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Boon Edam Circlelock doors are proven globally in security applications

World entrance security leader Boon Edam focuses on growing data centre risks

A suite of data centre access security products is being introduced to Australasia by global entry solutions leader Royal Boon Edam in response to threats to private, public and corporate information. The architecturally harmonious Tourlock, Circlelock and Lifeline ranges are among Boon Edam technology deployed by some of the world’s biggest companies, including household names in data management and web service providers as well as other Fortune 500 companies. Growing security needs "Leaks of public and private data can occur not only because of external hacking, but also because of unauthorized entry into sensitive facilities such as data centres,” said Boon Edam Australia Managing Director Mr Mike Fisher. “Our experience across top corporate, public and government facilities in 27 countries – including Fortune 500 HQs and diplomatic and legislative houses – tells us data centre access security is a now a 24/7 issue that is often beyond the scope of expensive multiple manned security points. “Data Centres have to deal with a constant threat of data theft that can and does cause highly public corporate humiliation and loss of trust, which is very hard to regain once it is damaged. Additionally, loss of data due to damage from activists, thieves or other threats, can end up costing in the millions of dollars. “Insurance companies are now asking for strong physical access security to be in place as an integral part of the more stringent risk management measures required to combat these threats.” In response to the need to provide high security even at times when security staff are scarce, Boon Edam Australia’s latest Tourlock, Circlelock and Lifeline ranges of access security product families provide security for not only the entrances to data centres, but also can be used for company perimeters, corporate HQ entrances and designated building facility entrances, as well as other sensitive interior areas. Rialto refurbishment Boon Edam’s latest products – which have evolved from market leading families of product proven in thousands of applications -  are backed in the field throughout Australasia by dedicated service and security teams assembled here by Boon Edam Australia. They incorporate the same level of quality and architecturally harmonious style as the giant, 5m high, Boon Edam revolving doors that are the centrepiece of the public entrance to the Rialto refurbishment in Melbourne. Boon Edam high security technologies Examples of Boon Edam technologies (such as Tourlock, Circlelock, and Lifeline) include entries featuring high-security simultaneous bi-directional revolving doors with stereoscopic camera vision to identify and exclude threats. Tourlock The level of security offered by the Tourlock 180+90, for example, can be adapted to individual requirements, using the latest advanced StereoVision 2 technology, which merges two types of sensing technologies, optical and near-infrared light, to monitor the compartment of a security revolving door or portal. The two technologies work together to determine displacement and distance by measuring the time it takes light to travel from the instrumentation to an object and back. This new and highly advanced system can accurately tell the difference between two people and one person holding a box or luggage to minimise false rejections. Circlelock The softly arched Boon Edam Circlelock series of security entrances, meanwhile, incorporates two bullet resistant curved glass sliding doors governing access to and egress from a glass portal that offers a spacious and comfortable entrance for the user, while the integrated security systems operating within it ensures only authorised people can pass through to the building or facility being protected. “Circlelock is used where it is imperative that only the right person enters an area of your building,” says Mr Fisher. “The design blends beautifully with the décor of modern and classic buildings around the world, proving that beautiful form can be combined with efficient function. Because of its good looks and high security combination, it is now proven in use globally in applications such as government and diplomatic buildings, banks, airports, prestige jewelry, as below, and high value retail outlets, computer and data server rooms and corporate offices and headquarters. Lifeline Boon Edam’s latest Speedlane Lifeline Series of entrance security gates was introduced to Australasia at the Security Expo 2017. It is incorporated into major public and private security applications in Australia and worldwide, including in legislatures, treasuries, diplomatic posts and mobility hotspots such as entrances to high rise HQs. “Designed to the highest standards of quality, aesthetics and ergonomics, the Lifeline Series is an intuitive, refined and secure entry management system for guiding and managing people flow through to secured areas of buildings,” says Mr Fisher. The Lifeline Series interacts with those who approach it, guiding the flow of high visitor levels and acting as a boundary between public and private worlds. Boon Edam Australia National Sales Manager, Mr Alastair Russell - who has over 30 years’ experience in entrance security and its associated technologies – says Lifeline is unique to the industry in that it has approach sensors, which allow the unit to sleep until someone comes within range of the sensor. “For buildings with sustainability objectives, or those who are interested in saving power, this adds a huge advantage,” he says. “The Lifeline Series is one of Boon Edam’s most versatile and useful ranges for entrance security, because it can be used in so many different scenarios, from allowing smooth and guided disability access through to multi-tiered security buildings, where high volumes of people need to be guided simultaneously to different areas,” said Mr Russell. Other major advantages of the Lifeline Series include its intuitive symbols, ergonomic design, premium quality materials and customisation to fit a diversity of interior designs. Boon Edam’s Australian office is serving the growing security needs – including OEM equipment service – of facility managers, security officers and consultants, architects, specifiers and property owners here. Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty LimitedLevel 11, 1 Margaret Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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Boon Edam Australia’s Circlelock range blends harmoniously into areas ranging from corporate to diplomatic; from banks to high-end retail

