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Our Carillion Framework – A Partnership That Continues to Grow

We’re proud of the long lasting relationships we have with our customers, and back in 2005 the leading construction firm Carillion became our first ever construction partner. Since then, we have continually shown our potential to deliver for this company and many more across a wide spectrum of industries – through innovation, passion and trust.

Carillion.jpgThe latest collaboration as part of our framework with Carillion will see the MSite Access Control and Workforce Management System implemented on their prestigious £165 million Barts Square project. We will provide the site with Access Control Pods and Turnstiles to allow monitoring of staff within the offices, as well as on site.

Once again, we are Carillion’s first choice for a reliable workforce management system.

Since agreeing our framework with Carillion we have installed on 100s of sites, including flagship projects such as New Birmingham Library and Southmead Hospital. Southmead Hospital became the first to use our advanced roll call technique, a mobile extension to MSite using handheld card readers. These innovative readers allowed operatives to perform mobile mustering in emergency situations – click below to read more in our case study.

Zara Lamont, Performance Improvement Director at Carillion said after the Southmead Hospital project: “Our smaller sites, as well as large projects use the MSite product. The return on investment is reflected in having the most accurate method of site access security, which is integrated into our own back office systems.”

HRS and Carillion have recently signed a new agreement which compliments the existing framework, this is to ensure all sites within the company are aware of the new products and services we offer. After 10 years of working together, our partnership continues to grow.

To find out more about MSite, the product Carillion rely on for their sites – large and small – follow the link below.

Discover MSite's unique Multi-Site capabilities

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