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ISC contracted to provide event security support at London’s Victorian Bath House

Integrated Security Consultants (ISC) has been awarded the contract to provide security services to one of the most fascinating, curious and exclusive new venues situated in the heart of London: the recently-opened Victorian Bath House.

Featuring a secluded Victorian Courtyard and many original features, much of the building is situated underground, including a Grade II-listed Bath House, yet it’s located on a busy street close to Liverpool Street Station.

ISC will provide assistance to the event teams at Camm & Hooper, the events space specialist.

The venue, which opened on 1 December last year, will accommodate up to 150 guests and be used for a wide variety of private and corporate events.

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ISC’s role will include providing corporate security officers for all events at the Victorian Bath House. The security team will offer a complete security service in a manner which befits this unique and special venue providing customer excellence.

Justine Shepherd, ISC’s head of operations, said: “We’re excited to be working at The Bath House. ISC will be providing discreet, professional and customer-focused solutions so that everyone involved, from the guests to the event teams and all the other members of staff have the best experience possible. As always, our aim is to keep things running smoothly and safely and to enhance the experience.”

ISC already provides services to two other iconic Camm & Hooper venues: the Banking Hall, situated in the City, which holds events for up to around 800 guests, and the Tanner Warehouse near London Bridge Station (host to a bar, restaurant and venue space).

The company also works on a range of corporate events at Wembley Stadium and provided the security support to hospitality events at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

“Every one of the venues is different, and each event is unique”, explained Shepherd. “We tailor our services accordingly, and will be developing and adapting our provision to ensure maximum customer service.”

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