Circlelock architectural revolving doors from Boon Edam show how high security entrances can be harmoniously elegant

An architectural revolving door that harmoniously combines elegant good looks with the highest-level security features available from global entrance specialist Royal Boon Edam is being introduced to Australia and New Zealand.  The softly arched Boon Edam Circlelock series incorporates two bullet resistant curved glass sliding doors governing access to and egress from a glass portal that offers a spacious and comfortable entrance for the user, while the integrated security systems operating within it ensure only authorised people can pass through to the building or facility being protected. “Circlelock is used where it is imperative that only the right person enters an area of your building,” says Boon Edam Australia Managing Director Mr Michael Fisher. “The design blends beautifully with the décor of modern and classic buildings around the world, proving that beautiful form can be combined with efficient function. Because of its good looks and high security combination, it is now proven in use globally in applications such as government and diplomatic buildings, banks, airports, prestige jewellery, as below, and high value retail outlets, computer and data server rooms and corporate offices and headquarters. Circlelockjeweller.jpg Boon Edam Australia's Circlelock is ideally suited to high-end stores Access control Comprising a circular portal with two curved sliding doors, Circlelock opens the outside door upon authorisation of an access control system. Once the user has entered the portal, a weight system or StereoVision system integrated into the door determines whether the user is alone in the door, providing an efficient anti-piggybanking system. After sensing the presence of the person in the Circlelock and if there is no alarm situation, the first door will close and lock after which the second door will automatically open. When the person has left the Circlelock, the second door will close and lock again. The Circlelock is now in rest position and ready (stand by) to start a new cycle. A red/green LED indication on the end stiles shows the status of each door wing at each side of the Circlelock. An additional biometrics identification system can match the biometric data of the user to a database to ensure the right person is entering the area.  Only when both security systems give a clear signal, will the second door open and can the secured area be entered. Circlelock can optionally incorporate StereoVision time of flight* camera systems to create extremely accurate 3D images of the person in the door to determine whether they are alone. StereoVision is even capable of discerning between a person and a briefcase or bag *Such systems generate three dimensional images of environments by shining lasers on objects within an environment and analyzing the reflected light. The name "time of flight" is used because the camera measures the difference between the time that individual particles are reflected to the camera and use this data to construct a full 3D picture of an object using computer software. Because TOF cameras can generate up to 100 images each second, they are also able to track the movement of three dimensional objects through space with extreme accuracy.     SLW_Provinciehuis Den Bosch_002.jpg Circlelock is part of Boon Edam’s architecturally harmonious ranges of revolving doors, security doors & portals, speed gates (pictured), tripod turnstiles, access gates and full height turnstiles to ensure the security of area entry and perimeters. The Circlelock system – available in stock internal diameters from 1000-15000mm and height under canopy of 2200mm – is one of the comprehensive product groups of the global Boon Edam group, which operates in 27 countries. Circlelock is also one of a suite of security entrance and revolving doors systems already in service in Australasia. For security reasons, these companies cannot be named, but Boon Edam can arrange a private visit to demonstrate its security entrance technologies in operation locally. Other Boom Edam systems in service here span office buildings, airports, healthcare facilities and hotels as well as the giant 5-metre high revolving doors on the new Rialto revitalisation project in Melbourne. Boom Edam has established door service networks throughout Australia and New Zealand to optimise reliability and efficiency of revolving door and security entrance systems.    Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty LimitedLevel 11, 1 Margaret Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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Boon Edam’s security access technologies, such as the Lifeline pictured, ideally fit into the high security end of HTS Group’s diverse access control ranges

