Security Project of the Year: Kansas Corrections Retrofit
January 2, 2018
As security projects go, correctional facilities present perhaps the most unique circumstances for systems integrators and their consultant and A&E partners. Not only are they subject to stringent timelines, tight budgets and state and federal oversight – but that them must also keep security systems up and running throughout the entire project.
So it was for Stanley Convergent Security Solutions sales engineer Mickey Wydick and his project team a they partnered with Mead & Hunt, a national firm offering planning, design, architecture and engineering services, in an extensive and broad-based retrofit of the Sedgwick County Adult Detention Facility – which, at 468,000 square feet and 1,200 beds, is the largest correctional facility in the state of Kansas.
The extensive project has been recognized by SD&I, Security Technology Executive magazine, SecurityInfoWaterch.com and SecuritySpecifiers.com for best security project of 2017.
READ MORE in SD&I Security Dealer & Integrator (flip to page 28)
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