Securi-Guard Fire and Security makes its mark on Plymouth’s education sector

Securi-Guard Fire and Security has proven its credentials within the education sector after being awarded fire and security contracts with three key academic institutions in Plymouth.

Mark Bostick, Securi-Guard's Sales Manager for Fire and Security Systems with Plymouth College of Art in the background
Mark Bostick, Securi-Guard’s Sales Manager for Fire and Security Systems with Plymouth College of Art in the background

The South West’s largest independent supplier of fire and security solutions, based in Plymouth, has been working with Plymouth University, Plymouth College of Art and Devonport School for Boys to deliver a variety of services.

At the University, the company is upgrading the campus CCTV systems to the latest available technology, as well as agreeing an extension on its maintenance and servicing contract with the client.

The company has also just completed a contract at Plymouth Art College’s new extension, providing fire and intruder alarms, as well as access control systems and CCTV where new kiln rooms are housed.

Finally, Securi-Guard’s team of engineers have completed a fire systems installation at Devonport School for Boys. The contract was carried out over the six week summer break to avoid disruption with up to 12 engineers working at the site at a time to complete the job in the specified timeframe.

Mark Bostick, Securi-Guard’s Sales Manager for Fire and Security Systems, said the contract awards represented a real fillip for the company, which continues to build a high profile client base both in the city and across the region.

“These contract awards have helped us to make a real impact on Plymouth’s educational sector in terms of fire and security provision and are significant clients in terms of their standing in the city,” said Mark.

“Working with high profile clients such as these is really helping us to consolidate our position as one of the leading choices for fire and security solutions, both in Plymouth and across the region as a whole.”

The education sector work follows the recent award of a major contract to Securi-Guard from Plymouth City Council. The council has placed all its fire and security requirements for more than 100 properties and schools in the hands of the Plymouth-based company under a two year agreement, which could be extended by a further two years.

Under the terms of the Building Maintenance, Repair and Refurbishment Framework, Securi-Guard is now responsible for the supply, monitoring and maintenance of all systems, which also includes 2,500 portable fire extinguishers – a recent addition to the company’s services.

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