New Boon Edam and HTS Group partnership brings quality and experience to security access

Global architectural revolving doors and security entrance systems leader, Boon Edam, is expanding its Australian and New Zealand operations through a partnership with the leading access control specialists, HTS Group. HTS Group provides a complete design, system integration, installation and maintenance package to the transportation, traffic engineering, parking, digital media and sports timing industries in Australia and New Zealand, and will be assisting Boon Edam in providing security access technologies to these industries. “We’re looking forward to this mutually beneficial partnership. One of HTS Group’s key strengths is their technical knowledge and service capability, which will ideally complement the experience of the Boon Edam team,” said Michael Fisher, Managing Director, Boon Edam Australia. Operating in 27 countries, Boon Edam is a global supplier to some of the world’s biggest companies and multinational groups, as well as public and private agencies. Boon Edam’s global clients include dozens of Fortune 500 companies. “Our new relationship with HTS Group will further strengthen Boon Edam’s product and service offerings across Australia and New Zealand and will provide both companies with further opportunities for growth and expansion,” said Mr Fisher. HTS Group Director Colin Robson said that the partnership will strongly benefit customers. “Our company provides a range of access control technologies, and Boon Edam’s range will ideally complement our product offering. Their products fit in perfectly because they are recognised globally for their high levels of quality and reliability.” “Customers will have access to industry-leading security access technologies that will be fully backed by the experienced service teams of both companies,” said Mr Robson. “HTS Group has always put customers first, and adapted to market requirements and expectations, and we’re excited to partner with Boon Edam, which is such a like-minded company,” he said. Boon Edam Service and Maintenance Boon Edam visits, audits and reports on the condition of any revolving door or security door, without fee, to help companies remain compliant with the Australian Standard AS: 5007. Its maintenance services – which are conducted to the global standards of Boon Edam – can deliver benefits not only with OEM equipment, but also wider brands that can be both improved in performance while also having their durability extended. One of Boon Edam’s key focuses is creating and maintaining future-proof facility management solutions that meet the diverse requirements of sustainability, security, and service while also being aesthetically outstanding. All Boon Edam work is covered by its industry-leading warranty.   Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty Limited201 Sussex Street, Level 20, Darling Park Tower 2 Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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Consul-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Willem Cosijn, centre, visits Boon Edam as they launch their Lifeline entrance security gates, shown centre, to Sydney

Lifeline innovation launched at Sydney Security Expo shows how to blend quality with design

Boon Edam’s globally proven range of Lifeline speed gates, as shown at Security Expo 2017, will benefit public and private users of entrance security technologies in Australia and worldwide, including in government buildings, legislatures, treasuries, diplomatic posts and mobility hotspots such as entrances to high rise HQs. Consul-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Mr Willem Cosijn attended the stand, as Boon Edam launched its Lifeline series to Sydney for the first time. “It’s always great to see Dutch companies flourishing in Australia, and Boon Edam exemplifies the Dutch mentality of high quality, sleek design and friendly, effective customer service,” said Mr Cosijn. Designed to the highest standards of quality, aesthetics and ergonomics, the Lifeline Series is an intuitive, refined and secure entry management system for guiding and managing people flow through to secured areas of buildings, and is available at a market-leading price. Boon Edam Managing Director Michael Fisher says the Lifeline series is one of Boon Edam’s most versatile and useful ranges for entrance security, due to its applicability to a range of entrance security scenarios and its high level of customisation. “The Lifeline series has been positively received globally, and our feedback at the Security Expo suggests that there’s a strong interest locally for premium entrance security products, backed by quality customer service,” he said. “Entrance security that combines intuitive functionality with sleek, modern designs is especially important in sensitive buildings like government and embassies, where positive first impressions and overall levels of safety and security are vital.” “Feedback from the Security Expo reinforces what we already knew about the industry – customer service and backup is crucial. That’s why we have a dedicated service team in Australia, and we also offer market-leading warranties on our products.” Lifeline Major advantages of the Lifeline Series include its intuitive symbols, ergonomic design, premium quality materials and customisation to fit a diversity of interior designs. Entrance security systems like Lifeline are often the first interactions visitors have with a building, so it’s not only important that they’re functional, but also aesthetically pleasing and in keeping with the surrounding architecture The Lifeline Series interacts with those who approach it, guiding the flow of high visitor levels and acting as a boundary between public and private worlds. There are three models in the series – Slide, Swing and Open – which can each be further customised with dimensional and glass choices as well as a range of currently trending colour finishes. Every combination is possible for all levels of security. Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty Limited201 Sussex Street, Level 20, Darling Park Tower 2 Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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Boon Edam Tourniket ranges, one of the major ranges to which the green technologies apply

