Security and Access Control Improvements

St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, Clearwater, FL

Cost $3.2M

Project Description

The project consisted of replacement of the physical access control system and the video surveillance system. Additional design work included replacement of six access control gates on the airfield and sections of the perimeter security fencing. The Airport Badging Office was also completely renovated and the testing center was upgraded for online processing. The security system improvements were provided to meet the current TSA and DHS standards for airports. Construction Safety and Phasing Plans were provided for contractor storage, staging, security, and maintaining airport operations.

Project Highlights

  • Electrical
    • Power distribution to support the security systems design
    • Emergency power
    • Interior lighting
  • Access Control
    • Demolition plans and new PACS arrangement incorporating new card readers
    • DIB’s
    • Processors
    • Network communications
    • IDF components
    • PACS headend equipment
  • Video Surveillance
    • Demolition plans and new VSS system configuration including security cameras
    • Network communications
    • IDF components
    • Power supplies
    • VSS headend equipment