Securcom has won a tender for design, supply, installation, maintenance and upgrade of electronic security assets, including closed circuit television systems and access control systems, at 200 sites for City of Gold Coast.

Securcom’s Wade Anderson said the team was thrilled to have been selected as the successful tenderer to look after the City of Gold Coast’s electronic security infrastructure from August 1 2021.

“It’s fantastic to be partnering with the City of Gold Coast once again and to have the privilege of looking after its electronic security infrastructure going forward,” said Anderson. “As a proud Gold Coast resident, it was even more special to be involved in the process, and it was great working with Securcom team on our reselection process.”

The scope of works includes access control, intruder alarm systems, CCTV, electric fences, motorised gates across 200 sites, 1500 access control doors, 1400 cameras from a management, preventative maintenance and service work perspective.

The contract also includes the supply, installation and maintenance of CCTV to the City’s Safety Camera Network, which maintains approximately 700 CCTV cameras and associated equipment at locations across the Gold Coast, primarily in the public domain.

“Our Gold Coast team is very excited to continue on our journey with the City of Gold Coast, having been the incumbent over the last 5 years,” Anderson said.