Incorporating security concept in masterplanning and architecture design

Architects and their clients are usually keen to avoid ‘securitised design’, where a building ends up resembling a fortress for the sake of safety, at the expense of best use and other goals. Meanwhile, the primary concern of appointed security professionals is that a building is designed to facilitate and support the effective practice of safety & security on site. When these two parties work separately, especially across the building life cycle, there are adverse consequences for the goals of both and budget challenges for property owners. Incorporating security plans and elements during the design stage is best practice and becoming standard procedure, as it often yields the best outcome for all parties.

To act in the best capacity for our role, what should we as security professionals know about architectural design, and what principles in security design must be learned and effectively communicated to architects and developers?

Designing an effective Physical Security System (PSS) requires a methodological approach to achieve best possible protection of the organisation and its assets against various threats. In this one day course, we will learn from a security design consultant with over 18 years of experience in working with international architects, interior designers, landscapers, building managers and international hotel chains for more than 30 buildings across varied property types and project scales.

We will learn how to build an effective security system according to several guiding principles. Why principles? Well, because Number 1, applications have to be site-specific and reliance on non-procedural ‘rules’ is inadvisable.

The following will be covered:
* How to conceive the character of the building and incorporate it into their planning and design concerns
* Understand how “form follows function” from a security consultant’s perspective
* How to compromise on any and the often contradicting goals of architectural, corporate, and security consultants: Aesthetic vs. Protective features, operational efficiency vs. security policy.
* Special attention is paid to security layering and zoning as a tool for compromise and best outcome.
* Taking advantage of natural terrain for security goals including threat mitigation, access control, territorial reinforcement, and reduced fear perception
* Given the importance of international markets & practice as well as built environment policies, we will also discuss trends in architecture and master planning such as sustainability, “connecting people”, “shaping societies” etc. and what this means for security-by-design.

To give candidates some application and practical knowledge practice, after the lunch break there will be a discussion centred on a simple task where such principles should be considered and actions suggested.

Access to this course is not restricted.

  • How to conceive the character of the building and incorporate it into their planning and design concerns
  • Understand how “form follows function” from a security consultant’s perspective
  • How to compromise on any and the often contradicting goals of architectural, corporate, and security consultants: Aesthetic vs. Protective features, operational efficiency vs. security policy.
  • Special attention is paid to security layering and zoning as a tool for compromise and best outcome.
  • Taking advantage of natural terrain for security goals including threat mitigation, access control, territorial reinforcement, and reduced fear perception
  • Given the importance of international markets & practice as well as built environment policies, we will also discuss trends in architecture and master planning such as sustainability, “connecting people”, “shaping societies” etc. and what this means for security-by-design.
Complete this course to earn certification of completion “Incorporating security concept in masterplanning and architecture design” course.
The course instructor is a highly experienced security consultant with over 40+ high rise, vital projects and international hotels chains security and TVRA projects in his portfolio

Price

Individual Price
USD 200

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests

  • Restriction level
  • Covered topics
  • Certification of Completion
  • Course instructors
  • Pricing

Access to this course is not restricted.

  • How to conceive the character of the building and incorporate it into their planning and design concerns
  • Understand how "form follows function" from a security consultant's perspective
  • How to compromise on any and the often contradicting goals of architectural, corporate, and security consultants: Aesthetic vs. Protective features, operational efficiency vs. security policy.
  • Special attention is paid to security layering and zoning as a tool for compromise and best outcome.
  • Taking advantage of natural terrain for security goals including threat mitigation, access control, territorial reinforcement, and reduced fear perception
  • Given the importance of international markets & practice as well as built environment policies, we will also discuss trends in architecture and master planning such as sustainability, "connecting people", "shaping societies" etc. and what this means for security-by-design.
Complete this course to earn certification of completion “Incorporating security concept in masterplanning and architecture design” course.
The course instructor is a highly experienced security consultant with over 40+ high rise, vital projects and international hotels chains security and TVRA projects in his portfolio

Price

Individual Price
USD 200

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests
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