Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM): Boost the efficiency and longevity of your security assets
In this PPM guide, we will explore tips on how building/facilities managers can help to conduct their own checks and contribute to building safety. We will also discover the risks associated with neglecting regular checks.
Situated between London’s historic financial district, The City, and the bright lights of the West-End stands Landmarks, newly refurbished Guiltspur. This Grade II listed flexible office space has been fitted out to offer a variety of high spec work zones designed to cater to the varying needs of its occupants. This grand commercial space is home to a number of listed features including the ‘Golden Boy of Pye Corner’, and has been fitted out with state of the art security systems to keep its tenants feeling safe.
Located on Holloway Road stands flexible office space provider, Fabrix’s, contemporary and creative, warehouse-style office space. The Billiard Factory comprises 23,000 sq ft spread across three buildings. Fabrix sought to create affordable, design-led office space that was in keeping with its heritage while offering the locals an inspired work hub.
Having previously provided security services to a number of Landmarks enviable real estate portfolio, Opem Security were delighted to be instructed to deliver the installation for CCTV and access control, as well as the ongoing service maintenance.
The Office Group is renowned for producing high end, design-led office space. Opem’s challenge was to design and install security solutions that were in keeping with the building’s aesthetics and didn’t stand out or detract from the overall design, look, and feel of the space.
Opem’s main goals are to provide security to prevent crime and to keep people safe. There is one way to stay safe though that Opem can’t control but you can.
Tailgating is how people breach through security measures into businesses. Over 70%* of those in workplaces believe they are vulnerable to security breaches via tailgating.
Help welcome your tenants back with contactless access control
We have been working on new security measures for our clients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of our main concerns has been "where can we reduce the contact points for our clients and their tenants"?
At the heart of this project was the refurbishment of the existing Stanley Building, which is a small listed building (the last of one of the first examples of social housing in London) with a new building wrapped around it to create a new 30,000 sq ft office building.
50 Liverpool Street is a bit of a fighter. After surviving being the target of London’s first attack during the First World War, it also survived British Rail’s plans to demolish the station in favour of a modern development.
After stepping into the beautiful Portland stone property from the picturesque cobbled street you will be immersed in an opulent environment. Adorned with design-led soft furnishings and velvet carpets you will be welcomed by an atmosphere inspired by memories of hours spent playing a property-themed board game.
Drawing inspiration from the surrounding affluence of Mayfair, 10 Brick Street is an exceptionally opulent yet classically understated working environment. Taking its design cues from the Roaring Twenties, the tasteful colour palette combines classic Art Deco hues of rich greens and golds contrasted with geometric patterns in black and white.
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.
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.
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.
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