Abbey Security Services has had a great start to the first quarter of the year with the award of two new static site contracts within the Cambridge area.
New security contract near Cambridge
From this month, we’ll be supplying static guards to a bespoke business space in Cambridgeshire. As well as providing 24-hour security to the site, we’ll provide gatehouse services and undertake regular patrols of the premises in a highly visible branded vehicle.
Operations Director, David Alstin said: “With further additions to our mobile security division, and more large contracts in the pipeline, 2018 promises to be an exciting time for Abbey Security.”
The Abbey Boat Club is proving popular
Owned and operated for the benefit of our officers, the Abbey Boat Club is proving to be popular amongst our staff. A day onboard the Seamaster 27 yacht is a great way to unwind and really adds value to our officer’s downtime.
We’ve added a new gallery page in our officer welfare section, so you can see images of our employees enjoying some relaxation on the river.
By caring for our officers and providing initiatives such as the boat club, we are able to retain a dedicated and motivated team. A team who always give their best for both us, and our clients.
Are you SIA licenced and want to work for Abbey Security?
If you want to work for a supportive company who care about their employees, Abbey Security is the place for you. With a number of openings created by our new contract wins, we’re currently recruiting for a variety of roles.
To view our latest positions, please visit our vacancies page.
Abbey Security provides security solutions to businesses throughout Cambridgeshire and Suffolk
Whether your business requires a mobile patrol, static and manned guarding services, or a keyholding and alarm response facility, we’re experienced in providing security solutions to companies in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Thetford, Ely, Newmarket and Ipswich.
If you need help with your security, give us a call on 01284 768832 or fill in our contact form.
Posted on March 5, 2018