Global Boon Edam opens the green door to higher energy efficiency in Australasia

The global architectural revolving door and security entrance specialist Boon Edam is introducing to Australasia new Green Feature packages to further optimise the high energy-saving performance of its major products. The company – which provides entrance technologies for dozens of Fortune 500 companies in 27 countries globally – is making available features such as radar-based traffic sensors and enhanced door sealing to optimise the inherent heating, ventilation and air conditioning HVAC advantages of revolving doors. The company is also offering OEM-standard maintenance packages that optimise the HVAC performance and operating durability of revolving doors used throughout Australia and New Zealand in applications including retail and hospitality chains, health and educational facilities, corporate HQs and major Government, tourist and transport facilities. “There is no doubt the energy savings available through revolving doors are very real and very significant for a host of major industries and building types in this environmentally attuned 21st century,” says Mr Michael Fisher, Managing Director of Boon Edam Australia. “With its always open, always closed functionality, revolving doors are particularly suited to Australasia, where this in-built advantage helps to control not only losses of heat, but also losses of cool air produced by hard-working HVAC systems.” Smoke tests demonstrate the difference in airflow control between standard open doors, top, and revolving doors, bottom   Green packages The company’s latest Green OEM and Retrofit Package components available throughout Australasia can include an innovative radar-based motion detector for automated revolving doors. These detect the walking direction of people near the door, ensuring the door will only turn when someone wants to enter it. This reduces both the power consumption of the door and the dynamic energy losses, saving energy for heating or cooling a building. Another optional component of the green packages is improved weather strips, consisting of a combination of horse hair and a Neoprene interlayer that reduces the air leakage by at least 30 per cent, saving hundreds of dollars’ worth of energy on each individual application. The packages can also include a new lighting system with LED lights which have a longer lifespan and 60% lower energy consumption than the halogen lights that are currently used in most revolving doors. The smart lighting control allows the ceiling lighting to be turned off when the door is not in use. The OEM and retrofit packages apply to major Boon Edam ranges – including its Tourniket ranges, a 5m tall custom-built variant of which is used in the current $A100 million revitalisation of the Rialto project in Melbourne – as well as compatible other-brand installations. “Calculating the exact amount of savings available per building is a science that depends on a host of factors, including the individual site, how heavily it is trafficked, the state of maintenance of the revolving door, and whether it is used in an hotel, retail outlet, educational institution, health facility, commercial headquarters and so on,” says Mr Fisher. “But the benefits of revolving doors are accepted worldwide, for both retaining warm air and cool air, which can be particularly important to the energy efficiency of HVAC plants in Australian and New Zealand buildings. “People can probably remember the days of walking past offices and shopfronts and hospitality venues on hot days to be greeted with a beautiful icy wave of cold air emanating from their open entrances. It was welcome relief, but designers and facility managers can’t afford to make a gift of their expensive cooled air like that these days,” says Mr Fisher, whose global parent company Royal Boon Edam, with over 140 years of entrance solution experience, has among its clients some of the world’s largest firms and household names in technology, resources, retail and health and hospitality.  The Rialto revitalisation project in Melbourne (above and below) showcases striking and practical 5m high Boon Edam revolving doors, the tallest in the Southern Hemisphere   Door Maintenance Proper maintenance of revolving doors to optimise their energy conservation was one of the factors behind the decision this year to expand Boon Edam’s service division in Australia and New Zealand. In addition to its own specialist staff, Boon Edam has joined forces with door maintenance leaders and automatic door manufacturer Auto Ingress Pty Ltd in Australia, and with leading New Zealand door installation and service company Commercial and Industrial Doors. “Although revolving doors generally enjoy a built-in energy conservation advantage, this can be extended further by sensible maintenance and upgrading where required,” says Mr Fisher. “Our maintenance services – which are conducted to the global standards of Boon Edam – can deliver benefits not only with OEM equipment, but also wider brands that can be both improved in energy performance while also having their durability extended.” Boon Edam’s service and maintenance helps to keep the equipment compliant with Australian Standard AS:5007, which requires doors to be inspected every three months.   Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty Limited201 Sussex Street, Level 20, Darling Park Tower 2 Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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Installed revolving door Burj Khalifa

