Wireless communications systems specialist, Ramtech, has completed its largest ever contract to replace an existing alarm system and install 650 new units for one of the UK’s major independent park operators.
The project, for Unity Farm Holiday Park in Burnham-on-Sea, first required Ramtech to decommission and remove an existing Legacy system. Ramtech then installed its own wireless system, consisting of 650 alarms in holiday homes with links to building and fire alarms, and the company’s Ramtech 2008 base station.
Along with Ramtech project managing the whole scheme, a team of three Ramtech engineers stayed on-site for the duration of the 12-week installation, which took place while park was closed during the winter months.
They worked very closely with the park operators to ensure that the work was carried out quickly and efficiently, with minimum disruption. Ramtech also ensured that no units were left un-alarmed at any time and each holiday home was left exactly as it was by the owners.
Pre programmed key pads, a new product developed especially for Unity Farm, were also installed and clear instructions were left for owners when they arrived back after the winter.
Mike Turner, Ramtech customer service director, managed the project. He said: “We’re delighted to have secured this prestigious park as a customer. This is the largest project we have ever undertaken, as we usually install alarms on a piecemeal basis, not in every caravan in the park at once.
“Our team worked very hard in conjunction with the park to ensure everything ran smoothly and while other holiday parks were closed, they were hard at work experiencing park life during the winter months. We’re now looking forward to building a successful, long-term relationship with Unity Farm.”