Technology at its best
Firetech Intesol Projects Pty Ltd was established in 2001 with the aim of becoming the number one Maintenance and Installation Company in the fire and security market. During the last five years we have studied the market and can now say that we will give our customers the best quality work. Our policy is to encourage our personnel through growth to ensure that the highest standards are maintained at all times.
Firetech Intesol Projects' head office is based in Pretoria East.
Firetech Intesol Projects is accreditated with CIDB, the FDIA, SAQCC and is registered with PSIRA.
Engineering best practice in security system integration
Firetech Intesol Projects is one of the leading systems integrators of fire detection and suppression, access control, CCTV, evacuation and building management systems. Established in 2001 the company has celebrated its tenth anniversary with a staff of almost 100 people, with operations within South Africa and beyond our borders operating from Pretoria East. Firetech Intesol Projects Pty Ltd is a 60% black empowerment company.
As a systems integrator the core business of Firetech Intesol Projects is the design, installation and maintenance of systems and the company supports all the reputable product and device suppliers, the final choice being driven by customer requirements in terms of specification, performance and price.
Firetech Intesol Projects has recently been involved in a number of high-profile installations covering the full range of its expertise. Many of these where speed of installation was a major priority. Firetech continues to deliver in terms of its 'fast-track' strategy. An example of a recent installation was a CCTV monitoring system for the fresh produce market in Johannesburg, the largest market in the country. Plagued with petty pilfering right through to major hold-ups, the market, traditionally a cash-based business needed to drastically improve its security system.
The R35 million contract was awarded to Firetech Intesol Projects who completed the entire project in just 3,5 months. At 46 sites wireless communication were installed that reported back to one central control room.
The fire suppression systems entails the installation of 198 x 45kg FM 200 cylinders that is monitored in the central control room. Cameras are also monitored in the central control room. Twelve monitors are active in the control room with two operator chairs (each having full access to the total CCTV system), the operators being able to manage the individual cameras over an Ethernet and ISDN line. Cameras not under direct control of the operators are managed in a pre-programmed sequence. The success of the system has reduced major crimes and petty criminal activites.