Ministry of Justice awards – 2020 Vision get four year prison stretch

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Feb 18
2009

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A North Shields-based CCTV systems integrator is going behind bars, but for all the right reasons, having secured a four-year contract as the maintenance provider for 14 prisons in the North West.

2020 Vision, which recently announced that it has secured over £2million in other security contracts, has been awarded the long term contract by The Ministry of Justice, ahead of five other companies from across the UK. 2020 Vision will now be responsible for the CCTV corrective and preventative maintenance for the 14 prisons.

The contract, which starts this month, involves looking after a wide range of electronic security products from various suppliers in addition to scheduled maintenance visits.  2020 Vision is confident that it can supply the best possible service and response times to faults and repairs for this high risk prison environment.

Peter Houlis, managing director of 2020 Vision commented: “2009 looks set to be a good year for expansion, after securing more than £2million in contracts at the back end of last year, we’ve now secured this prestigious contract from The Ministry of Justice.

“2020 has a fantastic track record specialising in public sector work for prisons, hospitals, universities and other similar establishments. We’re delighted to have been awarded this contract and we’re looking forward to commencing work very soon.”

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