Accessing Anglo

August 2012 News

Multinational, Anglo America, recently decided to refurbish and upgrade its corporate reception area at 55 Main Street in the Johannesburg CBD. This forms part of a major move to modernise its presence in Johannesburg. A number of premises are being revamped and 55 Main Street, being a key building, required a reliable and durable access control system.

Security in the Johannesburg CBD is always of major concern, as well as the monitoring of office employees’ time spent at the office. Turnstar was chosen for the physical access control at the main reception. Turnstar supplied four Speedstile Express lanes which not only provide a pleasing aesthetic to the entrance, but also provide the required security and access control to meet the needs of Anglo. The Speedstile Express is fitted with an optical sensor array, which ensures safety for pedestrians passing through the lane.

For more information contact Turnstar Systems, +27 (0)11 786 1633, [email protected], www.turnstar.co.za



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