Centrally collating key site data and managing physical access to their projects was a major challenge faced by leading international property and infrastructure company, Lend Lease.
Human Recognition Systems (HRS) in partnership with Reliance High-Tech has the contract to supply and manage the secure biometric access to the Olympic Park for all construction workers.
In November 2009 Human Recognition Systems (HRS) signed a nationwide supplier framework agreement with leading construction and support services company Carillion, seeing the roll-out of MSite to UK-based Carillion building projects.
BAM Plant is the internal hire division of BAM Construction and the first port of call for site management teams when setting up a new site, providing essential site services and support. In 2007 Human Recognition Systems (HRS) became a key partner
Carillion, one of the UK’s leading construction companies approached Human Recognition Systems (HRS) to help secure the access to site and to manage workforce reporting while they completed the build of the Southmead super hospital in Bristol.
The first phase of the £512m Edinburgh Trams project was undertaken by Carillion to divert the utility cables and pipes from underneath the tram tracks. The utility works suffered unforeseen time delays which put significant pressure on project budgets.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) contracted Human Recognition Systems (HRS) to develop a biometric access control platform and integrate it into PIA's workforce management system to help improve the management of their 24,000 employees
In 2005, BNFL, the world's largest nuclear management specialist was the first Nuclear Plant in the UK to deploy biometric technology at its Sellafield plant in Seascale, Cumbria.