O’Neill & Brennan approached us to provide a security solution for the above project. Although previously the site had housed a Megabowl and a Night Club when we attended the site it had mostly been razed to the ground to make way for a refurbished Megabowl, Theatre, childrens play space and ground level retail space with up to 259 new homes.
As can be seen from the first picture, care had to be taken with hoarding to ensure there was no obstruction to the pavement to ensure pedestrian and vehicular access at all times. Working hours were set to a strict time frame to minimise disruption to local residents.
We supplied drawings to show how we believed the cameras would be best placed to allow for full coverage of the site.
We recommended 2 x biometric full height turnstiles to allow best access for authorised personnel, with Ievo finger print readers and the BreeCS programme to record time and attendance, deliveries and fire roll call. Intercoms to be fitted to turnstiles.
As the site is in a residential area we recommended remote monitoring as a cost effective way to ensure there were no intruders, base jumpers etc. out of hours.
We recommended a wireless fire alarm system, which would allow the site to move fire alarms as it grew and for ease of adding further alarms as required.
Commenced work July 17 – present
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As the site has progressed we have attended to repair damaged cables and relocate cameras as hoarding has been moved.
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Severalls Business Park
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