FAST-growing integrator, Innotec Security, has been awarded a 3-year service and maintenance agreement for electronic security systems and solutions at Arts Centre Melbourne.
The contract covers the entire electronic security solution, including CCTV, access control, intrusion detection, as well as all related sub-systems and management solutions.
“We’re delighted to have been awarded this contract by Arts Centre Melbourne,” said Rob Rosa, director sales and marketing, Innotec Security. “Innotec has been growing at a phenomenal rate and our customer list is of the highest quality. People are starting to talk about Innotec Security – which is not only rewarding, but an accurate recognition of the efforts put in by the entire team.”
Arts Centre Melbourne is a large and diverse application, incorporating the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Hamer Hall, State Theatre, Play House and Fairfax Studio, and the various electronic security solutions that provide security across multiple venues include a suite of high end solutions.
The internal venues have a seated capacity of more than 6000, while the Myer Music Bowl caters for 12,000 standing with seating for 2150. Meanwhile, the Performing Arts Collection at the Arts Centre Melbourne is the foremost and largest specialist performing arts collection in Australia, with more than 510,000 items relating to the history of circus, dance, music, opera and theatre in Australia, and of Australian performers overseas.
Innotec Security supports customers by designing, installing, servicing and maintaining a wide variety of electronic security projects, including hospitals, prisons, large city council CCTV systems, high security data centres, large retail chains and large manufacturing plants.