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Devon HQ contract

WiFi SPARK, a WiFi provider, has appointed a local security firm to provide security at new headquarters in Devon. The firm recently relocated from offices in Newton Abbott where staff were split among several units, to a larger property in Cranmere Court, Marsh Barton.

WiFi SPARK is a wireless network provider to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, NHS locations and shopping centres. The new premises and 30 members of staff will be secured by Marsh Barton Security Services (MBSS) supplying: key holding, CCTV, intruder alarms, access control and security patrols.

MBSS has been operating in Marsh Barton and across the South West for 30 years. Ex-Royal Marine and Managing Director of MBSS Marcus Di-Vincenzo said: “These relationships where we are given full control of a premises security are the most beneficial. Allowing our staff to monitor CCTV, intruder alarms and patrol the premises mean that we can reduce the risk of crime from all angles. The likelihood of anything going wrong is minimal, but if it does, my team of highly skilled, professional, military mannered security staff will be on site in a matter of minutes.”

Ian Lynch, Operations Manager at WiFi SPARK said: “Security is very important to us. We have invested in a smart new office and want to ensure it is kept safe and secure at all times. MBSS were able to assure me that their service was the best in the area and they could offer all the services we were looking for in one package. It was obvious to me that they had good coverage of the estate and I was heartened by the fact that they have mobile patrols operating on the estate out of hours. Their staff are knowledgeable and professional in their approach and I have confidence that they will deliver a high quality service to us. I was keen to have a local company, especially as many of our staff live outside the immediate area so a company that could give us a fast on-site response when needed was crucial to us.”



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