Chris Lewis Fire & Security was asked to install access control to the boarding houses in 2001. Four years later, we were asked to upgrade and network the access control system.
Following a inspection of the security equipment in use, our engineers worked closely with the university’s facilities team to ensure our proposal met with their specification and criteria.
The depth of knowledge, skill, and experience of our engineers, combined with our ongoing investment in technology ensured that we deliver a professional and proactive maintenance service to the BIC.
We continually improve the security of the school. With flexibility in the length of the school day, and the provision of over ten school transport routes, the school requires stringent perimeter security, all year round.
We designed a passive fire solution that met the highest life-safety standards and of course all legal requirements. This passive fire prevention system works seamlessly to prevent the spread of fire.
Our engineers conducted a site survey to assess Balliol’s fire protection requirements; the new system needed to be considerably larger than the original to meet regulations.
The brief was to design and install a multi-layered intruder, CCTV and access control system to protect the public and high profile visitors at this impressive, purpose-built university facility.
Within the scope of the refurbishment, the Proscholium’s existing security was upgraded. This included an upgraded intruder alarm and an extensive CCTV system throughout.
As part of its ongoing expansion programme, St Antony’s turned to Chris Lewis Fire and Security to fit a modern and discreet security system. We worked on the design and installation.