On the 14th June 1942, the famous writer and Holocaust victim Anne Frank began writing her diary. Today, the house where she went into hiding is a legacy museum located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam.
74 years later this week, ATG Access has been awarded the contract to protect the famous landmark in the heart of the beautiful city of Amsterdam.
This prestigious contract has been one of six awarded to ATG Access this week. In the UK, contracts have included an urban security upgrade within London city centre and a redesign of perimeter security measures for a leading North West Premier Football Club Stadium.
Cwbran Shopping Centre in Wales has invested in a new VP bollard traffic system to pedestrianize the popular shopping area. Access is now completely restricted apart from to delivery vehicles at certain times during the trading day.
In Oslo, Norway; shallow foundation bollards have been ordered to protect city infrastructure. This makes up a part of the cities expanding ‘ring of steel’.
Finally, on the other side of the world a contract was received to secure a data centre in Hong Kong. This will signify one of ATG Access’s first deliveries to the country.
So far, a fairly momentous month of June; ATG Access continue international and national activity over the next few weeks as they gear up to support distributors exhibiting at shows across South East Asia and Australia.