Critec have undertaken numerous commissions in the public domain.
Our public sector projects include those for public bodies, such as government departments and the custodial services, and also private organisations working in the public domain, such as public space CCTV monitoring facilities, public transportation schemes, retail facilities and education establishments.
We have extensive experience in identifying operational savings via service amalgamations for public space CCTV providers and have undertaken numerous commissions to converge multiple control rooms into a single location, starting from feasability studies up to full design, specification and client representation.
We prescribe to the principles of Security by Design, and utilise both active and passive surveillance in our building proposals to design out crime.
Some of our public domain commissions include;
Feasibility study for convergence of 4 public space CCTV control rooms into a single facility.
Design, specification and client representation for IP HD CCTV upgrades for a property portfolio consisting of 14 retail parks and an urban leisure facility.
Design, specification and client representation for life safety IP CCTV systems at 5 police custody suites
Feasibility study for large network access control system at a 150 building university campus
Project management for security upgrades to 3 Cat A and Cat B prisons
Study and recommendations reporting for CCTV upgrades to 20 public transport interchanges.
Commissioning management for CCTV upgrades to 60 urban rail stations.