Security Camera Upgrades


Overview:

The project will take the existing multiple security camera systems currently used throughout the District and replace them with a single integrated Districtwide, internet protocol (IP) based security camera system. Existing analog cameras on every campus, including the District Office, will be removed and replaced with high definition cameras, along with the infrastructure needed to support them. These high definition cameras are capable of capturing quality daytime and nighttime footage. New cameras will be placed in locations that were previously difficult to monitor. Camera footage will be streamed real-time to a Command Center at the District Office; permissions-based management could also offer local law enforcement, security monitoring and patrol staff access to streamed footage. Every ESUHSD site will be affected by this project. Installation will occur at multiple sites simultaneously.

Phase

–Site –Scheduled Construction Completion Date

1

Calero, Education Center March 2016

2

–Andrew P. Hill, Evergreen Valley, Independence, Yerba Buena July 2016

3

–Mt. Pleasant, Piedmont Hills, William C. Overfelt, Overfelt Adult Center, James Lick August 2016

4

Foothill, Independence Adult Center, Silver Creek, Santa Teresa, Oak Grove –October 2016

Project Budget:   $9.3M

Occupancy / Beneficial Use:  October 2016

Business Partners:

Engineer of Record:  The Consulting Group

Construction Manager:   Swinerton Management & Consulting

Michael Stroud, 415.517.8970, mstroud@swinerton.com

Contractor:  G4S Technology LLC

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