Study Studio Park

Study Studio Park är ett nytt boendekomplex för studenter i Breda, Nederländerna. Varje studiolägenhet har ett stort rum och eget badrum, och tillgång till den gemensamma trädgården och andra faciliteter. Typ av plats:
Privat – studentboende

Breda, Nederländerna

• 224 studiolägenheter
• 235 användare

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Howley Grange

The Howley Grange Scout Group, founded in 1959, has been in residence in Halesowen for over 50 years. The Scout Group has over 120 members, aged six to 19, who join the organisation to develop skills including teamwork, initiative, communication and commitment. The Scout Headquarters are also used by a further 450 children every week, that attend various clubs and groups, including a playgroup, dance club, and pre-school, who hire out part of the site.

Type of site:
Leisure – Howley Grange Scouts

Halesowen, UK

Number of users/doors:
• 45 staff/470 children
• 12 doors
• 2 gates/9 buildings.

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Ingram Micro

Ingram Micro is the world’s largest wholesale provider of technology products and supply chain management services. With operations located in 38 countries across six continents the company has more than 200,000 customers worldwide.

As a technology solutions provider, security at the company’s premises is vitally important. At the new South African site, located in Johannesburg, Ingram Micro required an effective security and building management system.

Type of site:
Commercial/Technology Centre

Johannesburg, South Africa

Number of users/doors:
• 8 doors

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London Legal

London Legal is the number one supplier to London’s top law firms, specialising in providing legal and litigation support services. Due to the collection and storage of sensitive data, the security of their offices is of vital importance.

Type of site:
Commercial - Legal Support Services

London, UK

Number of doors/users:
• 4 doors
• 100 users

Solution required:
• Read-in / read-out access control
• Increased control over movement of staff
• Multiple access level permissions

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Rush Fitness

Rush Fitness are a modern gym that offers 24/7 access to their members, in a variety of locations across the UK. Providing an abundance of state of the art equipment, dedicated teams of fitness professionals, and a wide range of exercise classes, Rush Fitness are dedicated to giving their members the best fitness experience possible.

Type of site:
Health & Leisure Facility

Number of doors

  • 5 doors

Solution required:
  • Prevent members sharing access credentials
  • Self-enrolment system for members

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Powerscourt Estate

Based in the Wicklow Mountains of Co. Wicklow, Ireland, Powerscourt Estate is a leading visitor attraction with approximately 500,000 visitors every year to the house, estate and golf club. The gardens were voted number three in the World’s Top 10 Gardens by National Geographic magazine.

Type of site:
Commercial – leisure and heritage

Number of doors/users:
• 11 doors
• Golf Club - 900 members
• Hotel guests – between 50-60 per week
• Gardens – 1,000 - 1,500 visitors per day in peak season

Solution required:
• Control access to the estate gardens, golf club and properties
• Integration with the tilling system

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Building Schools For The Future - Yorkshire

Building Schools for the Future is a nationwide scheme and the largest school building programme since the 1800s: worth £55bn, the Labour government’s aim was to rebuild or refurbish every secondary school in the UK. Rochdale Council implemented a five year plan from January 2010 to December 2014 for 11 schools, costing the local borough council £160m. Every school had to comply with the local educational authority’s regulations for securing children and staff.

Type of site:
11 Secondary Schools, including Special Educational Needs and a Behavioural Difficulties Educational College

Number of doors:
• 383 doors (across the 11 sites)

Solution required:
• Secure school buildings and property
• Restricted access to visitors, i.e. deliveries
• Networked security solution to control the movement of children during lesson time

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Graze is a healthy and nutritious mail-order snacks service. Subscribers tailor their orders by telling graze their likes and dislikes, and subsequently receive a monthly, fortnightly or weekly delivery in a letterbox sized container. Founded in the UK in 2008, graze now have three sites in the UK and one in the USA with a steadily increasing work force.

Type of site:
Commercial – production, distribution, head office and fulfilment

Number of users/doors:
• 400 users
• 31 doors (across the 4 sites)

Solution required:
• To be completely keyless
• Networked solution to control and restrict the movement of different workers
• Ensure staff safety

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Gyron Internet

Gyron are a leading provider of data centre services. Established in March 2000, the dynamic company has consistently grown, leading them to require more space than they had available at their London Docklands facility. The decision was made to open a new data centre at Hemel Hempstead, which will give Gyron the capacity to continue growing their business. The 50,000 square feet “Centro” facility has been set up to offer customers the highest standards for colocation and managed hosting.

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Conquest Hosipital

Conquest Hospital is a modern District General Hospital. Built over four levels, the hospital opened 16 years ago and in 2002 merged with Eastbourne Hospital to form East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust serving the population of East Sussex. The Trust employs over 5000 staff and The Conquest is an extremely busy hospital. In the last year the maternity teams delivered 3835 babies; 95,393 people were treated as inpatients and day cases and a total of 115,147 patients were treated in their two emergency departments. They also carried out nearly five million pathology tests.

In 2007, the access control system at the Conquest Hospital failed and could not be recovered. Installation of a new system by the current provider was not a realistic option because of the cost that had been quoted to them.

John Kirk the Security Manager for both The Conquest and the DGH in Eastbourne explains: “Security is very important in this sort of environment. Hundreds of people come through the hospital every day.”

John decided to investigate installing a Net2 networked access control system from Paxton Access.

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