The tunnels, part of a system used to supply the heating and cooling for a large number of government buildings in the Washington, DC area, were built in the 1930s and required significant upgrades to meet today’s standards.
Washington’s first general federal office building, the Ford House, was constructed in the heart of the nation’s capital in 1939 and in need of security updates.
As one of Israel’s most important artillery training and housing centers, the Israeli Defense Force uses the artillery base to operate its medium and long-range artillery network.
Two of the Capitol's most attractive and useful buildings required improvements to enhance security perimeters.
Two of the world’s largest transportation hubs, John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia International Airports collectively connect over 100 million air travelers to their destinations each year, and up-to-date security measures are vital to such important facilities.
Aesthetically beautiful and enjoyed by many, Washington DC’s Upper Senate Park sits directly across from the northern and western sides of the Russell Senate Office Building and north of the US Capitol Building.
Passenger Terminal B is one of Newark Liberty International Airport’s most busy and significant terminals. Over four million passengers and twenty international carriers utilize its services, contributing to EWR’s status as the tenth busiest airport in the US and the nation’s fifth busiest international air gateway.