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Manly Library Access Control

Manly Library Access Control – Northern Beaches Council is seeking an access control and alarm system to allow unstaffed access to Manly Library.

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Manly Library Access Control And Alarm System.

Manly Library Access Control – Northern Beaches Council is seeking an access control and alarm system to allow unstaffed access to Manly Library.

The scope of this RFQ is supply and install a control system with 2 units that validate a visitor’s authorisation to access Manly Library when the library is unstaffed.

Manly Library is a 3-storey building situated in a busy pedestrian strip located at 1 Market Lane, Manly. There are 2 entry doors that require access control – one from the pedestrian strip to a foyer, and one from the foyer to the library.

This tender closes on July 18 – you can learn more here or read more SEN news here.

Manly Library Access Control Functions

  • Manage the access system and other building functions such as lighting controls, automated announcements, and building alarms
  • Allow for operational schedules by time of day and day of week as well as the ability to schedule exceptions, such as for public holidays
  • Run reports on building visits
  • Ongoing support and maintenance is required for a period of 5 years after installation
  • Installation is to be carried out by October 2024.

“Manly Library Access Control And Alarm System.”

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