Our Asset Security team has been confirmed as finalists in an impressive four categories at the Security and Fire Excellence Awards.
Following our success earlier in the year at the British Security Industry Association Awards where we won ‘Installer of the Year’, we’re delighted to have been recognised further, by the Fire & Security Excellence Awards where we have been confirmed as finalists in the following categories:
Lockdown Hero – Celsius thermal screening
For Celsius, our in-house thermal screening technology, supporting a safe working environment for employees, clients and the public
Consultant of the Year – nmcn Asset Security Design Team
For the Asset Security Design Team and their risk based approach to security design solutions, supporting clients to design our risk and cost before and during on site installations
Installer of the Year – AMP 6 Water STW & UU
For our work across the water industry in AMP6 and specifically in our work with Severn Trent Water and United Utilities
Project of the Year – UU Security Enhancements (AMP6)
For our work with United Utilities in securing National Infrastructure sites across the North West
Managing Director of our Asset Security business unit, Adam Smith said: “As we go from strength to strength, it’s great to see the work of our teams recognised in this way. Operating conditions have been particularly challenging this year, and to receive four nominations is testament to the diligence and professionalism of everyone involved. These nominations also recognise the hard work and strong collaborative approach of our clients who share in this success with us.”
Now in their twenty first year, The Security & Fire Excellence Awards have consistently broken new ground in highlighting the very best people, projects and processes that the security and fire sectors have to offer.
The winners will be announced on the 25th November 2020.
The full list of nominations and further detail can be found here: https://www.securityandfireawards.com/enter/finalists-2020
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