Adesta Wins $2.7M Contract With Texas Gasoline Refinery

Adesta, a systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems, has been awarded a $2.7 million contract with Pasadena Refining Systems Inc., a gasoline refinery in Texas.

Adesta will design and install an access control system as well as a fiber-based, fence-mounted perimeter intrusion detection and CCTV/radar waterside surveillance system. Wireless back up systems and fiber infrastructure will be installed to bring all security data back to a central control center.

The convergence of the physical security elements coupled with the fiber backbone will provide for ongoing upgrade and improvement opportunities. Adesta’s installations will help bring Pasadena Refining Systems into Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWIC) and Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) compliance.

“Adesta uses our proven success in the convergence of security and communications to help take compliance pressure off of our customers,” says Bob Sommerfeld, Adesta president. “Our knowledge allows us to offer solutions that help clients both meet current compliance requirements, and provide for future solutions to be easily implemented and operated. The Pasadena Refinery Project is a great example of successful converged solutions.”


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