During the specification process Leaderflush Shapland Laidlaw collaborates with architects and contractors to develop solutions that address project-specific issues, ensuring, whatever a building’s purpose, its users are able to move around it securely, safely and conveniently.
Access control manager David Crawley said:
“We’ve been working with access control systems for a long time and understand how to create bespoke solutions for our customers, whose needs can vary greatly from sector to sector.”
Mechanical master keying can be used in conjunction with electronic access control systems to provide extra security, with smart card technology offering the ability to create a variety of access permissions in the same building. Disabled access, locker security and CCTV linked monitoring are also available and where combating the spread of infection is critical, products are supplied with an anti-bacterial coating.
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