Grossmont Union High School District2017-11-11T22:22:12+00:00

Project Description

San Diego County, CA

Education (Security)

Grossmont Union High School District

San Diego County, CA

Project Details

Security Technology Design and Consulting services including Design, Product Selection, Contractor Bidding, Construction Administration, Commissioning and Close-Out.

“The District engaged Exante360 to assist with the redesign of our aging camera system. During the planning and implementation process I have worked closely with the Exante360 project team. Without a doubt, the Exante360 team is very knowledgeable about security technology and construction. They are committed, trusting and communicative. I also wanted to highlight Exante360’s commitment to meeting the aggressive project schedule and their ability to navigate the public bidding requirements and our internal acquisition processes. Without hesitation, I can unequivocally recommend Exante360 to any school district, public sector entity or any client for that matter that is intent on a great product.”
Katy Wright, Executive Director Facilities Management, Grossmont Union High School District
Overview

The Grossmont Union High School District (GUHSD) is a public school district located in eastern San Diego County, California.  Formed in June 1920, the union high school district is overseen by a five-member governing board and operates 13 high schools (nine regular, three charter, and one continuation); a regional occupational program (ROP); and special education and adult education services.  The day-to-day operations are managed by the superintendent, who is appointed by the board.  Four of the district’s high schools—Helix, Mount Miguel, Santana, and Valhalla (twice)—have been recognized as a California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education.

Scope

Exante360 was hired to assist the District with updating and expanding upon their existing video camera system.  This project is a part of a $128 million repairs and upgrades bond that was approved by the local voters in 2016.  Our scope included upgrading the cameras to the newest technology, assisting with the selection of a new video management system, the establishment of contractor-ready bid documents as well as implementation management and quality assurance for the 250-camera system.