26th November 2017
Following the successful installation earlier in the year by Detect for the fire and security systems at Fat Face's new distribution centre at Dunsbury Park Havant. Chris Ellis and Joseph Goddard were invited to attend the Grand Opening event. The event was also attended by Havant MP Alan Mak plus other dignitaries.
Dunsbury Park is the winner of the South South Coast Property Awards 2017 sponsored by CBRE. Fat Face are a leading designer of active lifestyle clothing and have many retail outlets across the U.K. and Europe.
The investment in the new site ensures that Fat Face have the capacity to support ongoing expansion within the U.K. and abroad. Managing director Anthony Thompson on Friday made clear his commitment to Havant, in particular praising the hard work and dedication of his team. He highlighted that while other parts of the country might be more geographically suited for a distribution centre, the quality of the workforce here in Havant cannot be matched.
Joseph Goddard successfully secured the project back in summer 2016 and our team of engineers have fitted a new addressable fire alarm, access control, IP CCTV and intruder alarm systems to meet the clients specific requirements.
Detect wish FatFace every success in their new premises.