Control Room Furniture for New State of the Art Suite at Boston Borough Council
Thinking Space has just completed the contract to supply control room furniture for the new CCTV control room at Boston Borough Council. As part of the “Spend To Save” initiative, Boston secured funds to invest in the next generation of town centre CCTV monitoring solutions.
Based in the CCTV suite at Municipal Buildings in Boston, the new system is the first in the country to use this particular state-of-the-art technology, now boasting a wireless CCTV system, improved camera technology and a new control room with custom made furniture for the three operatives.
Working with facilities management provider OCS, Thinking Space were tasked with designing and installing a new console for the three operators, a media wall to house eight large flat screen monitors and storage cupboards for the new equipment.
Named the Roy Clark CCTV Suite, in memory of a well-known and fondly remembered colleague, the new control room was officially opened MP Mark Simmonds with a commemorative plaque. Representatives involved in the project were invited, including our Jason Gregory.
For further information, read more about this project:
Official opening ceremony
Above: new CCTV control room for Boston Borough Council