Fire station at Vilnius Airport

  • Client Vilnius Airport
  • Implementation period 2013 - 2014
  • Project location Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Project task To equip a new fire station at Vilnius Airport to meet the security standards of the International Civil Aviation Organisation as well as building efficiency requirements.
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Solutions in this project

  • Data communications solutions
  • Video surveillance system
  • Access control system
  • Automation solutions

As part of the project, FIMA specialists equipped a modern data centre, expanded the internal communications system and installed video surveillance and access control systems, a computer network and a building automation system.

Built more than 20 years ago, the old fire station at Vilnius Airport was inefficient in terms of energy use and no longer met international standards.

The new fire station was constructed after an assessment of the airport’s long-term needs. Special emphasis was put on the building’s functionality, information systems, security and the potential for future expansion.
FIMA engineers designed and equipped the new data centre to the highest data security, energy efficiency and flexibility standards. The centre has been fitted with state-of-the-art cooling, electricity supply and monitoring systems. All the airport’s hardware and software currently being kept at different locations across Vilnius Airport will be moved to the data centre. Once this happens, the maintenance of the airport’s IT infrastructure will be simpler and more efficient.
During the project, FIMA specialists also expanded and upgraded the airport’s internal dispatcher communications system which is designed for internal communication between emergency services staff including security, customs and the fire brigade.
As part of this project, the company also installed video surveillance, access control and building automation systems.

The new fire station will ensure better operation of the airport’s information systems, improve the safety of staff and passengers and allow for future expansion.