JNC provides the full range of fencing and security services needed to supply and install security fencing, as well as your other physical security requirements. JNC utilises a project management-based process to initiate, plan, implement, close and review fencing and physical security projects. We provide an inclusive service to deliver all our clients security requirements and related services and co-ordinate the installations in conjunction with other strategic partners working on the site.

Our work is completed on time, to the highest quality standards, and at the agreed price. Services include (though aren’t limited to) interpreting specifications and developing the design and installation process, to providing costing and quotes to clients on time for inclusion in your tenders and proposals and procuring quality materials through our supplier network and strategic partners. JNC has successfully delivered complex, large-scale projects in both local and remote locations. JNC is committed to completing projects that satisfy the requirements and expectations of our clients,  business associates and the wider community through timely performance, cost efficiency, attention to detail, quality and a commitment to the environment.

We offer premium products for all your physical security needs

With a strong commitment to delivering an exceptional service aligned with health, safety and quality management, JNC offers clients a reliable, efficient and innovative approach. Our security services include:

  • Building and site access control
  • Video surveillance
  • Visitor and credential management
  • Intrusion mitigation
  • Biometric authentication
  • Security systems integration
  • Physical Security Integration/Information
  • Management and Systems

What we do


PSIM’s can integrate the physical and IT world. Our platform unifies physical security and cybersecurity system. A key reason for the increased deployment of this technology has been its ability to bridge the gap between the security and information technology functions within organisations. Security applications and devices have until very recently, been only available on proprietary technologies, which reduce the ability to use multiple vendors.. This opposes IT standards, where plug and play technology has allowed a greater choice of hardware and has helped reduce hardware costs. PSIM enables a greater degree of this type of interoperability and comes at a time when security applications and devices are moving from analogue to network-based connectivity


Data correlation from all connected system enables operators to follow pre-configured step by step action plan when a critical situation occurs. PSIM solutions manage all of the data produced by the various security applications (where the security application manufacturers API or SDK allows) and aggregates them to produce meaningful intelligence. This in turn is converted to create graphical situation management content; combining relevant visual intelligence, workflow based on on-screen guidance and automated tasks. This is used for both event management and for day to day security operations.

Facility Management utilising PSIM/PSIIM

Utilising Physical Security Integration/Information Management Systems (PSIIM). Building management system (BMS), otherwise known as a building automation system (BAS), is a computer-based control system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems. PSIM can integrate with a BMS typically using protocols such as C-Bus, Modbus and BACnet.

Maintenance and inspections

Every part of a building, including installed machinery such as HVAC systems, must be maintained and scheduled for routine maintenance by the facility management team. Some facilities contain countless elements that need regular maintenance, establishing and following strict maintenance schedules helps to ensure that all moving and permanent parts of the facility stay up-to-date and working well into the future. Along with general maintenance, inspections are also something that facility management teams must always be ready for.

They can prepare the business by conducting internal inspections, as needed, for the many formal regulatory inspections they might encounter annually. Of course, the team must also take into account any time the facility undergoes a major change in hardware, level of inventory, or capacity – and, they must also keep their eyes on all changes in laws that could affect their current procedures. JNC can install suitable systems that will monitor your sub-systems for health with the aid of sensors and report any equipment health issues back to the nominated person for action and help prevent lengthy and expensive down times.

Neutral and truly open architecture and communication protocols

Open architecture PSIM is independent from the systems that it integrates with. The end client is thus free to choose their preferred hardware brands. PSIM’s use open communications protocols. These standard market protocols include: Onvif®, SIP, SNMP, BACnet™, Modbus, OPC™, KNX. PSIM Integrated development environment allows for individual customisation.


Manage alarms of all the installed systems in real-time in a single window. PSIM analyses and correlates the data, events, and alarms, to identify the real situations and their priority.

Video walls

Proprietary Video Management Systems are unified and present on the same wall. A video wall is a special multi-monitor setup that consists of multiple computer monitors, video projectors, or television sets tiled together contiguously or overlapped in order to form one large screen. Easy to use drag and drop camera icons to display video on the video wall.


Manage components and sub-systems maintenance reminders. Maintenance schedules can be set within PSIM and alarm events on system failures can be sent to specified team members for investigation and remediation.


Safety is the facility owner/occupier’s first concern to ensure duty of care for all employees and customers occupying or visiting the property. This responsibility spans all possible environmental health and safety issues, and fire, for example, is usually right at the top of the radar for facility managers because it’s a preventable, when prepared for sufficiently and will save lives.

A thorough facility management team can protect its company best by guaranteeing that all parts of the facility are up-to-code, its employees are trained well, and all permits and certificates are valid. This function entails everything from safe and efficient lighting to flooring choices. JNC Group and our strategic partners can provide tailored advice and solutions for whatever your safety policy requires.

Business continuity is planning

The business continuity planning is part of leading an effective facility management function means planning for ‘worst case’ scenarios. This means that the facility management team must agree with senior management to come up with a plan for disaster recovery and help mitigate against expensive operational shut-downs or loss of business working hours.  JNC can advise on suitable partners to help with Business  Risk and Continuity planning as part of our comprehensive service packages.


Each operator can get their own personalised graphic user interface according to their roles. PSIM’s supports a wide variety of image formats (AutoCad, PNG) which allows an ergonomic and intuitive use.

Geolocation Mapping

Quickly geolocate a camera close to an event with multi-layer maps (OpenStreetMap, GIS etc). A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage, and present spatial or geographic data. GIS applications are tools that allow users to create interactive queries (user-created searches), analyse spatial information, edit data in maps, and present the results of all these operations.


Create statistics reports on device status and usage. Device management independent software collects data from any number of disparate security devices or systems.


Second only to safety is the facility security, yet another important piece in which the facility management team must be able to fit into the puzzle. Though larger companies or ones with particularly high-end value inventory or equipment might make the wise choice to outsource its security needs in the form of a private firm, it’s still the role of the facility manager to ensure that the firm performs competently.

Technology advancements such as  biometrics identity authentication and wearable devices for video evidence collation or lone worker attack/protection make it possible to maintain strict access control for high-security areas. It is up to facility managers to stay abreast of these developments and make smart security technology investments. In addition to general safety, it’s also important that the facility management team has the technological know-how to safeguard and maintain its priciest hardware. This role is a key one as it doubly affirms that assets are protected just as closely as the safety of employees or visitors. JNC can help you with your facility security needs and advise on suitable technology and technology providers to meet your duty of care needs and protect all people or property on site.