Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Monday, December 1, 2003

Once again, Johnson Controls lands airport security job

MILWAUKEE - General Mitchell International Airport officials have awarded a $1.2 million security project to Johnson Controls, one of four bidders on the job.

The project includes implementing a card access control network, CCTV system and perimeter security, with the new system geared toward the 6,000 people who work at the airport.

Work is expected to be completed on the new system by spring of 2004. Johnson Controls beat out Siemens Building Technologies, ADT Security and Honeywell Corp. to win the airport project.

Johnson Controls has been hired by 16 airports over the past two years.
Drug firm picks Diversified for integrated installation

SADDLEBROOK, N.J. - Diversified Security Solutions announced that its subsidiary, Henry Bros. Electronics has been selected to install an enterprise security system for Longs Drugs.

The project is expected to generate $200,000 in revenues for Diversified.

The system will include CCTV, access control and badging in two warehouses, the company’s drug lab and corporate headquarters.
Greater Alarm’s golf event a hole in one

IRVINE, Calif. - Greater Alarm’s sixth annual Charity Golf Classic raised $30,000 for Child SHARE and Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, bringing the proceeds donated from this annual event to $217,000.

The tournament, held Sept. 26 at Strawberry Farms Golf Course, had a sports theme with celebrities Bruce Jenner, Jim Abbott, Vince Ferragamo and Kirk McCaskill participating in this year’s event.

Numerous security companies also sponsored the event, including ACS, Bosch Security Systems, Criticom, Edwards Systems Technology, Elan Home Systems, GE Industrial Systems, GE Interlogix, Genesis Cable, HID Corp., Honeywell, Walters Wholesale Electric and Wheelock.