Surveys for London Schools
A free, no-obligation technical consultation and site survey is the best way for you to determine the optimum fencing scheme for your school. Our experts can also discuss powered and manually operated gates, which are often specified and installed at the same time as fencing, plus any requirements you might have for street furniture.
It could be that you want to schedule a consultation and survey for the summer holiday in order to plan for the 2016/17 academic year, or you might have an urgent need for fencing, gates and other items to be installed over the summer. Either way, please contact us to arrange for one of our experts to visit at a time that suits you.
Perimeter security is a complex issue, with fencing being just one element. However, unlike general fencing contractors, we have an in-depth understanding of both perimeter security and the specific needs of schools, with our track record in school fencing and gates in the London area and around the UK dating back more than 70 years. Furthermore, because we supply and install all types of fencing, we are not biased towards any particular type when we make our recommendations.
If necessary, the technical consultation can also cover any current or future requirements for street furniture – including walkways and shelters, cycle racks, litter bins, benches, bollards, barriers and secure bin stores.
When you request a free technical consultation and site survey, we will provide you with a report that includes our recommendation for fencing, gates and other security measures, covering details such as:
- Height of fencing
- Gauge and type of posts
- Gauge and type of infill (e.g. mesh panel, palisade, etc) and any special finish
- Gauge and type of fixings
- Gate(s) type, size, actuation method and access controls
- Other perimeter security measures that should be considered to complement the fencing and gates
The unbiased report and quotation will enable you to make an informed decision, whether the need is for an urgent upgrade of the perimeter security during the summer holiday or a scheduled (possibly phased) installation later in 2016/17.