Smithsonian Opens Up Contract With Johnson Controls


Johnson Controls has been selected by the Smithsonian to
upgrade its security and fire systems at two of its
Suitland, Md., support facilities. Terms of the contract
were not disclosed.

As part of the contract, Johnson Controls will design,
install and integrate security and fire alarm systems at
the Smithsonian’s Museum Support Center and the Cultural
Resource Center.

“Complex facilities require security upgrades that will not
infringe upon vulnerable building materials or valuable
artifacts,” says Pat Young, vice president and general
manager of fire and security solutions for Johnson

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