12th May 2011

GAME SECURITY ENGINEERING DONATE AND FIT SECURITY WINDOW GRILLES TO ACCESS (ALFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH)

 

GAME Security Engineering have recently donated and fitted several security window grilles to ACCess (Alford Community Church) in order to help secure their newly renovated premises following a spree of multiple break-ins. Stuart Hasler (Custodial General Manager) met Mark Rowe (Pastor and Executive Director) during a project management course. During discussions Stuart was informed of the break-ins and as part of the governments ‘Big Society’ GAME wanted to take action and help ACCess and were happy to donate security windows grilles and time to help ACCess.

Over the last 12months, ACCess has undergone a major transformation renovating and extending the existing building and facilities for the benefit of the local community. Many hours of hard work have been spent by volunteers and businesses from the local community and surrounding area; including members of staff from GAME who not only donated but painted and fitted window grilles.

Some of the improved facilities at ACCess include an extension to the rear of the premises providing extra much needed additional space complemented with state of the art technology which has been installed to help local youth members study. These facilities are also suitable for conferences for businesses to use in a modern, inviting and yet secure environment.  

Regular church members will benefit from their secure yet aesthetically pleasing new surroundings allowing peace of mind that their hard work and property will now be safely secured.

Stuart Hasler, Custodial General Manager at GAME said:

“It was a chance meeting that made our paths cross, but it soon became evident that the experience GAME have in the security sector could help Mark and his team with some steelwork to make their new Community Centre that little bit more secure.  We were more than happy to help with this, and wish the ACCess team all the best for the future.”

Mark Rowe, Church Minister at ACCess said:

“As a church minister, it was like manna from heaven to meet Stuart Hasler, Custodial General Manager from GAME. Stuart was not only interested in our work, but was only too willing to give something back to the community by providing help and expertise that would have been out of our grasp. Thanks to Stuart and the team from GAME our premises are safe and secure. The generosity and efficiency of GAME is refreshing and restores one’s faith in humanity and we are deeply grateful to them.”

GAME Security Engineering are custodial experts with approval from the Ministry of Justice and have built a reputation of offering practical solutions, innovative design, manufacturing and installation services and are confident that ACCess will now be a secure premises.

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