CAM are very pleased to be able to share news of some of their latest work – with the British Standards Institute (BSI), the project required the design, build and installation of over 80 metres of steel CAM railings around the BSI’s UK Head Office in Hemel Hempstead.
CAM were commissioned for this work by the project surveyors Kirsop. Having been awarded the project CAM had to create a design suitable for the BSI; one of the world’s largest independent certification bodies for management systems, who boast more than 120,000 registered sites across the globe. The challenge was to create a high-end design that could incorporate the BSI knowledge and expertise in their sector with a product that could stand the test of time and provide an attractive solution to the BSI’s fencing requirement.
CAM used their patented barley crush technique to incorporate both the BSI logo and the trademark Kitemark symbol, which the BSI use to indicate a product that meets their standards, to deliver a design that was able to combine the BSI requirements into a product that provided a great aesthetic appeal to the site.
CAM worked with their trusted partner Joseph Ash Galvanising to provide the galvanizing and powder coating finish to the railings. This provided them low-maintenance long-life corrosion and colour protection. Meaning the railings could retain their aesthetic appearance for the long-term and is one the reasons CAM can offer their 20 year guarantee on their award-winning railings.
The project has been well received and upon installation it has provided the BSI with an aesthetically pleasing as well as functional fencing perimeter.