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BMX National Headquarters (Tulsa, Oklahoma) - New Fire Alarm & Structured Cabling
Adept Staff on this project included a NICET Level IV Fire Alarm and Life Safety Technology Engineer, as well as a BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), amongst several other qualified leadership and years of industry field technician experience.
Bureau of Indian Affairs (Anadarko, OK) Physical Access Control & Security Upgrades
The contract also included the design and installation of a complete replacement fire alarm system and intrusion detection. The team was commissioned to upgrade a combination fire and security alarm that was over 15 years old, having issues with false alarms due to the age, parts, and devices being no longer available. A new security alarm/ intrusion detection system was installed in accordance with the requirements of UL 681 Installation and Classification of Burglar and Hold Up Alarm Systems. Our team designed the system, procured all materials, and installed and tested the system which provided a fully functional security alarm system with 24/7 security monitoring services to include call-outs to Government personnel, local law enforcement, BIA Police, and emergency personnel if/when needed. The fire alarm portion of the project was overseen by our in-house NICET IV technician.
In addition to Adept Patriot Services’ expert design teams and globally recognized board-certified technicians for the project, Adept Patriot Services partnered with Citizen Contracting Group to assist in project management, procurement, and administration/close out services, to ensure the team’s efficacy and successful completion.
2nd Dental Battalion Replacement Dental Clinic (Camp Lejeune, NC) - Initial Outfitting Transitioning
As the Communication Systems Engineer, Adept’s responsibility in the project included designing, installing, and commissioning physical security/access control; force protection, intrusion detection, and duress systems; entertainment and training television systems; closed-circuit television/video surveillance; televisions; computer installations and network assistance during outfitting, network LAN equipment and uninterruptable power supplies; fax machines; printers; telephone systems; video teleconferencing system; integrated audio/video systems; displays installation; patient education broadcasting system; and sound reinforcement.
All work performed in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements, Secure Technology Alliance standards, NFPA, NEC, NICET, and BICSI Best Practices, as well as with the DOD standards and regulations, NEC, NESC, IEEE, ANSI/TIA family of Commercial wiring standards (568-C, 569-B, 606-A, J-STD 607-A, 862 BAS).
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam – Fuel Storage
All work performed in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements and BICSI Best Practices, as well as with the I3A DoD Design Guide, NEC, NESC, IEEE, ANSI/TIA family of Commercial wiring standards (568-C, 569-B, 606-A, J-STD 607-A, 862 BAS).
VA Health Care System of The Ozarks (Fayetteville, AR) – Video Surveillance Upgrades
Adept Patriot Services provided new Video Management Software, Video Archivers, and Software Maintenance Services. Adept Patriot Services insured compatibility of existing hardware, firmware, and network addresses to insure minimal down time during the installation cutover and replacement of the existing system. Careful scheduling was coordinated with campus staff and campus police to perform the cutover during window of time with the least active patient care.
Adept Patriot Services assigned a project team of key personnel for the project. Adept Patriot Services successfully deployed the new Video Surveillance System and Software without any disruption to Campus Security.
All work performed in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements and BICSI Best Practices, as well as with the VA Office of Construction Management Design Guide, NEC, NESC, IEEE, ANSI/TIA family of Commercial wiring standards (568-C, 569-B, 606-A, J-STD 607-A, 862 BAS).
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Atlantic City International Airport – Radio Communication Upgrades
Adept Patriot Services provided new specialty components to the Atlantic City International Airport to upgrade radio communication points across the facilities and airfield. Adept Patriot Services coordinated availability of sole sourced products with limited raw material availability to meet installation timelines of facility personnel.
Personnel Project Past Performance
VAMC Intelligent Rekeying Services
Developed an Electronic Security Systems and Locksmith Services program, which led to successful pursuit of Intelligent Rekeying Services for Canandaigua VAMC in New York, West Palm Beach VAMC in Florida, Salt Lake City VAMC in Utah, Augusta VAMC in Georgia, Waco VA Clinic in Texas, and most recently the VA Northern California Healthcare System. Adept executive leadership, Robert Renfrow, CET, PMP, directly laid the foundation for these projects, writing the implementation guides, training the project management team, and was certified side-by-side with the installation team in both Medeco XT and Medeco CLIQ. Under Robert’s guidance, those team members were successful in bringing the Canandaigua VAMC and West Palm Beach VAMC rekeys to completion, and are working to wrap up Augusta, Salt Lake City, and Waco VA rekey, and are just beginning with the VA Northern California project.
