e-permits finds a natural home in Canary Wharf having been conceived there in 2002 during a
major construction project.
Having seen how e-permits controls contractor activity at their Head Office (8 Canada Square), HSBC extended the scope of e-permits to encompass their critical buildings in the UK.
80 Strand, formerly Shell-Mex House, is the latest London landmark to use e-permits to control contractor activity and ensure the safety of the engineers and its occupiers.
J.P. Morgan introduced e-permits at its busy headquarters at 25 Bank Street on Canary Wharf, to tighten control of contractors and reduce risks.
Banyard Solutions' e-permits system has managed permits-to-work across Morgan Stanley's property portfolio since 2005.
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