Critical Infrastructure

Sarasota County Emergency Operations Center

Contact us Facebook Instagram Linkedin Project: When constructing their new state-of-the-art emergency operations center, Sarasota County wanted the most advanced lightning protection available. They chose the CMCE 120 units. Two were installed at the site, one on the building and the other on the 300 foot communication tower. Since the installation, Sarasota County has protected an additional four

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Manatee County Florida Dept. of Public Safety

Previous Next Project: To increase public safety, the Manatee County Department of Public Safety chose two CMCE 120 and nine CMCE 25 devices to protect 11 lifeguard towers stretching from Manatee Beach to Coquina Beach on the Gulf side of Florida. The CMCEs were mounted onto flagpoles to allow the tower’s to fly warning flags as well as

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University of Illinois Chicago, Richard J. Daley Library

Project: The University of Illinois Chicago Richard J. Daley Library is the largest public/academic library in Chicago. During a recent renovation, the library chose to install a CMCE 120-UL device to protect the entire structure. The CMCE 120-UL is UL-approved and can be installed to UL96A guidelines.   Solution used: CMCE 120-UL

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First Energy

Contact us Facebook Instagram Linkedin Project: First Energy is one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electrical companies, serving over 6 million customers.  To ensure reliable power distribution First Energy protected each of its 28 communication towers with a CMCE 120. These towers connect power generation and distribution centers. Each tower has a CMCE 120 mounted to the

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Cape Canaveral Waste Water Treatment Plant

Contact us Facebook Instagram Linkedin Project: The City of Cape Canaveral Water Reclamation and Public Works facility is located just south of the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. To prevent damage and downtown caused by previous lightning strikes, the facility installed two CMCE devices to protect the entire facility. The location is prone to hurricanes and multiple pop-up

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