Enhanced communication for Botanicca Business Park
by: NJM Group Marketing on
Effective communication is extremely important as it plays a key part of day to day life which includes regular encounters between two or more people.
The Botanicca Business Park is a five hectare estate located in Burnley Richmond and is just five kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD. A joint venture development between R Corporation and Macquarie Bank, with a pre-leasing deal to GE Capital, the building includes office space and features tenants including Harris Scarfe, Mimco, Forever New and Witchery.
To help enhance further effective communication across the building, Australian Bollards has manufactured, supplied and installed our Intercom Bollards to the Botanicca Business Park.
Australian-made and designed, Australian Bollards Architecturally Designed Intercom Bollards range complements any security system installed at the entrance of any home, office, or commercial facility.
A must have electrical access control solution that’s unlike any other communication system, the intercom bollard is NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) approved.
What makes the intercom bollard a highly practical and promising solution is its compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) of 2005. This means our intercom bollards are easily accessible to those with disabilities, as they are built to cater for a range of customers. This smart and highly effective solution can also be positioned at wheelchair friendly locations.
The intercom bollard can be custom made to suit customer requirements, however, is manufactured in stainless steel, and available in either a satin or mirror finish.
These bollards can be fabricated to accommodate a range of devices and appliances such as intercoms, control points, help points, and power outlets.
The pedestrian height intercom bollards are the most robust and industrial grade type in the market, and are not limited to just audio or audio and video forms of communication. Communication formats can either be in analog or digital.
The user operate this product by using a headset or monitor which is attached to the intercom. Once authority is granted, the user can press the buzzer to release a door strike or electric locking device.
Intercom bollards are most commonly found at high rise office buildings, rental units, multi-story car parks and universities.
For more information on our intercom bollards range, call us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website.