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Southern California Logistics Airport Security Projects
Project Timeframe: 2013-2014
Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) selected Triad Consulting & System Design Group (Triad Consulting) to provide security design services to extend access control and video surveillance systems for the Fuel Farm and East Gates Automation projects.
Prior to these projects, Triad Consulting staff led consulting and design efforts to for SCLA’s Security Upgrade Project. The objectives of the project were to upgrade and enhance SCLA’s security to exceed FAA and TSA – 1542/44/46 compliance requirements for a Category III airport, provide a solid foundation for security operations, and insure that the designed security system has the flexibility and expandability to meet anticipated major airport growth in the future.
Tasks included the conduct of a comprehensive feasibility study and field surveys of existing systems followed by the engineering, design and production of construction documentation and CSI format specifications for perimeter protection, fencing, access control and alarm monitoring system, video surveillance system, AOA secure speed-gate entry & exit vehicle portals, and the creation of a Security Operations Center and Network Operations Center with uninterrupted power supply and associated emergency power back-up generator.
In addition to the elements mentioned above, a complete design created for a duct-bank infrastructure, and a new fiber-optic communications network for the transmission of security data, video, and communications systems supporting the eastern operational segment of the airport property. The communication network was designed with primary and redundant communications paths to prevent any single point of failure on the network.
Also, our project personnel provided construction oversight, chairing bi-weekly construction meetings, monitoring of project schedule and job progress, and conducting commissioning of the installed electronic security systems.