Emergency 911 Security Inc Awarded Contract

Emergency 911 Security Inc Awarded Contract

Emergency 911 Security Inc Awarded ContractEmergency 911 Security, Inc., a full-service security and electrical contractor that provides a wide range of services to federal government and commercial customers, has been awarded a contract to inspect, repair and maintain fire alarm system for the District of Columbia Dept. of Corrections.

Founded in 1991, Emergency 911 Security supplies comprehensive security system designs, installation, training and support by protecting over $1 billion in assets in the Washington, D.C. area alone.

The company’s design, installation and maintenance capabilities include fire and intrusion alarm systems as well as the inspection and commissioning of fire safety systems. Our staff includes technicians certified in several product lines: Simplex, Notifier, Silent Knight, Seimens, and Fire Lite Alarms. Our in-house talent enables Emergency 911 Security to provide our clients with the full spectrum of fire safety services by maintaining an adequate stock of commonly-used, replacement parts and materials to ensure an adequate level of response, specified for each mission, with resources from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

Emergency 911 Security, Inc. has a distinct posture in being a small, personalized supply and service firm. Our technical staff averages 19 years of experience in designing, developing, installing and servicing solutions, and the company has a strong and experienced management team, utilizing cost effective measures that often get approved by our clients. The office infrastructure includes an integrated inventory management and accounting system, large capacity delivery vehicles, warehouse space with loading docks and knowledgeable sales and customer service representatives. 

Emergency 911 Security, Inc is SBA 8(a) Certified, Small Disadvantage Business, Hub Zone, and Women-Owned.

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