Boon Edam’s Doorway to Heaven signposts our own high-rise future

As expensive land and growing pressure on Australasia’s urban infrastructure drive commercial and residential development ever skywards, our building designers and specifiers will have lessons to learn from construction challenges of the world’s tallest building. The 828m high Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world, has the greatest number of stories (163), highest occupied floor and the elevator with the longest travel distance. It easily dwarfs Australia’s highest building, the 322.5m Q1 on the Gold Coast, and is also more than twice the height of the 328m sky tower in Auckland. But it does have something in common with both of the coastal cities Down Under – and that is contending with constant and sometimes vigorous winds. Overcoming the issues presented by such winds was a challenge faced by global entry solutions leader Boon Edam when Burj Khalifa recently added another record to its resume: 'At the top – Burj Khalifa Sky' is now the highest outdoor observation deck on Earth, on the building’s 148th floor. Boon Edam installed the highest revolving door in the world to access to new viewing platform. This new outdoor viewing platform gives visitors who don’t have a fear of heights a stunning view over the city 555m below them, says Boon Edam Australia Managing Director Mr Mike Fisher, whose local Boon Edam operation set its own record Down Under recently with the giant, 5-metre high, revolving doors on the new Rialto building regeneration project in Melbourne (the tallest such doors in the Southern Hemisphere).  Having installed the revolving doors on the 124th floor observation deck as well, Boon Edam were contacted again to provide the entry to the new deck. A Windy Challenge When building a skyscraper this size, wind loads are a major difficulty that has to be overcome. Without additional measures, the top of the building could start swaying so much in the wind that people inside might get seasick. Dubai moreover is plagued by the Shamal; sand storms that can last for days. With a façade containing as much glass as the Burj Khalifa’s, withstanding these weather conditions would be challenging. The three-lobed design however proved to bring a solution as the spiraling floors break the wind flow around the building resulting in a sound and stable structure. The Highest Revolving Doors in the World The design of architecture, interior design, engineering, and urban planning firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill originally called for an outside observation deck on the 124th floor of the building with two glass revolving doors granting access to it. At 442 metres high, these would at that time be the highest revolving doors ever installed in the façade of a building and had to be able to withstand wind loads of at least 3000 Pascal, or an F3 class Tornado. The Burj Khalifa required two automatic revolving doors with a diameter of 3000mm and an overall height of 2700mm, the canopy could be only 300mm high with the motor being installed on top of it. Normally a revolving door with these specifications would only be able to withstand wind loads of up to 689 Pascal. Meeting the Challenge Royal Boon Edam knew that there were two main problems to overcome: the curved walls of the revolving door would have to be strong enough to withstand the winds and the door set would have to be fixed tightly in order for the door wings not to be blown loose during a storm. Boon Edam worked closely together with Mace the Hyder Consulting, Samsung Engineering and Construction and Turner Construction, the subcontractor, to develop a solution that met all requirements. During the initial phases of the process, the second company that had been invited to tender for this project had to drop out as they could not get their design to work in the challenging conditions on the 124th floor. Boon Edam persevered and after carrying out different wind load and glass tests, managed to adapt the construction of their Tourniket revolving door to meet the requirements of the Burj Dubai. A Revolving Door Able to Withstand a Tornado The proposal Boon Edam came up with was a Tourniket revolving door with specially reinforced posts that are twice as wide and thick as those of a normal revolving door. These were firmly bolted to the floor with special bolts being used underneath the floor to ensure the strength of the structure. Although most revolving doors are installed on top of the flooring, this one was placed underneath the final layer of concrete floor of the observation deck. In order to guarantee the stability of the door set, an extra thick steel frame was integrated into the construction. This allows the door wings to easily withstand the wind pressures. At these incredible heights, the demands placed on the entry are four times as much as a normal revolving door would be able to handle. For the deck on the 124th floor, Boon Edam were the only manufacturer able to meet this challenge. Meeting the Latest Challenge With its original