Atalian Servest Security Services Limited


Vicon House, 2 Western Way, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. IP33 3SP


0800 614678

Email Address

[email protected]


Who are we?

Atalian Servest Security Services approach is based upon a ‘risk’ based, customer focused model, ensuring an adequate level of resilience is implemented to safeguard all assets, whilst focusing upon delivering an enhanced customer experience at all times.

Our service delivery is fully supported by a Cat registered ARC, purpose built Planning and Communication Centre (PCC) based at our Head Office in Bury St Edmunds.

Atalian Servest operates within three core sectors namely, corporate, retail and distribution, and major projects and infrastructure delivering services across the UK, and is able to fully self-deliver all security services within the buying chain.

Atalian Servest’s Electronic Systems division is able to offer all aspects of new installations commissioning and servicing within security and fire.

A fleet of mobile welfare vehicles is available to ensure even the remotest of areas have the security coverage they require and meet the standards set by legislation. Atalian Servest has also developed their own eco-mobile welfare vehicle that won the Security excellence award for environmental initiative of the year.

Another great achievement was winning the ROSPA Occupational Health and Safety awards for each of the last three years


RoSPA, Approved Contractor Status, SSAIB, ISO 9001, ISO 14001,OHSAS 18001.



Services offered

Manned Guarding, Electronic Security Systems, Fire, Front of House/Concierge, Mobile Welfare, Mobile Patrols & Keyholding, Screening & Vetting Solutions, Electronic Remote Monitoring,Patrols, Monitoring and Response Services, Training, Safety Management Software, Rapid Deployment Systems, Rapid Deployment Fire Systems.

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