FIMA to install technical infrastructure at Kaunas County Police Headquarters

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Smart infrastructure solutions provider FIMA has signed a contract with construction company Merko statyba to design and install building infrastructure systems at Kaunas County Police Headquarters which is currently under construction.

For the headquarters’ new administrative and ancillary buildings which cover a floor are of more than 6,300 m2, FIMA specialists will design and install fire fighting systems, fire and security alarm systems, indoor and outdoor access control and video surveillance systems, and electronic communication networks. Continuous surveillance and security will be ensured thanks to a network of more than 150 video surveillance cameras while a gas fire suppression system will protect the police archives. The new security systems will be integrated with the police’s existing systems.

‘System reliability is our top priority during the design process. This is important for both the police to allow them to perform their day-to-day work and the building’s operator which wants to ensure the uninterrupted operation of the entire system without interfering with the work of the building’s owners. The components of all security systems will meet the requirements of Security Level 3,’ said Giedrius Stravinskas, sales project manager at FIMA.

The new Police Headquarters construction and service project is a public-private partnership in accordance with a contract between UAB Merko statyba and the Police Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania. The project partnership will last for 15 years, of which three years are devoted to the building’s design, construction and fitting out. This will be one of first buildings in Lithuania to achieve an energy efficiency class of A++ (in other words, an almost 100 per cent passive building). According to preliminary estimates, the project will cut the Kaunas County Police Headquarters’ annual operating expenses by almost EUR 200 000.