SitexOrbis going for Commonwealth Games gold at CIH Scotland
Published by Magenta Associates for Sitex Orbis Ltd in Housing
Vacant property expert SitexOrbis is exhibiting at the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland annual conference and exhibition at Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) from 11-13 March 2014.
The biggest housing event in Scotland will address the most important questions being asked by the housing world today and provides a forum for housing experts to share ideas, good practice and solutions.
In celebration of Glasgow hosting the Commonwealth Games 2014 this summer, SitexOrbis is organising a Going for Gold cycling competition at stand B44. Visitors to SitexOrbis’s stand can get in the spirit of the games by competing in time trials on a high-tech indoor bike to be in with a chance of winning a Commonwealth Games 2014 T-shirt signed by one of Scotland's greatest athletes Sir Chris Hoy.
SitexOrbis has exhibited at the last 12 CIH Scotland events with sporting themes including hole-in-one golf, darts and gran torino racing, to raise money for charity, which has proven a big hit with delegates.
SitexOrbis will also be showcasing its secure door solution, the innovative keyless, remotely programmable iDoor, which allows for remote access, and the Videofied alarm solution, a rapidly deployable and cost-effective visual verification alarm system that can be used anywhere.
SitexOrbis’s integrated void property management solution is delivered in Scotland, through local teams and depots, to clients including Edinburgh City Council, Fife Council and Strathclyde Police. It includes physical security, monitored alarms, specialist cleaning and clearing services and pest control, all backed by Aura, a real-time management information system.
SitexOrbis provides a complete vacant property service for commercial property and social housing. From securing the property with the right type of barrier screens and cleaning and clearing it of debris, to monitoring it with battery-powered video alarms; its role is to facilitate everything necessary to get the vacant property occupied again. All services are backed up by Aura, SitexOrbis’s real-time web-based workflow system; enabling customers to instruct, control and track the progress of jobs undertaken by their contractors. SitexOrbis’s in-house Alarm Response Centre monitors all alarms and supports lone worker and out-of-hours services, ensuring SitexOrbis keeps control of all security delivery and risks nothing in its outsourcing.
In the UK the vacant property security company protects more than 50,000 properties as well as 10,000 lone workers, cleans 20,000 properties annually and provides infection control, long-term mould eradication and access control. The company generates a combined turnover of in excess of £30 million and employs more than 500 people.
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