Case Studies Details

Client Name: Causeway Coast and Gelns District Council

Location: Northern Ireland

Sector: Public Sector

 

FSP has been working with the Causeway Coast and Gelns District Council for over ten years.  We are currently contracted with the provision of maintenance, servicing, modifications, updating, monitoring and repairs to existing Fire Systems throughout the new Council area – including approximately 100 buildings.

 

Systems Serviced & Maintained:

  • Access Control Systems
  • Barrier Controls Systems
  • CCTV Systems
  • Intruder Alarm Systems

 

Fire and Security systems are widely installed in a range of different buildings and sites throughout the council area. Over the years different types of systems and manufactures have been installed, each with their own technical requirements for service and maintenance.  FSP Alarms deals with the all the various installed systems, responds to all service and maintenance requests.

 

Systems maintained, serviced, modified and updated:

 

  • Access & Barrier Control Systems
  • Addressable Fire Panels (Some With Closed Protocol)
  • Analogue And HD Cameras & Dvrs
  • ANPR (Number Plate) Cameras
  • CCTV Systems, Analogue, HD And IP Systems
  • Conventional Fire Panels
  • Disabled Refuge Systems,
  • Grade 2, 3 & 4 Intruder Alarm Systems
  • Smoke Beams And Fire Aspirating Systems
  • Smoke Ventilation Systems
  • Wireless Bridges And Telemetry Transmission Equipment

 

Client Name: Ballymoney Borough Council

Location: Co. Antrim, NI.

Sector: Public Sector

 

FSP has been working with the Ballymoney Borough Council for over ten years.

Systems Installed:

  • CCTV Systems
  • Disabled Refuge Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Fire Detection Systems
  • Intruder Alarms
  • Staff Alarm Systems
  • Warden Call Systems

 

FSP also provides Ballymoney Borough Council with the provision of maintenance, servicing, modification, updating, monitoring and repairs to existing systems.

 

* Ballymoney Borough Council became part of Causeway Coast and Glens District Council in April 2015