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MSite installed at Willmott Dixon’s Greenwich Millennium Village

Willmott Dixon select MSite for site access controlHuman Recognition Systems’ site access control and workforce management system, MSite, has been selected and installed at Phase One of Willmott Dixon’s £40m Greenwich Millennium Project.

Willmott Dixon will build 206 homes on the Greenwich Peninsular mixed-tenure housing scheme that will be available for private sale and shared ownership. Designed by architects Jestico + Whiles, Greenwich Millennium Village is a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments being developed over several phases close to the Greenwich Yacht Club, The O2 and Canary Wharf.

Construction of this phase is scheduled to conclude in spring 2015, with Taylor Wimpey Central London and Countryside Properties aiming to develop up to 1,800 homes at the Greenwich Millennium Village over the next 15 years, which will be a major boost for jobs and growth in the construction industry. For further information on the Greenwich Millennium Project, please visit www.gmv.gb.com.

Willmott Dixon is one of the UK’s largest privately-owned capital works, regeneration and support service companies. Ultimately, their ambition is to provide sustainable space for people, businesses and communities to thrive in.

About MSite Site Access Control

MSite, from Human Recognition Systems, is the market-leading biometric access control, time & attendance and workforce management solution that collects and reports on different streams of operational data. The robust, proven and secure MSite platform enables construction firms and site managers to accurately identify their workforce and manage access rights and site activities, in accordance with company policies and procedures.

The most widely used access control system within the construction industry MSite enables multiple sites to be centrally managed.

Learn more about MSite as a site access solution or as an Enterprise workforce and sub-contractor management solution or email miste@hrsid.com

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