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Corps Security re-appointed by Royal Opera House

by Andy Clutton

London’s Royal Opera House has re-appointed Corps Security to deliver security services at its Covent Garden site. The renewed partnership will see Corps continue to develop the security offering on site, introducing new roles and training technologies.

Corps will provide a range of security service lines including an estate of dedicated full-time and support operatives – comprising a head of security, security operations manager, front of house personnel, control room staff, duty shift managers, patrolling and fire officers, and loading bay staff – will be on site.

Corps personnel will continue to be part of the journey for all visitors to the Royal Opera House. They will meet and greet artists and contractors at the stage door and perform vital operations for the Royal Opera House. Part of this involves working alongside the in-house visitor experience teams to provide a seamless, joined up customer service offer for staff, artists, and members of the public.

The renewed relationship, which begins on 1st September, is set to run for an initial three-year term with the potential for extensions to reach a combined seven-year partnership.

Gabriela Gandolfini, Head of Visitor Services and Site Operations at the Royal Opera House, comments: “We are delighted that Corps, our current security services partner, has successfully retained the contract for security and stage door services following a rigorous tender process. We are looking forward to continuing to work with Corps over the coming years.”

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