Trigion has won the security contract at the Royal Academy of Engineering with a combined security solution, including electronic systems, manned guarding, concierge services and reception cover.
The Academy is based at Prince Philip House – an historic Grade I listed building, which has recently been renovated to introduce a contemporary and modern interior – on Carlton House Terrace, London. It forms part of the royal household and is frequently visited by members of the royal family.
Neil Ricketts, Technical Services Director at Trigion, explained, “There are a variety of security challenges at Prince Philip House, due to its royal connections, central London location, listed status and position as an event venue. Therefore it was important that the security supplier could offer a comprehensive service.
“We’re very proud to have secured the contract for this extremely impressive location, adding it our ever expanding portfolio of work, and we look forward to working with the Royal Association of Engineers for many years to come.”
The national academy for engineering, brings together the most successful and talented engineers from across the engineering sectors to advance and promote excellence in engineering.