The City-Wide Security Systems Assessment includes eighteen (18) sites within the City of Thornton, which were evaluated by SM&W. These locations included: Civic Center, Wes Brown Water Plant, Thornton Treatment Center, Margaret W. Carpenter Rec Center, Community Center, Senior Center, Thorncreek Golf Club, Thornton Arts & Cultural Center, Community Building, Community Pool, Park Village Pool, Infrastructure Maintenance Center, Municipal Service Center, and Fire Stations 1-5.
SM&W assessed the existing security systems utilized by the City of Thornton for each location. SM&W also review existing security standard operating procedures (SOP), as available by location. SM&W provided the City of Thornton with security products, industry trends, new technologies, system integrations, etc. which could be used to strengthen their physical security measures city-wide.
SM&W was responsible for field researching the existing equipment layouts, existing conduit and cabling routes, field device mounting surfaces and locations, and security equipment layouts. The goal of the assessment report allowed the City to use the documentation to move forward with security improvement planning and budgeting for future system upgrades, additions, and enhancement modifications.