Veteran’s Hospital Life Safety Upgrades, Oklahoma City, OK
Veteran’s Hospital Life Safety Upgrades, Oklahoma City, OK Worked with the VA Engineering and IT Departments to develop a network based communication system for the newly designed, installed, and implemented Fire Detection and Life Safety System. Developed drawings detailing the OM2 fiber optic network being deployed with detailed routes, fiber optic switch locations, aggregate switch needs, and hardware distribution points for a functional and reliable network required to operate the distributed Life Safety System. Developed IT systems recommendations based on National Electric Code (NEC), industry standards, such as ANSI/TIA/EIA, BICSI, NFPA, and manufacturer recommended best practices. Managed work effort and supervised installation in accordance with work plans and performance requirements.
Lackland AFB Ambulatory Care Center, Lackland AFB, TX
Life Safety Systems including a Network Base Physical Access (Access Control) System, Network Based Burg Intrusion Alarming for Specific Points of Interest, Network Based Panic Alarms through-out medical facility,
and White Noise Sound Masking. Reviewed the Corp of Engineers’ Design Drawings, conducted Owner’s Rep meetings for occupant needs above and beyond, and communicated infrastructure needs effectively to the General Contractor to develop network based systems to minimize power requirements, to minimize the foot print and amount of cabling installed in the building, and to maximize productivity with the installation to meet the challenging installation schedule. Developed drawings detailing the system layouts being deployed for
coordination of communications pathways, device programming information, final locations, and installation discrepancies to be corrected. Developed value engineered proposals for system comparisons of Burg and Panic Systems along with alternate hardware for owner review based on National Electric Code (NEC), industry standards. Managed work effort and supervised installation in accordance with work plans and performance requirements.
OSAN AB Ambulatory Care Center, OSAN, South Korea
Asset Protection Systems including a Network Base Video Surveillance System (CCTV) System, and Speech Privacy (Sound Masking) System. Reviewed the Solicitation Design Narratives, provided design/build services, conducted Owner’s Rep meetings for occupant needs above and beyond, and communicated infrastructure needs effectively to the General Contractor to develop network based systems to minimize power requirements, to minimize the foot print and amount of cabling installed in the building, and to maximize productivity with the installation to meet the challenging installation schedule. Developed drawings detailing the system layouts being deployed for coordination of communications pathways, device programming information, final locations, and installation discrepancies to be corrected. Managed work effort and supervised installation in accordance with work plans and performance requirements.
Adept Patriot Services continues to pursue its’ mission in leading the low voltage systems industry, by providing smart and cost-effective solutions for its’ commercial and government customers abroad. Find out more about some of Adept Patriot Services’ most recent Contract Awards below, to see where Adept Patriot Services is headed next.
Department of Veterans Affairs (Waco, TX) - Upgrade Fire Alarm Campus-Wide
Adept Patriot Services’ project, to take place at the CTX VA Medical Center, is no small task, requiring the replacement of the existing fire alarm system with a new smart-design fire alarm system, spanning 23 buildings. At all times, the buildings will remain occupied, requiring Adept Patriot Services to exercise diligence, ensuring systems remain operational throughout the transition, to maintain a critical life safety environment. Adept Patriot Services’ personnel selected for this large-scale fire alarm replacement includes NICET IV and NICET II fire alarm safety engineers, technicians, and experts with several years of experience, and additional qualifications including RCDD (overseeing the fiber optic backbone design and connectivity) and a Project Management Professional (PMP). Personnel on this experienced team recently concluded a similar campus-wide fire alarm upgrade at the VA Medical Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Adept Patriot Services anticipates remaining in Waco, Texas, for approximately one year for project completion.
DoD – Department of the Air Force (Nellis AFB, NV) – Upgrade Fire Alarm System
With an urgent need for fire alarm system replacement in one of Nellis’ on-base facilities, Adept’s fire alarm experts will soon be on their way to Las Vegas. Adept Patriot Services will be responsible for the demolition of an existing Harrington Fire Alarm/Mass Notification System, replacing it with a new addressable/voice evacuation system manufactured by Monaco. This project is a single-building, fast-paced replacement, with turn-over to the Air Force of a fully operational, tested, and commissioned system expected to conclude within approximately 30 days of commencement.
DoD – Department of the Air Force (Creech AFB, NV) – New Fiber Optic Cabling System
Adept Patriot Services will soon begin the engineering and design phase of the fiber optic cabling system project before sending personnel onsite to Nevada, to commence the installation. The fiber cable runs will consist of approximately 14,000 feet of new fiber optic cable. Upon completion of installation, Adept’s team will test and commission the system for the Air Force’s acceptance. This project is anticipated to take approximately 3 months to complete. Adept’s key personnel selected for this project includes experienced cabling technicians, a project management professional (PMP), and our in-house expert in cabling design and distribution, who holds a board-certified RCDD certification. Adept Patriot Services is excited to win this award, in continued pursuit of our own mission to support the military community and military personnel.
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