Our Timothy Moneypenny is shown with other new members who were recognized: [ left to right ]
Greg is Securitec’s first, full-time employee who was honored recently at a surprise breakfast party. Greg has done it all – from installing simple to complex system designs to helping outfit new trucks and everything in between. Greg puts his heart and soul in doing an excellent job, no matter what it is! We’re proud to have him as a respected and valued member of our team.
Director of Engineering Brian Gyorki, Senior Technician Greg Hawley and Technician Chris Baronak calibrate the three commercial projectors that produce a 42’ wide video image behind the stage at the state-of-the-art, $2 million building expansion that has a seating capacity for 800 people, double that of their current worship area.
The church’s expansion theme is “Living the Dream” and Securitec is proud to have been chosen to provide the video projection and distribution system for the facility in addition to expansion of the existing security, video surveillance, data, communications, and door control systems.
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Thanks to the hard work from Simmons Brothers Construction and the dedication of the good people at Securitec, we're fully into our new building.
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Nearly 10,000 school board members, administrators, district staff, students and guests are expected to attend the 2015 Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference and Trade Show in Columbus. The second-largest education convention in the nation runs Nov. 8-11 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
Highlights of the 60th annual conference include:
The $2.4 million facility will cover about 16,000 square feet on three acres of land at 5017 Bambeck Road, just off Medina Road (state Route 18) in Granger Township. Williams said 10,000 square feet will be used for offices and 6,000 for vehicle storage and warehouse space.
Simmons Brothers Construction of Medina is the contractor and AODK Inc., operated by David Krebs, of Lakewood, is the architect for the expansion project.
The company has 34 full-time and two part-time employees, Williams said, and provides electronics and security systems and fire protection for commercial buildings, homes, health care facilities and state prisons.
CANTON: A security camera and recording setup at the Stark County courthouse will be overhauled.
On Wednesday, county commissioners approved a $100,288 contract with Securitec, of Medina, to install the ExacqVision surveillance system inside and around the downtown building.“Our current ... system has serious gaps and deficiencies,” said Court Administrator Dwaine Hemphill, who explained that some of the existing cameras in use date to the 1990s.
The five Common Pleas Court judges with offices and courtrooms there had agreed to pay for the project from an account funded by user fees assessed to cases heard in the court.
“It’s a much better technology,” Hemphill said of ExacqVision.
The cameras will be placed throughout the interior and exterior of the building, as well as in the parking garage, according to Securitec’s written proposal. Cameras are monitored during the day and Hemphill said officials from the sheriff’s office — which provides courthouse security — worked closely with judges in determining the type of system needed.By Tim Botos / CantonRep.com staff writer