The 10 Queen Street Place project was refurbed with the original Boon Edam entrance solutions being upgraded to newer more innovative products.
The lead architect was Aukett Swanke with interior designers Barr Gazetas heading up the design of the refurbishment whilst Overbury were acting contractors. Working for this project years prior in relation to the old security lanes and revolving doors that were installed by Boon Edam, the London Sales team already knew the building and requirements needed.
One of the requirements was to replace the existing Speedlane 900s which were located in the atrium space with the new Lifeline Speedlane Swings. Being the slimmest security lane in the market, the Lifeline Swings have increased in popularity, offering a high level of security yet are customisable aesthetically.
The second requirement was to replace the existing Tourniket doors with two new tall Crystal Tournikets. These new doors have curved glass walls and a glass soffit with dark PPC frames to match the full height glass façade.
During the installation phase, there was a product release of the Lifeline Boost. The Boost is a pedestal that has the ability to add extra access control functionality to existing security lanes such as biometric readings, card collections and barcode scanning.
Having remote access to the lanes via reception allows for those authorised to open and close the lanes from afar. The Lifeline Boost slots onto the ends of an intermediate lane. Within this project, a barcode scanner was installed into the Lifeline Boost by Bluepoint, this way visitors can have a temporary access card, that is collected and then reused.
Graham Coulter, the Field Service Sales Executive at Boon Edam Limited states: “The idea of barcode scanners is so visitors can book in with reception, receive an entrance card and badge in and out through the lanes.”
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