Half of the battle against aggressors is pre-planning. Establishing a comprehensive security system before an attack takes place ensures that staff and police are prepared for almost any eventuality. However, constructing or modifying an area to be highly secure without looking like a fortress is a challenge every architect faces, especially in locales where looks mean everything.
Designing a secure location can be a challenge, but having to do so in the midst of a bustling metropolis poses even bigger issues. Along with needing to keep the building and its occupants safe from vehicular and personal intrusion, architects will also have to keep the local population in mind.
Unmanned parking garages are becoming a staple in larger cities. As companies take advantage of remote security and automated egress systems, the need for a large on-site security force for these enclosed structures seems to be diminishing. But a recent rise in attacks has led some companies to rethink this model. By adding additional security measures and a physical security presence, these areas can become much safer for foot and vehicular traffic.
The security bollard is an effective & cost-efficient way to regulate traffic flow & prevent vehicular egress. Permanent bollards designed for ongoing protection or temporary structures meant as a placeholder. However, what is meant to be temporary can become permanent solution to a problem that has long since passed.
Petrochemical facilities produce & supply energy for much of the world, and create base materials for many of the products used today. Bollards help ensure the security, safety and uninterrupted operations of these facilities that are paramount for smooth running society. Bollards provide a critical link in the protection of the petrochemical industry.
The wedge barricades manufactured by Delta Scientific Corporation are perfectly suited for tight spaces that require rapid emergency defense operation capable of stopping and destroying attacking vehicles.