Secom provides security solutions for Teesside’s DigitalCity

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CCTV, alarm and access-control systems have been provided by Secom.
Two flagship digital-technology buildings on the Middlesbrough campus of the University of Teesside are protected by CCTV, alarm and access-control systems installed by Secom. The systems were selected as part of the £3.75 million M&E contract for the £10 million Athena Building and the £12 million Phoenix Building — part of the university’s DigitalCity initiative. The buildings are linked to the university’s central security office by fibre-optic cables and an intercom system. Secom carried out the work for M&E contractor SES, which has been involved in DigitalCity since the initial stages of the project.
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