Carillion has selected Human Recognition Systems (HRS) to manage access control and workforce management reporting across three of their most high profile building schools for the future (BSF) projects in Wolverhampton.
The BSF projects at Coppice, Wednesfield and Bilston, required an accurate and efficient way of managing site access and reporting against site incidents. Each of the locations had a different deployment requirement and the flexibility of MSite meant it was a perfect fit for the projects.
“It has been very exciting working with Carillion on such high profile projects. It was a proud moment for the team to show the flexibility of MSite deploying it in a different way at each of the projects,” added Rob Cummerson, Carillion account manager.
At Coppice and Wednesfield the MSite solution was deployed as a single turnstile housed in the perimeter fence, with the enrolment reader and PC located in the site accommodation. Bilston required a security cabin with a small office for a site guard to manage deliveries and visitors, so to fulfil this, HRS deployed a single turnstile cabin in a rental format.