Cheshire, United Kingdom, June 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Red CCTV throughout the last few months have published details of a number of successful installations seen through to completion, ranging from Fixed Systems, Fire Solutions and Rapid Deployment Systems. Projects vary from a few weeks and some lasting well over a year.
During April, Red CCTV won the tender and delivered the site security for Anglian Water. As part of their infrastructure refurbishment Red CCTV have again gained work to deliver security during the set up and development stages of this £1.2m works through their subcontractor network.
Simon Vella Managing Director at Red CCTV quoted: "This is another excellent piece of work highlighting the focus on health & safety as well as customer support and management we thrive on here at Red CCTV."
Red CCTV also secured a 12 month site security contract for a social housing association. The development in central London sees Red CCTV provide site security for this 10 storey £7 million development of flats for local social housing.
During May, Red CCTV announced the appointment of Robert Kennedy to the business. Robert joins the business as a Shareholder & Director bringing with him a wealth of experience. Robert has worked within the CCTV security industry for a number of years. This follows a successful career in Rail infrastructure, Telecommunications and Civil engineering project management and delivery.
A further Fixed CCTV installation was completed in May for BGC Dublin. This is the 3rd depot that was successfully completed for the customer and Red look forward to providing further work for them in the future.
Red CCTV has been awarded the contract to supply CCTV Site Security for United Utilities on their 3 million pound upgrade of service tunnels under the Manchester Ship Canal. The site in Stockton Heath, Cheshire is split into 2 compounds and will be monitored using Red CCTV’s Red Analytical System.
Red CCTV are also happy to announce continued growth in the Rail infrastructure sector...with the addition of security contracts awarded on 11 new short term Network Rail structures refurbishment sites in the south west and North West regions. These sites have no mains power so their battery powered, wireless "RED EYE" system is the ideal choice.
Also in May, Red CCTV has once again secured further works to "secure works compounds and sites" throughout Anglian Water’s £4.3Million future water development growth scheme. The works will be secured using a combination of the Red Eye CCTV battery powered camera’s as well as key holding guard response.
Simon Vella commented “This work highlights the level and complexity of work Red CCTV are able to provide and support for some of our clients. This site see’s compounds moving during the duration of the 12 month works schedule, and is bespoke to the client’s requirements.”
So far, during the month of June, Red CCTV have already secured the site security contract for Anglian Water’s infrastructure project in Norfolk. The works see Red CCTV secure a 6 kilometre stretch of water pipe works across multiple mobile compounds.
Managing Director Simon Vella commented “This see’s Red CCTV again leading in the site security sector, applying complex solutions to what would normally be a no go for most providers due to location and transient nature of the works.”
The £3.2 Million project for Anglian water is part of the AMP5 national works programme and see’s site security over this future development programme. Further site security work has been won as part of the national AMP5 projects throughout the UK.
Sales & Operations Director Robert Kennedy said, “Due to our record of service to clients we are now gaining further works throughout the AMP5 project. This see’s Red CCTV providing site security for critical infrastructure services and future development works.”
The contract for Anglian Water is worth over £4m and see’s Red CCTV deliver compound security throughout this 15 month schedule.
If you have any site / compound requirements or require more information and a free quotation. Please contact Red CCTV directly at firstname.lastname@example.org | 0845 241 0526.