Procter Contracts is promoting its ranges of fencing, railings and gates that are suitable for playgrounds and similar locations. The company’s broad portfolio includes bow top railings, mesh panel fencing, steel palisade and planed timber palisade, plus matching swing gates. All fencing, railings and gates for playgrounds are designed to RoSPA or PLAYSAFE standards.
Sports grounds need fencing, either to stop balls straying or prevent trespassing – or both. However, with so many different types to choose from, specifying fencing is not straightforward. This article provides five top tips to help specifiers select the optimum fencing and stay within budget.
Procter Contracts has partnered with NBS Plus and now information about the company’s high-quality fencing, gates and street furniture is available to architects and specifiers using the NBS (National Building Specification) system.
Procter Fencing Systems is introducing modular Pro-acoustic Environmental Noise Barrier Systems that offer a number of benefits compared with traditional acoustic barriers constructed from timber. Both the Reflective and Absorptive Pro-acoustic systems are manufactured from high-strength glass-reinforced polymers and in most cases the panels are installed between galvanised and polyester powder-coated steel posts.
Jeremy Procter, the Managing Director of Procter Fencing Systems, offers ten tips to help architects and specifiers select fencing that will achieve the optimum balance between aesthetics, security and cost.
Procter Fencing Systems has been appointed as a certified Gallagher Channel Partner for the sales, installation and maintenance of Gallagher’s technologically advanced perimeter security systems, including electric pulse fencing and sensor-based monitoring systems. Procter Fencing Systems is therefore a 'one-stop shop' for organisations requiring world-class high-security perimeter protection.
Procter Fencing Systems is now supplying bespoke stainless steel handrails that benefit from exceptional corrosion resistance thanks to the use of electropolishing that ensures the handrails continue to look good for far longer than handrails that have not received this treatment.
In recessionary times it is necessary to be careful with budgets, yet there is also rising acquisitive crime. For companies wanting to install fencing, either for security or other reasons, the time is ripe to consider how to keep control of costs for fencing and related security measures.
Airport security enjoys a high profile today, with sophisticated systems being installed for scanning passengers and baggage. But just as important are front-line defences such as perimeter fencing to keep intruders out. Bristol International Airport has recently completed a project to upgrade its perimeter fencing with approximately 2.5 miles (3.8km) of high-security fencing supplied and installed by Procter Fencing Systems.
Procter Fencing Systems has joined the Secured by Design scheme and is now an accredited installer for SBD products including fencing and associated perimeter security measures.
This demonstrates the high quality of Procter's service and makes it easier for schools and contractors to ensure that SBD-accredited products are properly installed in order to achieve the intended standards of crime-prevention
Procter Fencing Systems has published a free Guide to sports Ground Fencing to help specifiers determine the optimum fencing so as to achieve the best value while fulfilling the necessary performance requirements.
The Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 came into force on 1st October 2013 with the aim of reducing metal thefts. Although this has been broadly welcomed, Jeremy Procter, Managing Director of Procter Fencing Systems, cautions that this new legislation is no reason to be complacent about perimeter security.
With over 100 years' experience in fencing and gates, Procter Fencing Systems possesses unrivaled expertise in the design, manufacture and installation of high-security perimeter protection in the form of fencing, gates and associated measures such as access controls, electric pulse systems and sophisticated monitoring systems.
Procter Fencing Systems will be on Stand E160 at the Counter Terror Expo 2012, which takes place at London's Olympia on 25/26 April 2012. With over 100 years' experience in fencing and gates, Procter Fencing Systems possesses unrivalled expertise in the design, manufacture and installation of high-security perimeter fencing and gates, together with associated access controls, electric pulse systems and sophisticated monitoring systems.
Procter Fencing Systems has made fencing drawings downloads available from the FastrackCAD website. This means it is easier, quicker and more cost-effective for architects to utilise standard designs of fencing products, railings, swing gates and sliding gates from a company that enjoys accreditation as an installer under the Secured by Design scheme. With around 40,000 registered users, hundreds of whom download thousands of drawing files every week, FastrackCAD is described as Europe's leading provider of architectural CAD drawing databases.
Procter Fencing Systems has published a new edition of Fencing for Schools, the specifier's guide to perimeter security fencing for schools.
This second edition of the popular publication reflects the latest Ofsted guidance for inspectors, plus it contains updated contact details for sources of further information and a revised list of British, European and International standards.