Whether it’s perimeter security for a power station or a stadium, these projects typically utilise the services of architectural firms and other design professionals, such as engineers and landscape architects. Often, by default, the perimeter protection planning and design falls to the project engineer.
Engineering firms often don’t have the core competencies required to design and implement the most current perimeter protection technologies. Often they will approach perimeter protection and hostile vehicle mitigation as a commodity, and just deploy another barrier with little or no consideration of the organisation’s capabilities, policy requirements or standards.
This often results in designs that fall short of the customer’s expectations.
Working closely with our customers
At Rosehill Security we take a different approach.
Our team continuously monitors and evaluates emerging perimeter security trends and understands how to implement and design hostile vehicle mitigation into projects, particularly in high threat environments.
We’ll work with you and your project team to get a thorough understanding of the threats, risks, vulnerabilities, environmental conditions and operational issues underlying your hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) and perimeter security strategies.
Using our knowledge and experience, we’ll with your team, as an integrated design team partner, through all phases of the project, including, schematic design, design development, construction documents and construction administration.
Whether it’s for a new greenfield site, or updating existing systems through mitigation strategies, as a leading provider of innovative hostile vehicle mitigation and perimeter security products we’ll work with you to deliver the project in the most cost-effective manner.
If you have an upcoming project and would like to know more about our products, or would like some advice, then please contact us to speak to one of our perimeter security experts.