Integrity Security boosted by new contract wins
AN expanding Solihull security specialist has enjoyed a hat-trick of wins after trebling its offices, setting new standards and securing high profile contracts.
Integrity Security Group employs 120 people at its Highland Road facility having taken over Roscot Security in Walsall less than 12 months ago.
As well as increasing the size of its offices to 4,000 sq ft, the company has also been officially recognised by the Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor Scheme after maintaining its ISO9001 and ISO14001 standards.
This puts Integrity in the top 8% of security companies in the UK and follows on the heels of contract wins to provide services to Nottingham Wholesale Fruit and Flower Market.
“Security is an industry in which standards are very high and we’re delighted to not only retain our approved status with the SIA, but our assessment score has increased by 38%,” said Will Adams, Director at Integrity.
“This level of accreditation is vital in our business, especially when it comes to trying to win business for high-profile sites.
“This really caps an exciting phase of growth for the company as we’ve invested and expanded our offices and have been winning new business as we’ve gone along.”
He said winning the new contracts and securing the Nottingham project was a massive step forward for the business.
Established in 2008, Integrity provides cleaning, facilities management and bespoke security services.
This includes manned guarding, mobile patrols and event security to key holding, alarm response and strategic consultancy.
Tony Turner, Managing Director at Integrity, added: “The investment in our offices and the ongoing improvement in our accreditation have provided us with the platform to really push on with our expansion plans.
“The last 12 months have seen us grow at an exciting rate, now we can face the future with a confidence and pursue even more contracts.”