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CORRECTIONS / JUSTICE Monitoring Security

Project Profile: Essex County Jail, New Jersey

Project: Security, Life Safety & Communications Design

Client: Essex County Improvement Authority

Scope of Work: Professional Systems Engineering, LLC provided design and engineering for cutting edge technologies for this newly constructed $416 million facility with a capacity to house more than 2,200 inmates. PSE prepared systems design and consulting services for the four-story, one million square foot facility.

The $11 million electronics award combined with $10 million in infrastructure and $11 million in detention hardware made this project one of the most impressive security designs of the late 1990’s.

Planning/Design

  • Correctional secuirity consulting
  • Planning and professional estimating services
  • Security and communications site planning
  • 2,800-bed correctional facility site security and communications master plan
  • Life safety analysis of cells for NFPA/UL approval
  • Detention control, security monitoring, door security monitoring, and fencing
  • CCTV surveillance including several digital systems

Communications

  • CCTV surveillance monitoring including several digital systems
  • Site MATV and CATV distribution
  • Communications including outside plant services
  • Wireless RF staff duress/panic alarm with emergency response
  • Telecommunications including all infrastructure layouts
  • Commissioning and close-out services
  • Planning for 75 touch control stations
  • Biometric access control
  • Combination biometric and digital video watch tour
Essex County Jail - Correctional Security
Security Monitoring
Detention, Jails, and Correctional Security Services
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