Advantor wins security work for AF reserve bases

Advantor Systems Corp. has won a contract to upgrade security at all Air Force Reserve command facilities in the United States, the company announced today.

The value of the contract was not released, but company spokesman Matthew Bloom said the project is worth "well north of $1 million."

Advantor will provide design, integration, installation and sustainability services so each base can comply with non-nuclear security standards. The project will take place under a rapid deployment plan, which calls for security upgrades for all the bases to be done within six months.

The bases:

  • Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga.


  • Fort Worth Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Texas


  • General Mitchell Air Reserve Base, Wis.


  • Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind.


  • Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla.


  • March Air Reserve Base, Calif.


  • Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Air Reserve Station, Minn.


  • Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y.


  • New Orleans Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, La.


  • Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pa.


  • Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass.


  • Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Pa.


  • Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio.


  • Based in Orlando, Fla., Advantor is the government unit of Infrasafe Inc., a privately held company offering security solutions and integration across networks, and Web-based security applications.

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