revolving doors already functioning to full satisfaction for five years, Boon Edam was chosen to provide the new door at the even higher level. Boon Edam installed the same specially engineered Tourniket revolving door on the 148th floor as they did on the 124th floor. This new project however posed an additional challenge: moving all materials from the basement to the 148th floor. All materials first had to be taken up to the 111th floor in one lift, then transferred to a second lift that would take it up to the 149th floor from where everything had to be manually brought one floor down to the 148th floor where the door was to be installed. The company’s logistical experience overcame this challenge also, endowing the Burj Khalifa with safe, secure and reliable entry to its latest dizzying attraction. Special Projects Based on Standardised Solutions “The revolving doors we created for the Burj Khalifa posed an incredible challenge,” says Michael Fisher. “The experience and expertise of our engineers, combined with the proven technology of the Tourniket revolving door, allowed us to meet it and bring it to a successful conclusion.” “Today both revolving doors are used on a daily basis to allow visitors a spectacular view of Dubai. Their glass construction complements the modern façade of the observation deck and puts the stunning skyline of Dubai in the spotlight where it should be.” Boon Edam Australia Michael Fisher says that, while larger and taller buildings are inevitable in Australia, some with spectacular observation decks, their major doors issue is often at ground level, or inside the building, where they are used to manage access to areas of commercial, retail and corporate facilities. “Efficient doorway design is a key to energy sustainability, for example, as well as building security. Australian building owners and operators can no longer afford the type of wide-open entrances that used to blast cold air out onto the footpath, wasting the benefits of even the most efficient HVAC systems.” “As climate change imposes greater loads on the HVAC systems of our bigger buildings, we need to design to ensure that expensive energy is conserved and that we design entrances to minimise their demands on HVAC equipment, the capital and maintenance costs of which also comprise a significant proportion of building costs. Boon Edam Australia is expanding its presence Down Under with a new national HQ in response to facility entry challenges faced by public and private businesses, facility owners, designers, specifiers, builders and property managers Down Under. Boon Edam – which has dozens of Fortune 500 companies among its global clients, including some of the world’s largest firms – already has more than 100 installations in Australia, spanning office buildings, airports, healthcare facilities, retail outlets, hotels, restaurants and national attractions visited by millions of people a year. Boon Edam is on the front line of global change to entry solutions affecting workplaces and public spaces. Its entry solutions reflect the importance of facility entries as mobility hotspots in today’s security-conscious world, says Mr Fisher, who heads a Boon Edam Australia team that includes Australian-based facility design, security and maintenance personnel operating nationally. “As the importance of facility entries as mobility hotspots increases in Australia, in line with global trends, the demands on managing the passage of people through them is expanding exponentially,” says Mr Fisher. A building’s entrance not only has to be secure – an area in which Boon Edam is a global authority – but also designed in such a way which complements the aesthetics of the environment.    “On behalf of our clients, we harmonise the disparate elements of the puzzle that is involved in the successful design of building and facility entries, so as to develop a solution that is customised for the client, integrating the four key areas of: ·         Aesthetics, to world standards  ·         sustainability, including reducing carbon footprint ·         security, including management of people movements ·         and service, throughout a building’s lifecycle. “By partnering with our clients in Australia, and drawing on our pool of international experience, we help determine the exact requirements for the mobility hotspot in and around individual facilities. The Australian team will always welcome the opportunity to take interested parties to relevant local sites to show the quality of its work.” The new and larger Boon edam Australia HQ will expand the Australian team’s growing list of services to new projects, retrofits, security audits and maintenance services conducted to meet and surpass local and world standards. Inquiries please to:  Michael Fisher Managing DirectorBoon Edam Australia Pty Limited201 Sussex Street, Level 20, Darling Park Tower 2 Sydney, New South Wales 2000E: michael.fisher@boonedam.comT: +61 1300 689 905M: +61 (0)415 671 884 Media release inquiries to: whyte@bigpond.com

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