NG Bailey's IT Services arm has completed a £2m physical security project for Birmingham City University designed to provide staff and students on its campus with the "highest level of security".
The contract, completed over 18 months, saw NG Bailey install a 150-circuit intruder alarm system, 16 video intercom units and 170 networked IP-CCTV cameras across the campus. They are designed to give a full view of the entire site from a new centralised security control room.
The system is deployed on a Cisco dual-core switch network with 92 Cisco edge switches, 4,500 cat6 outlets and 28 uninterrupted power supplies.
The £2m project is the second phase of a "technical redevelopment initiative" at Birmingham City University.
Phase one, a £1.2m project completed at the end of 2014, saw NG Bailey deliver a "state-of-the-art" IT installation at the university's Institute of Art and Design.
David Stanley, assistant project director at Birmingham City University, said: "The completion of the security installation will guarantee that we offer our staff and students the highest level of security across the campus. NG Bailey has provided us with state-of-the-art systems which, as one of the UK's leading universities, helps make our proposition to both current and prospective students even stronger than it was before."
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