were in the office, the first thing we would do as a team is have a morning coffee together. I really value my teammates and a big part of the love I have for my job comes from the people that I work with. After this, I have a stand-up meeting with my team which is a run through of what each of us will be working on. I can then get on with my own tasks and normally, I will code all day. I enjoy the flexibility and freedom that my role provides. How does the work you do impact Admiral as a business and its customers? I work in Data Warehouse which is of critical importance at Admiral. Recently, I have been working on a report that shows how many cars, vans and houses we have on cover each day. This report is given to Senior Management each morning to give a clear picture of the company’s standing. Although most of our Technology roles are not directly customer-facing, our teams are central to facilitating our excellent customer service experience.  Do you have any advice for women that want to get into Technology but feel intimidated?  I have personally never felt intimidated being a woman working within Technology. When doing a maths degree, which was predominantly male, I never felt as if I didn’t belong or that I didn’t deserve to be there. The advice I have for any women that want to get into Technology is that they should not be scared or intimidated. Just under a year ago I attended and gave a speech at a conference in London where around nine-thousand people attended. After I had finished my speech, I was informed that only sixteen percent of the speakers were women. This incredibly low representation of female speakers shocked me. Unfortunately however, this does reflect the representation of women working within the Technology industry. After learning more about it, I realised how great it was to be one of the few representing women in T`1echnology and showing women that if I can do it, so can they! It is great to be part of a company that aligns with my morals and advocates for equal opportunities in Technology. 

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Managing international teams and challenging the status quo: Amit’s experience on the SPARK program

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Amit joined Admiral in August 2016 on the SPARK program, as an International Pricing Manager after his MBA at LBS. Background Education: BA Economics from Cornell University, MBA from London Business School Languages: English, Hindi Home country: USA Admiral anniversary: August 2016 Description of role I manage a Cardiff based data science internal consulting team and recently the local data science team in the USA as well. In total, this amounts to nine people spread over two continents. We work on building models that use new data sources such as vehicle safety characteristics and map information. Countries worked in with Admiral The USA, Italy, France, Spain (and the UK of course). Most memorable project and why My most memorable project is the first one where I managed someone else. The transition from being an individual contributor to a manager is one of the most significant learning moments I have had in my career. The MBA prepared me for this to some extent, but I think the only real way to understand the challenges and solutions is through experience. Best advice you’ve been given and advice you would give a new IPM Challenge the status quo. Admiral is very welcoming of new ideas. It may feel intimidating in the beginning to question people who have decades of experience in the industry, but it is the key to adding value. Favourite thing about your job My teammates! You can find out more about the journeys our MBAs have taken here or read more about our MBA Leadership Programs. Alternatively, follow our MBA Leadership page on Linkedin.

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