Quadrant Security Group (QSG) won ‘Security Project of the Year’ at the IFSEC Awards for a large-scale temporary CCTV solution developed for Dorset Police.
The unusual project saw the independent integrator design, install, maintain and decommission an entire networked surveillance solution, to help Dorset Police achieve maximum coverage and control of CCTV for 2012 Olympic sailing events at Portland and Weymouth.
QSG, shortlisted for two projects in the category, beat off stiff competition to win the title. Having also recently secured several high profile contracts, including work for Luton Borough Council and Magnox, the award tops off an impressive start to the year for the security integration specialist.
Phil Doyle, managing director of QSG, said: “We are absolutely delighted. This particular project represents so much of what QSG is about – working in partnership with clients to devise, implement and maintain solutions that answer specific challenges in the best way possible, with the right technology for the job.
“The project was also about teamwork – from the system design, development and installation managers, through to the 24-hour support crew that re-located to be on-site for the project’s duration to ensure our client received constant “in-house” technical expertise.
“It was great to be involved in such a high profile security operation and to be recognised by our industry peers for the role we played in making it such a success.”
For full details QSG’s award winning project for Dorset Police – and other work spanning the police, local authority, banking, utilities, transport and high security – visit www.qsg.co.uk.