DSI designed and built the Classified Fiber Fit-Up, SCIF Conversion of Conference Room 139 and Access/CCTV integration and upgrades for the DGS-1 Building located at Langley Air Force Base. These systems were installed post substantial completion of the building which required DSI to factor multiple existing building constraints into the design and implementation. To further compound the complexity of this project, the design requirements were driven by several end users of the facility, as well as the cut over of the mission critical $1.7 Billion Weapons System which our Fit-Up was to support.
The Classified Fiber Fit-Up consisted of over 5 miles Outside Plant Fiber and Copper which was distributed and protected across 4 buildings. The internal connections consisted of 1.9M feet of Laser Optimized Fiber, 65K LC connectors, and 230 cabinets connecting four classified networks.
The SCIF conversion of Conference Room 139 included the modification of four internal walls to a STC 50 rating, a door upgrade to a STC 45 rating and CD X09 lock, modification of mechanical systems and additions to the Vindicator access control and an independent intrusion detection system which is monitored by the main Vindicator system. The system currently handles over 2000 users and over 5000 daily events.
DSI met all project milestones and installation was completed within 270 days from the Notice to Proceed, despite numerous scope alterations by the end users and the changing requirements of the Weapons System contractor. Our understanding of the mission, quality of work and ability to quickly meet varying requirements continues to make DSI the preferred contractor to maintain the DGS-1 Security Systems.