Our global consulting client wanted to introduce a global roll-out of access design and monitoring standards that would ensure that all future sites adhered to these. QCIC was contracted to design and implement access control measures throughout the pilot site.
The process we followed began with reviewing the existing drawings and gaining a thorough understanding of the operations of the business model occupying the space. We then developed and presented our recommendations. Once these were accepted, our technologists proceeded to design the security access control around the client’s requirements.
A design pack consisting of a Scoping Document, Bill of Materials and Drawings was produced to facilitate the tender process. We supported our client through this stage by reviewing the tender returns, ensuring that any substituted equipment was equal to or more than our recommended specification.
After the appointed local vendor completed the on-site installation, the QCIC team configured the system and programmed it to the headend server, using predetermined naming conventions, events and permissions that could be replicated across current and future sites.
We then worked with the vendor to test the access control system. As a result, when the site went live, all permitted personnel could access the client’s space and all access-controlled doors function as required.