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Physical Security

 

SM&W recognized that in order to maintain the outstanding quality its clients have come to expect would require an experienced team to facilitate such a rendering. The Security Consulting Discipline represents over twenty years of such experience encompassing areas of security design for office high-rise facilities, international airports, resort hotels, hospital and healthcare facilities, major college campuses, convention centers, and governmental facilities. In addition, an established global network of systems manufacturers, integrators, and technology sources are immediately available for use in achieving the proper design, technology application, and security programs desired by the client.

Security in today’s world has become an integral part of the design and construction process. SM&W’s Security Discipline is staffed with professionals whose backgrounds represent over seventy years of experience within the security field.  This combination of experience is an important factor as with our carefully selected staff, the knowledge gained both prior and subsequent to world events have enabled our professional consultants and designers to incorporate both established security solutions as well as cutting edge integrations using the latest technology.

SM&W’s design approach provides clear goals and statements that define the objectives of the security program and associated security systems required as part of the integrated solution.  This approach enables our security program development to incorporate important concepts too often overlooked in the design process.  The information gathered is compiled from a variety of sources and includes, but is not limited to, definitions of the operational functions of a facility, organizational past history, demographics of the surrounding areas, verifiable and perceived vulnerabilities, and other impacts that the facility may have on its surroundings.  This is a key procedure that has a direct impact on the types of security recommended, the technology employed, and the budgetary impact of the security applications.

An effective security design balances common sense approaches with layered protective measures. It is based on evaluating risks and threats, establishing design parameters, and assessing how these will affect the building, personnel, and operations of the business.  We employ a range of approaches security assessments and master planning to the provision of technical designs utilizing access control and alarm management systems, intrusion detection, video security surveillance, and physical barriers.

 

American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter Offices and the Center for Architecture + Design

Location: San Francisco , California
Architect(s): Quezada Architecture, San Francisco

Las Vegas Convention Center

Location: Las Vegas , Nevada
Architect(s): HNTB

National Library of Latvia

Location: Riga ,
Architect(s): Gunnar Birkerts Architects, Inc.

Musical Instrument Museum

Location: Phoenix , Arizona
Architect(s): RSP Architects

The Borgata Hotel & North Expansion

Location: Atlantic City , New Jersey
Architect(s): Bower Lewis Thrower Architects

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center National Air and Space Museum

Location: Chantilly , Virginia
Architect(s): Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum

Princeton University Department of Public Safety Communications Center

Location: Princeton , New Jersey
Architect(s): Clark Caton Hintz Architects

Chickasaw Nation Carl Albert Indian Health Facility

Location: Ada , Okalahoma
Architect(s): PageSoutherlandPage

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Farms Research Campus

Location: Ashburn , Virginia
Architect(s): Rafael Viñoly Architects

Atlantic Health Jets Training Center

Location: Florham Park , New Jersey
Architect(s): Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

The Learning and Knowledge Center, Stanford University School of Medicine

Location: Stanford , California
Architect(s): NBBJ

Transbay Transit Center

Location: San Francisco , California
Architect(s): Pelli Clarke Pelli and Adamson and Associates

92Y Tribeca

Location: New York, NY ,
Architect(s): Kostow Greenwood Architects

The Regent Palms Resort

Location: Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Island ,
Architect(s): Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates; Architects 61 Pte, associate architect

Grand County Judicial Center

Location: Hot Sulphur Springs, CO ,
Architect(s): Andrews & Anderson

UCSF, Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building

Location: San Francisco, CA ,
Architect(s): Rafael Vinoly Architects

Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Complex

Location: Denver, CO ,
Architect(s): Fentress Architects

Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Building Modernization

Location: Denver, CO ,
Architect(s): Tryba Architects

Orange Regional Medical Center

Location: Wallkill, NY ,
Architect(s): HBE Corporation

Northern Westchester Hospital, Surgical Services Modernization

Location: Mount Kisco, NY ,
Architect(s): Perkins Eastman

San Diego Central Courthouse

Location: San Diego, CA ,
Architect(s): SOM

University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Location: Buffalo, NY ,
Architect(s): HOK

Case Western Reserve University Tinkham Veale University Center

Location: Cleveland, OH ,
Architect(s): Perkins + Will

Stony Brook University Medical and Research Translation Building (MART) and Bed Tower

Location: Stony Brook, NY ,
Architect(s): AECOM and Pelli Clarke Pelli

University of Minnesota, Science Teaching & Student Services Building

Location: Minnesota ,
Architect(s): Kohn Pederson Fox Architects

Teachers College’s Gottesman Library Learning Theater

Location: New York, NY ,
Architect(s): Shepley Bulfinch
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