Lobby access control

  June 2nd, 2016 | Industrial gates news
Lobby access control

Lobby access control

Leda’s WA office have recently completed a staff access “lobby access control” project for Oceaneering in Jandikot, Perth WA. The purpose of the project was to assist Oceaneering in monitoring staff and visitors movement on and off site.

Rockhampton Hospital ICU gate

Leda Security Products QLD office was contracted by F K Gardner to supply and install an unusual new gate at the Rockhampton Hospital.

Lobby access controlIt was identified that the ICU ambulance bay was in full view of public entering the building so a screen and personnel gate would be required. The client decided to use a Leda undercarriage cantilever system which was installed using Chemset fixings to an existing co
ncrete slab. This alleviated the need for civil works saving both time and money.

The gate has colourbond infill panels and was manufactured from aluminium to reduce its weight. The colour finish was chosen to complement the existing building and a fence and infill panel were also included in the project to match the gate panels. This was a live worksite so the installation needed to be completed with minimal disruption to the busy ICU department. Careful planning and attention to detail by Leda staff enabled the installation to be completed in one day.

Tricky driveway

Lobby access controlLeda recently completed a installation in Adelaide CBD where the entry and exit traffic needed to share the same road way. We needed to supply a set of high cycle boom gates and corresponding traffic lights that required to be connected via a PLC that would control the lights from red to green by activation from in-ground induction loops and an access control system. Sounds simple but the configuration of the driveways at either end of the building provided our engineering department in the factory with a number of challenges.

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