Chris Lewis Group was commissioned to design and install an integrated fire, security and audiovisual system to cover the hotel’s needs, from music in reception to access control - all under one roof.
We were contracted to design and install an integrated home automation system for a property which was under development. It needed to include lighting, security, audio and HD TV satellite distribution, which was controlled via an iPad.
The College operated an analogue CCTV system consisting of hard-wired cameras that were recording onto two separate hard disk recorders. When its new accommodation block was being planned the College decided to install an IP CCTV system in the new block with the intention of upgrading the entire system.
Design and install a fully integrated media and security solution sympathetic to the aesthetics of this beautiful 16th century home with easy, streamlined control systems. It was important to the homeowners to avoid unattractive wires and to provide simple yet effective control over their home.
Laurens Patisseries wanted a new CCTV system to monitor activity in the facility. They also wanted specific staff which included the guards located in a building and at the site’s perimeter to be able to monitor the CCTV images from both inside and outside the facility.
We designed and installed an integrated media and security solution which was sympathetic to this home with an easy control systems. It was important to the homeowners to avoid unattractive wires and to provide simple yet effective control over their home.
We have has been maintaining the University of Southampton’s fire protection systems for years. Following a inspection of the security equipment, our engineers worked with the university’s facilities team to ensure our maintenance proposal met with their specification.
There aren’t many areas and facilities where security standards are more stringent than at international airports. When JETS relocate to new premises, security and safety were the first concerns it needed to tackle.
Chris Lewis Smart Security were asked to install access control to their boarding houses in 2001. Four years later we were further asked to upgrade the access control system to provide more flexible access to the staff and students.
Our brief was to design and install an integrated lighting, security and audio-visual system, to provide the capability to enhance comfort and create different ambiences in rooms through an intuitive lighting system.
We continually extend and improve the security at this clients. With flexibility in the length of the school day and the provision of ten transport routes, the school requires stringent perimeter security throughout the year.
We have maintained the fire alarm system, intruder alarm and CCTV system at Naim Audio for over ten years. As part of their maintenance contract, we begun advising the company on its options for upgrading all their system.
We were asked to design and install a security system for the new health centre that included an intruder alarm and access control systems, internal and external CCTV, panic alarms, audio entry and vehicle barriers.
Our client’s family had recently moved from the US, so was used to smart technology being an integral part of their home. Not surprisingly, they wanted it for their newly refurbished home.
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.
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.
This care home required a dual functioning cinema and media room, that could be used for a variety of purposes. They needed a large HD TV and a bigger cinema screen with a projector.