Detroit Public Schools (DPS)
The DPS security upgrade project started January 2013 with a 8-week timeline. Wiltec, in close collaboration with DPS and Walbridge, established a detailed plan to replace existing access systems, intrusion systems, and install video surveillance systems in thirteen buildings. Once installation and activation were complete, Wiltec removed existing equipment and cabling.
Currently, Wiltec Technologies services the Detroit Public Schools in order to maintain the security systems throughout the district. Wiltec answers the Public Safety service desk phone and dispatches out technicians to over 100 locations throughout Detroit.
The Zingerman’s Deli Expansion Project began in July 2012 and was completed October 2012. Wiltec installed a new voice and data structured cabling system and an optical fiber cabling system between three facilities at the Downtown Ann Arbor location. Wiltec also installed a paging system throughout the new and existing Delicatessen. Wiltec representatives worked closely with Zingerman’s to ensure fully-operational systems within budget and on time.
Eastern Michigan University– Alexander Building
The Alexander Music Building project started January 2013 and was completed in May 2013. The project goal was to lower the power consumption of the building. Wiltec created a project design to upgrade the existing lights to more efficient lights throughout the entire building. To lower power consumption even more, Wiltec installed motion sensors to prevent use when not in service. Wiltec completed this project within EMU’s time constraints and budget, successfully lowered the power consumption of the building, and received DTE rebates in the process.
The Schoolcraft College project consisted of the installation of a complete cabling and security system for two Public Safety Training Facilities. Wiltec’s field staff installed Cat 6 cabling to serve the data network and IP Security Cameras, as well as a fiber and copper backbone between facilities, a CATV system, and an Access Control/Intrusion System. Wiltec finished this project within both budget and time parameters.
College for Creative Studies (CCS)
Wiltec was recently asked to design and install security systems in CCS’s Taubman Center. This project incorporated IP based video surveillance and an access control system. The historical Argonaut building is one city block and has one million square feet. The security systems installed in the Taubman Center are designed to protect the faculty and students who live and work in this building. Wiltec Technologies also installed all of the network equipment, fiber cabling, and backbone cabling for this entire building. In addition, Wiltec supplied all of the Cisco network switch gear, Cisco IP telephony, and Cisco wireless access points. Wiltec completed this project on-time and within budget parameters.