August Highlights

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It’s almost back to school time, and we’ve had the last of the bank holidays for the year, but as August comes to a close we’re feeling positive and ready for a similarly successful September. This month, our hard working team managed to complete more great projects for a range of customers old and new, to the highest standard as always.

Here’s a look at some of what we got up to in August.


Biffa case study

As well as embarking and completing new projects, we reflected on previous ones too. This month it was great to catch up with Biffa and talk about how we support them with CCTV and fire safety solutions, as well as ongoing maintenance. We’re incredibly proud to support the UK’s number one waste management provider to businesses, and are glad to have maintained a great relationship that we feel can continue well into the future. You can read the full case study here


Protecting what matters most

This month we continued our work with a police force in the Midlands – completing an automated bifold gate installation at a police station in Leicester. We continue to be incredibly proud to support and protect the security and safety of those who do so much work to keep us safe. Watch the video below to see the new gate in action!



Another rewarding and important part of the work we do is providing security for the next generation and those who support them – by installing and maintaining security solutions for schools. This month we installed an automated gate solution with intercom at a school in Derby. 


Working on a new development

It’s always an exciting challenge for us to get involved in the early stages of construction and development on new sites and premises – working with the staff on-site to shape and design our solution around what will be there rather than what is there already. This month we completed a project at a new development site in Worcester – consisting of two automated barriers and three pedestrian gate and turnstile solutions.