Facility Security Design from Conception to Completion, Part 1 of 2

Mon. September 25| 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM | C3

Today's physical security systems require professionals to  understand the design process. By assessing an actual a project, learn how to conduct risk assessments, develop functional requirements, and point out mitigation measures as the basis of a design. As a next step, figure out how to translate the design requirements into construction documents. Finally, practice how to apply the necessary tools and techniques to a virtual facility. Hour 1 of a 2-hour session.

Session Number: 4212

Priority Subject Matter: Architecture/Engineering/Design, Communicating/Demonstrating the Value of Security, Physical Security

Event Structure: Other

Learning Objectives: Understand the process and value of risk assessments.; Review the purpose and benefits of functional requirements and pre-design efforts.; Examine the design process through a real-world interactive design session.

Handout(s): 36623_.pdf

Supported By

Security Architecture & Engineering Council


Randy Atlas

Randy Atlas


Atlas Safety & Security Design, Inc.

Kenneth Herrle

Kenneth Herrle

Senior Engineer

Applied Research Associates, Inc.

David Rickerson

David Rickerson

Senior Project Manager, Team Leader

Guidepost Solutions, LLC

Rene Rieder

Rene Rieder, CPP, PSP

Associate Principal


Mark Schreiber

Mark Schreiber

Principal Consultant

Safeguards Consulting, Inc.