Securcom Bolsters Presence in South-East Queensland
Securcom's new facility at Eagle Farm - the Brendale site is top.
Security integrator, Securcom, is opening a new branch facility at Eagle Farm in Brisbane to expand the capability of the business to service South East Queensland and beyond.
“Having started the business in 2000 with a keen desire to offer excellent service and project delivery to its clients and working out of its head office in Brendale, the business has steadily added to its reach and locations in order to provide value to their clients,” Securcom’s Wade Anderson said. “Over the years, this has allowed growth and opportunities for local support and locations in Gladstone, Rockhampton, the Gold Coast, Newcastle, Canberra and now, Brisbane.
“Our leadership team is constantly looking at ways to improve and add value to our business and the discussion around a Brisbane location has often come up. With us having 35 inhouse technicians between our Gold Coast and Brendale offices, utilising 760sqm of current warehouse and office space, the idea of a more central location made a lot of sense, particularly considering the ways this could benefit our current and future clients. The Eagle Farm location adds 330sqm, including warehouse space and offices.”
According to Anderson, the new space will provide a service hub for the Brisbane CBD allowing the company’s technical and service teams to rapidly respond to service requests and provide for preventative maintenance commitments in and around the CBD.
“One of the more exciting additions with our new location will be the state-of-the-art experience centre,” Anderson said. “In a world of rapidly evolving technology, our experience centre will be the platform to have fully operational systems and integrations in place to demonstrate capabilities to our existing and new clients, as well as test the latest technology.”