municipal infrastructure security trends

Trends in Municipal Infrastructure Security

Municipal Buildings

There’s increased interest in municipal infrastructure security—especially for higher-security bullet resistant barrier systems in municipal and local government offices. This is especially the case along the southern border, in Texas, Arizona, and Southern California. Is this a sign of sinister anti-government trends along the border?  Are we in the midst …


Courthouse security guidelines from the The Administrative Office for U.S. Courts include recommendations for bulletproof doors and windows

Hardening Security for Courthouse Buildings

Municipal Buildings

Several states recently boosted their courthouse security measures for the first time in years – some in response to serious breaches.  Others are making upgrades just to stay ahead of the game. Either way, administrators recognize the critical need to protect citizens, employees, judges, and defendants in what can often …


Clark Energy Winchester

Peace-of-Mind for Rural Utility Offices

Bullet Resistant Barriers, Municipal Buildings

Many utility companies and service providers worry that added security will both bog down business and give the customers the impression that workers are trying to separate themselves from their clientele. Many companies do not realize that bullet resistant barrier systems have come a long way in term of design and aesthetics that allow them to blend seamlessly into the existing work environment.


White House Security

Securing the White House

Municipal Buildings

Since construction completed on the White House in 1800, architectural renovations have been ongoing, from major construction projects such as the East and West Wings to less structural improvements such as the addition of a single-lane bowling alley or solar panels on the roof. While many of these renovations were …