Jacksons Fencing has created an effective ring of security around the premises of a new business, as well as protecting the valuable assets of Dawsongroup, a specialist rental business. The site was also in clear need of an access control system, consistent with the highly professional, reputable positioning of the company.
The first priority was to replace the existing temporary boundary fencing with a permanent, visibly robust and ultimately strong structure. Barbican square pale security railings were selected, featuring the ultra secure welded pale-through-rail construction which renders it virtually impossible to force / remove the palings and force an entry.
Vertical pales are sleeved onto the rails and the panels discretely joined to the upright posts, resulting in a stylish design with no compromise on the overall strength of the installation. In total a 400m run of Barbican was required at a height of 2.5 and 3m height to accommodate the needs of the site. The space at the rear of the property was identified as being potentially vulnerable to attack so the Barbican fencing in this section was reinforced with an additional cladding of steel welded mesh which provides an effective deterrent to dissuade attempts to pass any objects / valuables through the pales.
The whole project from initial site visit to completion took just four months and given the nine sets of layout plans required to finally agree the best method of securing the entrance area, this represented a time efficient response to a challenging project. The client is delighted with the results, so much so that Jacksons has been invited to review the companys other UK depots, with a view to upgrading the physical security measures in line with what has been achieved at the Dawson Road site.