Port of Oakland Maritime Terminals
In the aftermath of September 11, the Port of Oakland Maritime Terminals received the first federal government grant in the country to implement security enhancements at the Port’s marine terminal facility. TEECOM was hired to provide security systems engineering for 11 terminals, including a CCTV Monitoring System, an access control and alarm monitoring system, an intercom system, turnstiles and gates, an intrusion detection system, electrical requirements (power and conduit), and fiber cabling requirements.
TEECOM delivered construction documents on time. The newly designed system integrates with independent existing systems; meets interoperability requirements with terminal operators, PMA, GSA, and TSA; and fulfills the TSA grant requirements for Perimeter CCTV Surveillance and Intrusion Detections System and for the Automated Pedestrian Access Control System.
Benefit to the Client
All of the designs were engineered to meet TSA, GSA, and Coast Guard Regulations, including USCG requirements for marine terminals and smart card system standards (GSC-IS version 2.1), and fulfill approved U.S. Government Grant proposal requirements for the Perimeter CCTV Surveillance and Intrusion Detections System, and for the Automated Pedestrian Access Control System.
CCTV Monitoring System; Access Control and Alarm Monitoring System; Intercom System; Turnstiles and Gates; Intrusion Detection System; Electrical Requirements (Power and Conduit); Fiber Cabling Requirements