Local businesses delivering on significant contracts
The City of Joondalup is home to highly innovative and responsive local businesses. In recent months two such businesses have had significant successes to showcase.
MCS Security Win Optus Stadium Security Tender
Earlier in 2018, MCS Security was awarded the asset security tender for the much-anticipated Optus Stadium.
MCS Security is an ASX-listed located in the Joondalup City Centre that provides a wide range of security services across many market segments throughout the wider Perth area and regional areas of Western Australia.
The contract involves providing 24-hour asset protection to ensure the “health, safety and wellbeing of all employee’s contractors and visitors” to the venue.
The company employs more than 400 people and prides itself on the diversity of its staff and the provision of cultural awareness education – an important factor given international visitorship to the Stadium.
With a dedicated Training and Development Manager, MCS Security invests significant resources into training and strives to investigate new and innovative ideas for business development.
Read more in this Joondalup Times article.
Stiles Electrical Deliver Matagarup Bridge LED Feature Lighting
In 2014, Stiles Electrical was approached to design, supply, install and commission the LED feature lighting for the iconic Matagarup bridge in Perth.
The project involved delivering site-wide electrical, lighting, communications, intelligent lighting controls and CCTV for the bridge as well as the City of Perth bus stand area in East Perth.
The company staff mostly comprises of City of Joondalup and Wanneroo residents who worked tirelessly to make the project a reality, with the bridge being opened to the public in July 2018.
The highlight of the project is the incredible LED feature lighting which can display over 16 million colour combinations and be colour-mixed and dimmed to synchronise on demand with the Optus Stadium lighting.
The lighting includes 900 lineal metres of LED lighting mounted to the two white arches and central wishbones situated over the walking deck and rising up 74 metres above the Swan River.