NCS4, SDM Magazine Announce Award for Innovation in Venue Security Design | Schools
The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security at The University of Southern Mississippi and SDM Magazine announce the new “Golden Eagle Award” recognizing excellence in system integration, architecture, engineering and/or construction (A/E/C), specifically related to the safety and security of spectators, property and infrastructure of spectator event facilities.
The criteria for the Golden Eagle Award will consider the critical design and functionality elements that enable and promote the safety and security of all stakeholders in an efficient and effective manner. Applicants from leading systems integration, architecture, design, engineering and consulting firms are invited to submit case studies from successful projects which had safety and security front and center in planning and execution.
“A critical aspect of sports venue design is the forethought of the safety and security of all stakeholders including employees, fans and guests,” said Dr. Lou Marciani, executive director of NCS4. “The application of best practices and technology is a core element of successful security programs in our market. The Golden Eagle Award is a logical and exciting extension of our educational and recognition programs.”
For more on this article, click HERE to go to the USM website.