Historic Civic Center Moves into a High-Tech Future

September 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2009 Supplement, p18
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The article discusses the design and construction of a civic center in Richmond, California. The city partnered with Charles Pankow Builders Ltd. as the builder and SafirRosetti, for program management services. Steve Duran, community and economic development director of the city, states that the design/build project allows them to make a number of design decisions while moving along. Phone, data, and cameras located throughout the city is in support of the infrastructure.


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