Croma Vigilant, The Ex-Military Security Professionals, have been awarded a three-year contract to provide security guarding services to the National Army Museum. The contract will see Croma Vigilant manage control room operations and provide manned guarding and key holding at two sites; the National Army Museum in Chelsea and the National Army Museum Store at Stevenage.
The National Army Museum is a leading modern museum with a strong reputation for high quality displays, teaching and research. In addition to galleries telling the story of the British Army, a comprehensive library allows academic research into many aspects of land warfare. A fully equipped conference centre provides the setting for lectures and presentations on military subjects. Over 250,000 visitors were hosted by the Museum in 2013/14 and by 2020, the Museum will host 400,000 visitors.
Paul Williamson, Operations Director said:
‘We bid in a highly competitive tender to win this business and we are extremely proud to have been selected by the National Army Museum as their security partner. This win comes on the back of a successful end to 2016 and is further recognition of the quality standards we deliver. We operate in an industry that often suffers from poor quality in service delivery, but our business model ensures consistently high standards for our clients. As the Ex-Military Security Professionals, we are well placed and fully aligned with the values and aspirations of the National Army Museum.’