E-commerce giant eBay is planning to install security fencing around its Hamilton Avenue headquarters, The Mercury News reported, citing plans filed with San Jose’s planning and building department.
The retailing giant is considering the tube steel fencing – which is expected to be at least 7 feet tall – with both vehicular and pedestrian access gates, according to the plans. The fencing, equipped in places with panic hardware, would ring the perimeter of the campus and enclose employee courtyards.
In a statement, the company said that the project is part of its plans to provide a safe and secure workplace environment for employees.
Construction of the fencing is expected to begin in November and would be completed by early next year.