Logistics Site Security Planning and Criteria Coordination

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Achieving the correct level of protection against project site-based threats may be costly and highly dependent on the nature of the protected structure or your colleagues and the threat against which they require protection.


Determining what is required is a matter of managing perceived risks.


Champion’s preconstruction services can assist by providing a site assessment that will present a set of recommended countermeasures and systems that may be priced and presented to the Owner in a priority order so that selections may be made of those recommendations that are prudent, cost effective, and will protect your project.


As a member of your project team, Champion as an extension of your staff, can address current industry standards to help propose a balanced approach to security, considering cost effectiveness and maintaining access to the public as much as possible. Prudent, rather than excessive security measures are appropriate in facilities owned by and serving the public.

   Project Programming Phase

1)    Establish baseline project security framework by categories:


                               Personnel Security

                               Physical Security

                               Information Security

                               Education, Training, Commissioning

                               Security Management, Oversight, and Planning

2)     Definitions established to serve as guidelines for each of the above 
3)     Brief assessment of current physical protection and technology on site
4)     Review and study current security implementation on similar “National
        Treasure”  Landmark projects
5)     Review Federal regulations and current Coast Guard policies in effect for
        waterfront facilities
6)     Locate Command Center and “other” Agency Interface Requirements


Scope Development Phase

Champion will assist you defining various local government and agency requirements by the following unique categories:


1)      Physical Security for Construction Project

  • Identification of Physical Security Equipment
  • Define personnel and operating costs for protective forces
  • Physical Security for Personnel
  • Instrusion Detection and Assessment
  • Barriers/ Controls
  • Vital Components and Tamper-Safe Monitoring
  • Access Controls/ Badging program
  • Visitor Access Control
  • Secure Construction logistics planning



2)      Information Security

  • Define Classification Management
  • Electronic Security/ Information Technology Systems
  • Construction Document security plans
  • Communications Security
  • SBU Management


3)      Professional Training, Education, Awareness Planning


4)      Security Management

  • Planning Procedures and Actions to Accomplish
  • Policy Requirements to be Developed



  Construction  Phase

1)       Implementation and execution of the project protection program