- FIRM PROFILE
Security, communications, audio-visual, and fire alarm systems for the combined FORSCOM/United States Army Reserve Headquarters, a complex including a Command Headquarters Building, an Installation Processing Node, Directorate of Information Management Administrative Building, a Disaster Recovery Center, and an energy plant. These facilities house command suites, classified meeting/videoconferencing areas, special staff areas, directorate general officer suites, a SCIF facility with videoconferencing, a FORSCOM Operations Center, map/drawing storage, a classified message center, an information network operations center, a theatre, classified and unclassified meeting rooms, a law library, and open office space. All buildings have a raised floor system. This facility meets applicable UFC4-010-01 DOD minimum antiterrorism standards for buildings.
Audio-visual systems including video walls with extensive video switching and audio routing.
Outside plant fiber optic cable distribution for redundantly fed unclassified networks serving the FORSCOM Headquarters, the Installation Processing Node, the Network Enterprise Center and the Disaster Recovery Center. Fiber core POP for classified networks and fiber optic distribution design was also provided to support base connectivity.
Security systems including networked access control, IP based video surveillance, and security communications for the combined FORSCOM/United States Army Reserve Headquarters, a complex including a Command Headquarters Building, an Installation Processing Node, Directorate of Information Management Administrative Building, a Disaster Recovery Center, an energy plant, and a remote disaster recovery center. The two sites are configured in a fully integrated redundant security system to allow continued operation and monitoring in the event of a server failure at either site. A central security monitoring center is located in the headquarters building. All network based security systems are DIACAP certified, in compliance with the government’s network security requirements. Entrances at the headquarters building are controlled by optical turnstile systems to prevent tailgating and piggybacking. Each site is equipped with operable vehicle barriers controlled by the access control system at all vehicle entrances. The disaster recovery site also features a perimeter fence disturbance detection system. This facility meets applicable UFC4-010-01 DOD minimum antiterrorism standards for buildings.
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