CCTV Control Room Furniture at Chesterfield Borough Council

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Thinking Space have recently completed CCTV control room furniture at Chesterfield Borough Council. The existing control room was in an 18th Century building and did not have the capacity for future expansion. The decision was made to relocate it.

Thinking Space worked with the client to provide an ergonomic solution by focusing the furniture needs around the large 5 metre Evolution media wall. Accommodating 10 screens for monitoring the 100+ CCTV cameras located around the district, the two operator console was designed in a curved configuration to make best use of viewing angles. This also creates more space within the control room. As well as a single operator supervisor console, 24/7 chairs and monitor mounts were also provided.

Andy Bond, Control Room Manager at Chesterfield Borough Council commented  “working with Jason from Thinking Space was a pleasure, he understood the project brief and engaged with the CCTV operators regarding their comfort and the usability of the desks. This ensured that the final desk arrangement, lighting configuration and monitor control was as required from day one. Going through a procurement process ensured we got the value for money and quality required, this was not an issue for Thinking Space, in what is a competitive market. Regarding fit out, Jason liaised with our CCTV installation team ensuring that final fit and positioning of the desk, monitor wall and ducting was right first time. Zero snags, well done and thank you.”

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