The Asset Protection Group comprises a group of Fire & Security divisions with a shared ownership and one common goal; protecting your most important assets.
The companies mentioned below are our 4 cornerstones that make up the group. Each of them has their own unique disciplines. ARK specializes in Alarm Response. BGB specializes in Perimeter Control. Cannon specializes in Fire Suppression. Finally, is VRC who specializes in Monitoring Solutions.
Protecting and saving both people and businesses throughout the United Kingdom.
As a collective group, we look to offer protection to your property and assets. We have become experts in dealing with various business niches and sectors.
Because of this, we do this an extraordinary amount of due diligence as there are no shortcuts when it comes to protecting people and saving lives.
The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning, judgment and preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. e.g. Schools, colleges, universities, nurseries.
The financial sector is a category of the economy made up of firms that provide financial services to commercial and retail customers. e.g. Banks, investment funds, insurance companies and real estate.
(adjective) This category ranges from smaller properties, often called "Flex" or "R&D" properties, to larger office service or office warehouse properties. E.G. Farms, Factories, warehouses, data centre, assembly lines.
(noun) Betting and gambling, culture and heritage and leisure and entertainment E.G. Leisure centers, cinema, sports, art galleries, sites, bowling, arcades, theme parks, casinos, shopping, race-tracks, casinos, horseracing, museums, galleries
(noun) Is the part of the economy composed of both public services and public enterprises (also called the state sector). Public services include public goods and government services such as the military, police, infrastructure, E.g. public roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids & telecommunications etc.
(adjective) Occupied or unoccupied, owned or rented, single-family or multifamily, housing units and mobile homes, excluding institutional housing such as hostels or school dormitories, hospitals and night shelters. e.g. Houses, Bungalows, Care-Homes, tower blocks.
(plural noun) Food-service providers are so widespread that half of all adults have worked in food service in one way or another at some point in their lives. The food service industry encompasses any establishment that serves food to people outside their home. e.g. Carveries, Bistros, Pubs, Restaurants, Fast-Food, Takeaway, Buffet, Teppanyaki.
(noun) The sale of goods to final consumers, usually in small quantities. Varying from high streets, supermarkets to jewelers and car dealers.
(noun) The healthcare sector consists of companies that provide medical services, manufacture medical equipment or drugs, provide medical insurance, or otherwise facilitate the provision of
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