When it came time for the City of Miami to implement in-building Public Safety and cellular coverage the new FireStation 13, Cooper General got the call.
At Cooper General we try to lead the market with high quality installation Best Practices and Procedures. When the City chose us for the Station 13 project it reinforced that our hard work developing formal processes had paid off.
Station 13 sits at the east end of Little Haiti. As the City’s newest facility, Station 13 is a LEED building with reduced environmental impact. As those of us in the business know, LEED buildings are often “RF-opaque” and indeed the City’s radios did not work inside, nor did cellphones, necessary to Firefighters who pull long shifts in this modern home away from home.
Cooper General engineers conducted a coverage study in the Public Safety and Cellular RF frequencies. We developed a cost effective design that provided both cell and radio coverage throughout the structure, and presented mechanical and electrical drawings for approval.
We developed and presented several options to provide coverage to meet and exceed the Station’s requirements.
Because the building was just in its final close-out stage, we were able to install the system just in time for the grand opening.
Whether you’re a City building a Fire Station, a developer building a condo, or a property manager seeking code compliance, Cooper General is capable and equipped to meet your requirements and exceed your expectations.