Building Security Systems
A comprehensive security program starts with analyzing site selection, facility program, and design aesthetics, to implementation of electronic measures, while establishing systems designs that meet the security industry’s best practices.
- SECURITY PLANNING
Assessment and planning are the foundation for any security program. By understanding the facility threats and risks, comprehensive mitigation strategies are developed to reduce liability. Services include security master planning, technology migration planning, analog to digital conversion, and security budgeting, all key to any comprehensive and cohesive security program.
- SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (SMS)
Electronic security systems, such as Access Control System (ACS), Video Management System (VMS), and Intrusion Detection System (IDS), designed as integrated and operated on a single network that is scalable, allowing for project phasing and future growth.
- CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (CPTED)
A multidisciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design, CPTED encompasses a set of best practices that include creating physical environments that reduce the potential for criminal behavior and increase the likelihood of observation. These planned environments create the feeling of safety by mitigating criminal opportunity.
Certified by the Texas Department of Public Safety, Security Consulting License B19348