Access Control Systems are a must have for any science-focused educational building

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A secure and reliable access control system is a must for any scientific research laboratory, especially those that double as educational facilities.

This is also the case with the Science and Health Building that is currently being built for Coventry University, as reported by a media source.

The £37 million contract will bring together the Faculty of Health and Life Science’s teaching and research facilities into a ‘superlab’ – a five-storey, 120,000 sq ft building on Much Park Street in Coventry’s city centre.

BAM Construction has managed to secure the contract for building this impressive facility, which is due for completion in 2017.

The building will house world-class teaching and simulation facilities with state-of-the-art equipment and laboratories. A mock operating theatre, fully-equipped ambulance and a community house to test the latest assistive living technologies will be among the health simulation features.

A purpose-built laboratory for teaching and research in biological and analytic sciences will sit alongside a strength and conditioning room. A running track, sports therapy clinic and facilities for food and environmental sciences will also be part of the complex.

Considering the specific nature and the future use of the building, the implementation of a solid and reliable Access Control system on the premises is certainly a must.

Access Control UK employs a variety of access control technologies in order to create advanced solutions, enable users to exert solid, reliable and accurate control over the access to specific premises or zones.

If you’d like to find out more about the range of solutions supplied by Access Control UK, both in terms of hardware (smart card readers, biometric readers, turnstiles, etc.) and software (access rights management software solutions, etc.), just contact us, we’ll be more than happy to answer any queries you might have.

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