HMAS Stirling Requires CCTV, Access Control, Alarms, Comms, Gates, More
HMAS Stirling naval base in Western Australia requires an extensive upgrade of its electronic security solutions.
The tender calls for upgrade the security and access control deficiencies at HMAS Stirling, including CCTV and security system upgrade, provision of automated security gate, turnstiles, fencing, electrical enclosure, communications enclosure, electrical services works, making good of the existing road and all associated security works.
HMAS Stirling is a Royal Australian Navy (RAN) base that is part of fleet Base West situated on the west coast of Australia. The base is located on Garden Island, near Perth. Garden Island also has its own military airport on the 10km long and 1.5km wide island. The base is commanded by Captain Ainsley Morthorpe.
HMAS Stirling has expanded significantly within its existing boundaries and is the largest of the RAN’s shore establishments, with a base population of approximately 2300 service personnel, 600 defence civilians and 500 contractors. Amenities included berthing and wharves, vessel repair and refit services, a ship-lift, and a helicopter support facility, as well as medical facilities, fuel storage and accommodation. The base also hosts the Submarine Escape Training Facility – one of only 6 in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere.
HMAS Stirling is home port to 11 fleet units, including 4 Anzac class frigates (HMAS Arunta, HMAS Ballarat, HMAS Toowoomba and HMAS Perth), all 6 Collins class submarines operated by the Royal Australian Navy Submarine Service (HMAS Collins, HMAS Farncomb, HMAS Waller, HMAS Dechaineux, HMAS Sheean and HMAS Rankin), and a fleet replenishment vessel, HMAS Sirius.
The tender closes on September 7 – you can find out more here.