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Electronic Security System at Chambers St. Station Complex

L.K. Comstock installed an Electronic Security System on NYCT's Chambers Street Station Complex.
Project Highlights 
  • Installed electronic security system (ESS)
  • Constructed a security work station and badging station
  • Installed and tested a range of subsystems
Transit & Systems
New York, New York
Customer 
NYCT
Business Unit 
L.K. Comstock & Company
Project Description 

L.K. Comstock completed the $2.3 million subcontract to install an electronic security system (ESS) for NYCT’s Chambers Street Station (CSSC) complex.

Project Scope 

L.K. Comstock installed an electronic security system (ESS) for the Chambers Street Station featuring a security work station and badging station. L.K. Comstock installed and tested these subsystems:

  • Closed circuit television (CCTV), also referred to as a video surveillance system
  • Access control system
  • Intrusion detection system
  • Intercom system
  • Station local area network, including cable/conduit infrastructure
  • Wide area network

In addition, L.K. Comstock installed and tested a new power distribution system in the two communications rooms and a new HVAC system.

The CSSC is part of the New York City subway and consists of the IRT Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall Station, the BMT Chambers Street Station and the underground passageways connecting the two stations. 

Other Participants 
Prime Contractor, Transit Technologies Alcatel-Lucent