Fencing Systems to protect Telecommunications Infrastructure
David Wyllie & Sons Fencing (DWS) is an experienced and trusted fencing contractor based near Annan in Scotland and provides agricultural, domestic and industrial fencing solutions in Dumfries & Galloway and beyond.
DWS was commissioned to install high security fencing to protect telecommunications infrastructure in several remote locations in Scotland
Due to the demanding nature of these remote sites, DWS needed a partner that it could trust and work closely with… and a fencing system that was durable, low maintenance, high security and easy to install in challenging and isolated environments.
Given the remote locations of the telecommunications infrastructure in question, logistics were also a key consideration for DWS.
ExMesh™ supplied ExMesh™ Telecom security fencing to DWS for use on the sites. This fencing was specifically designed for the telecoms industry, where a robust, long-life, versatile and high security solution is crucial for protecting infrastructure.
ExMesh™ Telecom is manufactured from a raised steel mesh, which offers a more robust alternative to other common fencing systems such as palisade or wire mesh.
ExMesh™ Telecom’s attributes were vital in ensuring that DWS’s client had confidence in the security of its sites: security breaches at telecoms sites can result in damage to or theft of equipment, and costly service disruption.
But our relationship didn’t end with just manufacturing this fencing.
The ExMesh™ team worked hand in hand with DWS to ensure that the fencing installation at a range of sites went smoothly and to schedule, delivered on time and on budget, which was crucial to the success of each project.
We have built up a long-term partnership with DWS and are working together on several new telecommunications sites, where our ExMesh™ Telecom fencing can provide a high level of perimeter security.
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