With our extensive experience in the design of underground, interior, street lighting, utility pole and bridge attached infrastructure, HBK provides cost effective solutions for integrating new security equipment placements into existing systems.

Infrastructure to feed data and power to security installations can be a major cost and schedule driver within a security / surveillance system installation. HBK applies its understanding of utility infrastructure to this problem; analyzing the needs of each installation and applying creative and cost effective solutions, from the development of efficient network routing, to the investigation of existing infrastructure for future use and the design of innovative mounting solutions.

We have modeled our design process to fit the needs of the installation, providing many levels of details for multiple aspects of the project including:

  • Data and Power Infrastructure Routing and Design
  • Fiber Splicing and Termination Diagrams
  • Equipment Installation and Mounting Design
  • Structural Calculations and Design
  • Equipment Configuration Design
  • MDF / IDF Rack Design
Street light & sign

Our engineers and designers are experienced in working in some of the most challenging of environments. To date, our surveillance infrastructure design locations have included building interiors and exteriors, streetlight installations in busy commercial districts, expressway exit and entrance ramps, and raising bascule bridge installations. Additionally, HBK has designed camera infrastructure on Police and Fire Boats with the ability to design an efficient and cost effective installation while adhering to the strict codes as determined by the system owner.

In each case, HBK places our focus on providing a high level of detail in our designs to provide our client and their contractors’ constructible plans in any environment. For designing security and camera infrastructure in high profile areas, HBK’s service offerings include the production of concept renderings which assist owners in determining the visual impact of installations prior to pursuit of any given design concept. In each of these cases, our designs take into account the aesthetic impact of proposed infrastructure.

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