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Access control for University College London

University College London has an estimated 42,000 enrolled students and 20,000 members of staff. The sheer scale of UCL's operations dictated the need for a comprehensive electronic access control solution, to control and manage multiple systems while providing unobtrusive yet robust security. Controlling access to key University areas and protecting University property were essential requirements. At the same time, it was important to ensure appropriate access for all students and staff onsite, and manage visitor time and access. The system also needed to implement lockdown and evacuation procedures when necessary.

Access control integration the key to student security

The University of Birmingham's state-of-the-art student accommodation development, Chamberlain, consists of a 19-storey tower and three low-rise blocks. An essential requirement in the development was an integrated access control system, which would reduce the need for keys. In order to minimise the complexity of managing a new system, the University required a solution that integrated with, or was an extension of, their existing campus access control and accommodation management systems.

Access control is key for casino security

Resort World Casino New York City, (RWNYC) is the only legalised gaming casino in New York City. The casino has an average of 20,000 guests per day, approximately 1,000 employees and 6,500 parking spaces. The requirement to accurately monitor and protect Resort World’s guests, facility, and personnel, demanded a state-of-the-art access control security solution that could meet its complex security needs.

Access control system brings University of East Anglia together

University of East Anglia (UEA), located just outside Norwich city centre, has more than 14,000 students studying on campus, and over 2,000 employees. Seven disparate systems, 42,000 existing cards in circulation and new buildings requiring new systems called for a plan to centralize access and amalgamate data sources for some serious long-term efficiencies. The chosen access control system needed the ability to support multiple technologies and extensive integration, with an infrastructure that would allow development over time.

AT Brown Telford

As a premier coach company based in Telford, AT Brown (Coaches) Ltd was suffering from constant diesel theft. Not only was there a cost implication to the diesel theft but damage to vehicles, fencing and the inconvenience of their drivers arriving early in the morning to start the school run and having to visit a garage to fill up with fuel. There was also a physiological cost to staff moral and the constant threat of losing their jobs.

Co-working made easier with Gallagher access control

Many companies who hire space are high tech, therefore they expect the facilities they work in to include the latest technology and security systems. The challenge LABS faced when developing a co-working environment was to offer a safe and secure working environment that is easy to use by both the clients and staff, and uses the latest technology features and provides flexibility and future proofing. Gallagher access control was used to help with this problem.

Indiana Department of Corrections - monitored pulse fence

Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) is a state wide organisation, comprised of 21 adult facilities housing over 28,000 inmates. Safety of both inmates and the public is a top priority for IDOC and forms part of the organisation’s mission and vision. The inefficiency and increased cost associated with managing multiple security technologies and systems led to IDOC to seek a solution that not only increased efficiency and reliability for the prison facilities staff, but ensured that both inmate and public safety remained consistent with their organisation mission and vision.

K9 Fuels Lincolnshire

K9 Fuels are a family run, fuel distribution business providing an efficient and customer focused service in and around Lincolnshire. Since moving to their new premises on an industrial site, they weren’t able to leave their fuel trucks in the yard because of constant break-ins and theft. CCTV was installed but wasn't enough of a deterrent. Seeing a Gallagher monitored pulse fence at nearby TC Harrison, K9 Fuels wanted more information on how a similar system could benefit them.

LABS London

Many companies who hire space are high tech, therefore they expect the facilities they work in to include the latest technology. The challenge LABS faced when developing a co-working environment was to offer a safe and secure working environment that is easy to use by both the clients and staff, and uses the latest technology features and provides flexibility and future proofing.

Merthyr County Council

Merthyr County Council were experiencing high levels of break-ins and thefts in its three household recycling sites resulting in high repair and replacement costs. The Council employed a security company to man guard three sites which cost over £150,000 per annum however, the break-ins were still occurring.

Walney Substation

With the ability to power over 590,000 UK homes from a total capacity of 660 MW, Walney Extension is set to be the biggest offshore wind farm in the world when it is commissioned at the end of 2018. The new onshore substation covers an area of reclaimed marsh land and required an innovative perimeter and internal fencing package to be designed to offer the highest levels in security and electrical safety. Design work started in 2017 and looked at how existing fencing systems could be used to create a bespoke solution.

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