Court of first instance Aruba
The monumental Court in First Instance on Aruba was in urgent need of renovation and extension. The government of Aruba signed the agreement with Croon Caribe for the security of the local Courthouse on 20 June 2013.
The Court was temporarily located in another building; in 2013 the Court returned to its home base as quickly as possible. This requires a sound security. After public tendering, which drew some ten companies, Croon Caribe was selected for the installation of CCTV, access control, the intercom and sound systems, public address, data and voice systems, FM200 and the burglar alarm.
Short realization time
Croon Caribe assembled about 25,000 metres of data and telephone cable, seventy cameras and access control for ninety doors. “Croon Caribe was selected because we have the capacity to complete this extensive order successfully and in a short period of time”, says Wim Hoenink of Croon Caribe. “We took the utmost care and we respected the new construction as well as the monumental part of the building. The Court in First Instance requires, and is entitled to, a safe and well-equipped working environment.