ISI has delivered critical security solutions to more than 2,000 detention facilities, which is more than any provider in the detention grade equipment industry. For over two decades, no other company has consistently delivered the level of excellence in the detention market that has become the standard for ISI Security. We have completed more than 30 design/build jail and prison projects over the last five years. The integration of physical security, electronic security, life safety systems, and other key critical communication and data sources are synthesized and can be integrated into state of the art command centers.
To perform at this level in the design/build marketplace year after year, we have developed a management plan that involves all levels of our staff and procurement activities with selected vendors. Our estimating staff reviews all documentation to understand the design guidelines; the system performance criteria; the operational concerns; and the security scope package.
Specific attention is given to the schedules in order to ensure that the lead times for the security components are properly included avoiding any delays in the project. The Operations Group coordinates the submittal schedules with the engineering department and the principal vendors to verify the submittals are completed correctly and submitted in a timely fashion supporting construction and procurement activities.
After the submittals are approved, there is a field turnover meeting between the Operations Group, Engineering Department and Project Superintendent. This meeting transmits all design, engineering and scheduling requirements to the field staff so that they are fully aware of all the issues before mobilization to the site. During construction, the operations group consistently manages the flow of materials and productivity of labor to keep the project progressing as scheduled. During the testing phase of the project, technicians and engineers from the home office, who designed and assembled the equipment, verify that it has been correctly installed and is working properly to meet project requirements.
Once testing is complete, our service department follows up with training for the facility maintenance staff and the operational personnel to ensure that they know how to properly operate and maintain the security equipment for the life of the facility.
Detain, Secure and Protect
Document, Control and View
Control, Document and Oversight
View, Record and Identify
Detect, Verify and Respond
Detect, Signal and Evacuate
Alert, Notify and React