Urmet supplied the first residential, Building R4, which consists of 117 apartments and are now supplying a second apartment block within the site, Building R5. Residents moved into Building R4 in July and Building R5 is due to be completed in early 2013. There is even a new postcode for the development: London N1C.
Using their latest full IP video door-entry and access control system, IPervoice, Urmet convinced main contractor, Carillion, that its system was simple to install, added greater flexibility for the building owner and was the perfect choice for high-volume, landmark residential schemes.
John Goodman, Carillion’s senior M&E manager, said: “We chose Urmet’s IPervoice product due to its flexibility and functionality that are setting the standard in IP-based audio and video door-entry systems. We were also impressed by Urmet’s IT networking understanding, which was crucial to the success of this project.”
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