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Shopping Centres

Shopping centers have been identified as part of the CPNI 'Crowded Places' initiative.

Security managers need to balance the accommodation of both vehicles and pedestrians visiting a shopping center whilst still maintaining the appropriate level of security.

The risk of shopping centres being targetted by an act of terrorism is very real.
The risk of shopping centres being targetted by an act of terrorism is very real.

Due to high volumes of people being in a concentrated area at any one time, all vehicle approaches must be considered and secured. Pedestrian areas must also be segregated to avoid any accidental collisions outside a busy shopping center.

Traffic calming measures can be used in conjunction with perimeter security and access control measures.
Traffic calming measures can be used in conjunction with perimeter security and access control measures.

To successfully mitigate against a planned attack. Access in and out of car parks needs to be planned as well as access for vehicles into service areas which could, if not considered cause a vulnerability in your sites defence.

Aesthetics of security measures chosen should be considered and be in keeping with the overall environment design.
Aesthetics of security measures chosen should be considered and be in keeping with the overall environment design.

If security measures are being retrofitted around an existing infrastructure, solutions can be selected to be installed quickly and efficiently to minimise any disruption to the daily running of the center.

ATG Access specialise in bespoke, engineered security solutions.
ATG Access specialise in bespoke, engineered security solutions.

Many clients have an explicit aesthetic requirement for a site or a specific site constraint. ATG are used to resolving these challenges.

ATG ACCESS IS A WORLD LEADING DESIGNER AND MANUFACTURER OF BOLLARDS, RISING ARM BARRIERS, ROAD BLOCKERS AND VEHICLE BARRIER SYSTEMS.

SUPPLYING PRODUCTS TO OVER 40 COUNTRIES, ATG ACCESS ARE MARKET LEADERS AND HAVE OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE PHYSICAL SECURITY INDUSTRY.

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Products

Car Park Security

Safe and reliable automatic bollard systems effectively restricting access where needed.  Read more

Counter Terrorism

Impact tested bollards, barriers and road blockers.  Read more

Rising Arm Barriers

Effective and safe vehicle access control.   Read more

Fixed Bollards & Hoop Barriers

Our fixed bollards and hoop barriers are supplied in a multitude of different shapes, sizes and finishes. Fixed bollards are primarily used to stop vehicles from entering an area or to protect pedestrian walkways from way-ward vehicles. Shopfronts, ATM machines and roller shutter doors can also benefit from fixed bollards to prevent ram-raid attacks. Hoop barriers are an alternative to fixed bollards and may be more cost effective when you have an extensive length of perimeter to protect.  Read more