For several years, the city of Houthalen-Helchteren, with a population of 30,000, has been looking for a solution for its highly decentralised way of working. Services were divided over different buildings and locations, which was disruptive for the mutual cooperation. That is why a new town hall was built on the site of the former coal mine: the New Administrative Centre or NAC. In addition to the town hall, the OCMW, the police station and the library are also housed there.
For the security of the NAC they have chosen for our access control solutions. These are integrated with time & attendance and camera surveillance, which ensures a simple and central management. In total, we have secured approximately 200 doors ranging from secure exterior doors, via access doors to the back office and police rooms, to cabinet doors behind which sensitive information is stored.