Crowd Safety

Sadly, we have in recent years seen a rise in terrorist attacks using vehicles as deadly weapons. This means that protecting spaces where crowds gather has never been more important.

Places of cultural or political significance are particular targets. The good news is that these are exactly the kind of busy, pedestrianised environments we’re already familiar with and successfully manage week in, week out.

Our Hostile Vehicle Management services can offer flexible, temporary and protection against hostile vehicles. We will assess your space and its particular needs and challenges. We’ll then design an appropriate HVM application that will keep safe both the location and those who visit it.

We believe that people have a right to commune in public spaces without fear or hesitation.  Our HVM Crowd Safety services demonstrate that we’re determined to defend that right.

Case studies

Fever Tree Championships

The Fever-Tree Championships at Queens Tennis is the lead up tournament to one of the largest and most well-known Tennis Opens in the world, Wimbledon.

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BBC Biggest Weekend

The BBC Biggest Weekend was held on the second May Bank Holiday Weekend, the initiative taking place across four cities in the UK.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers & End of Season promotions Parade

The 2017/18 season was our very first season with the Wolverhampton Wanderers. A very successful one for ourselves and for the club as they were promoted to the Premiership going into the 2018/19 season!

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Burnley FC

Our Event Services arm provide the stewards responsible for ensuring crowd safety and providing customer services for spectators seated in the stadium.

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London Olympics

Stadium allocated 700 accredited staff to provide traffic management, stewarding and security services to 24 venues across North & East London including the Olympic village for the duration of the London Games.

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Liverpool FC

At Liverpool, we are responsible for Anfield Stadium’s traffic management operation and have supplied Liverpool FC with Traffic Management services since 2012, with average attendances of 54,000.

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Godiva Festival

Stadium was responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the site’s vehicle traffic flowing in to and out of the site via a one-way traffic management system.

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Glasgow Commonwealth Games

Stadium provided key security and crowd management services across 3 venues as an official supplier to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Stadium had a 3 month period between the award of contract and operations going live.

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