Our service delivered
With our many years or experience we know how to deliver our clients’ security systems effectively.
We are flexible with our client-led offering, and will exceed expectations everytime
Outstanding architecture is why a million people visited The Shard’s viewing platform in its first year; why up to 6,000 people a day visit The Shard’s restaurants and bars; why tens of thousands are expected to visit the Shangri-La Hotel; why its office occupiers are reporting substantial uplift in new business since moving in; and why Londoners, especially, embrace this magnificent building.
Creativity is taken to a whole new level within this Lewis Carroll Alice in Wonderland-themed office space. The interior provides clients with some of the most awe-inspiring and creative working environments in London.
St Dunstan's Hill
Opem were appointed to design and install the security system for this vibrant 60,000 sq ft building. Its nautical-themed design is award-winning and inspired by the luxury of Sunseeker yachts.
It comes with a range of spaces including a rooftop café, The Deck, with panoramic views of the Thames and the city. It also has luxury bedrooms, The Cabins, so is a multi-use space.
Nestled in the heart of Blackfriars, this modern business centre boasts a truly unique and inspiring interior that aims to boost productivity levels and happiness.
The Smiths Building
This building was originally constructed in 1913 for Smiths Industries. They made the first-ever speedometers for the motor car, so the building has some industrial heritage within its walls.
One Canada Square
As one of the most iconic structures dominating London’s skyline, One Canada Square is 774 feet above ground level. This makes it the second-tallest building in the UK.
All the highest quality systems were installed allowing for exceptional access control, whilst maintaining the elegant style and prestige to match the address.
With a patio roof space, coworking areas and offices to be secured and monitored, it showcases our use of internal and external systems.