FE Selected to Help with Redevelopment of North Carolina County Center
Monday, June 06, 2022 | Comments

Cape Fear FD Stonewater selected Federal Engineering(FE) to provide public safety technical assistance for the New Hanover County (North Carolina) Government Center redevelopment project.

“Federal Engineering is committed to helping the county and Cape Fear FD Stonewater achieve the vision for the government center redevelopment project through purpose-built, customer-focused, and efficient public safety communications systems and facilities,” said FE Director Travis LePage. “FE’s senior consultants will assess existing emergency communications center (ECC) operations and technologies including land mobile radio (LMR), telephony, and Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems to determine the best way to relocate these and other mission-critical systems to the new communications center."

The project’s focus will be on future requirements with respect to the systems in use including system needs to support the dispatch center, IT infrastructure functionality, radio and backup facility capabilities.

“Transition planning involves multiple components, including personnel, facilities and communications systems equipment including paging, recording equipment, radio equipment, networking equipment, workstations, fire alarm monitoring systems, and weather-related warning systems,” said Mike Brown, project manager for Cape Fear FD Stonewater. “FE will work closely with our stakeholders to develop a transition plan that addresses each of these key elements.”

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