South Essex College
The College was founded in 1899 as an art school and was renamed later as the Junior Day Technical School. It was then restructured to include commercial and industrial provision such as plumbing. The College became South East Essex College of Arts and Technology (SEECAT) in 1991.
Hunters Hunters are pleased to be associated with the College and have maintained the access control system in all of their 6 campus locations. There are over 75 controllers and over 280 doors with the Nedap access control across the sites and continuing to grow. We look after all Access on the Barriers on site, turnstiles and gates.
Contact Name: Philip Joyce, Estates Manager.
Contract Value: £50,000 Approx. Full Service and Installation Value.
Work Undertaken: Access Control, fast lanes and Barriers Full Install, Commission and Setup.
Method of Work: Service and Installation on all disciplines.
Working with the College for: over 4 Years.