I want to take this opportunity to let you know how much we appreciate the efforts of you and your team in assisting with our security posture throughout the week of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. From the procurement of the fence product itself, to the set up and take down, your staff was professional every step of the way. Our folks and others had nothing but positive things to say about the appearance and functionality of the product. Please ensure your team and leadership receive this as this has been a wonderful partnership that we hope to continue with. Thank you to you and your team again.
CHARLES A. FAMULARI, CPP
svp; director - security operations command
As the former Construction Manager for the Front Gate (MILCON) project at Parris Island, SC, it is my pleasure to provide my input regarding the construction of this project. In my view, you and your team brought unmatched qualities that ensured the successful completion of the Front Gate project. Honesty, diligence, knowledge, competence, reliability, experience, commitment and professionalism are only some of them. However, the most impressive quality I observed was simply 'wanting to provide a great product.' It was that attitude that helped overcome a wide array of challenges in a timely manner. The successful completion of the Front Gate project is a great testament that, with the right people, a project can be done right, on time, and within budget.
Lenin "Alberto" Serrano, PE, LT, CEC, USN
assistant regional engineer action officer navy regions japan, singapore, and korea navfac far east headquarters. dsn: 315-243-9496
The GRAB Barriers were selected because they were considered by the Provost Marshal’s Office to be the only non-lethal barrier that met or exceeded every State, Federal and Army standard for stopping a specific “threat vehicle” and with less risk to drivers and occupants.