<img src="https://secure.leadforensics.com/85310.png" alt="" style="display:none;">
Skip to content

Specially developed

Our complete end-to-end solution helps construction site teams optimally manage their workforce and site operations.




Customer Success Stories

Browse our case studies from some of the leading construction contractors in the UK.



London 2012 Olympic Park

MSite Solutions: Access & Attendance and Online Inductions 

Duration: 4 years

Value: £11 billion

MSite alongside Reliance High Tech were awarded the contract to supply and manage the secure biometric access to the Olympic park for all construction workers.  The 4 year project required a total of 75 MSite Access Control POD's to manage the site access of the 102,000 strong construction workforce. 


"MSite gave us a high level of confidence for both the secure access of the employees onto the Olympic Park construction site and also the reporting information that can be obtained as a result"

The Challenge:

The project required both the quick installation of the solution across all points for both workers and vehicles with minimal disruption, plus the need to manage and person the enrolment and training for the existing 15,000 workers. This would be required across a continually changing environment as construction works were completed and new locations added. The nature of the project also meant that once live, the solution would require 24/7 support, with on-site engineering presence to ensure minimum disruption in the event of system failure.

The Solution:

In order to quickly enrol a large number of workers, Human Recognition Systems organised a mobile enrolment stations to perform the initial enrolment of the 15,000 workers, plus set up a full enrolment capability, such that the biometric and system enrolment took place seamlessly as part of the full worker induction. This included the integration into the existing workforce management solution to provide worker and reporting information.

The biometric access control system combined both hand geometry and iris recognition templates saved onto smartcards, using secure Desfire encryption, which was the first time iris and hand biometrics have been fused onto a single smartcard. The access was then enabled through high-throughput containers with 6 turnstiles  per container, located at key access points around the 17km site. The same solution was used to provide access control to the main internal buildings around the site.

The system was further rolled out to link with the Athletes Village mid-way through the project with only configuration updates required to the centralised solution, plus further additions and enhancements were added as the project developed.

MSite was successfully deployed until the commencement of Games with over 80,000 workers enrolled during this time. The system deployed has since become the footprint for many large projects, including the integration of the access solution with the target zero accident and Health and Safety initiatives.

The system was subsequently rolled out on other Olympic Park projects with BAM, Careys and Balfour Beatty, utilising much of the original equipment in the spirit of maximising the Olympic Legacy.