Security and Site Design: A Landscape Architectural Approach to Analysis, Assessment, and Design Implementation
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BeschreibungWritten for the design professional, this book offers basic concepts for site security design and risk/threat assessment, and their relationship and integration into the overall design/streetscape projects. * This book is the only reference to offer coverage of security design for the site, rather than for the building * It provides landscape architects and other design professionals with the fundamental knowledge they need in order to work with clients and security consultants * It includes guidelines for conducting security/risk assessments as well as case studies that offer a variety of site designs that successfully integrate security
InhaltsverzeichnisCHAPTER 1: Security Site Design.
CONTEXT IN TODAY'S SECURITY-CONSCIOUS ENVIRONMENT.
DAWN OF A NEW SITE ERA.
THE GOAL OF GOOD SECURITY DESIGN.
CHAPTER 2: A Framework for Understanding Site Security.
THE BASICS: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES.
UNDERSTANDING THE RANGE OF THREATS.
UNDERSTANDING VIOLENT CRIME FROM EXTERNAL SOURCES.
PATTERNS OF PLANNED TERRORIST ATTACKS.
CHAPTER 3: Site Security Design Concepts.
SITE SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES.
DESIGNING WITH PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.
SUMMARY: TOWARD EFFECTIVE AND FLEXIBLE SECURITY STANDARDS.
CHAPTER 4: Case Studies.
URBAN STREETSCAPES: SOUTHWEST FEDERAL CENTER, WASHINGTON, D.C.
MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS: WASHINGTON MONUMENT, LINCOLN MEMORIAL, AND JEFFERSON MEMORIAL.
SYMBOLICALLY IMPORTANT VIEWS, BUILDINGS, AND GATHERING AREAS: PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
SYMBOLICALLY IMPORTANT VIEWS, BUILDINGS, AND GATHERING AREAS: CITY HALL PARK, NEW YORK CITY.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT: CALIFORNIA STATE HOUSE, SACRAMENTO.
OFFICE BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC SPACE: SITE SECURITY DESIGN AND COLLABORATIVE MANAGEMENT, RONALD REAGAN/INTERNATIONAL TRADE CENTER BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D.C.
PROGRAMMING AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATION IN SITE SECURITY: THE HANLEY FEDERAL BUILDING AND U.S. COURTHOUSE, SYRACUSE, NEW YORK.
CHAPTER 5: Conclusion.
IMPROVED SITE AMENITIES.
NEED FOR IMPACT STANDARDS.
COHESIVENESS OF SECURITY MEASURES.
THE FUTURE OF SECURITY AND SITE DESIGN.
PortraitLEONARD J. HOPPER, FASLA, is Chief Landscape Architect and Head of the New York City Housing Authority's Landscape Architecture division, and a faculty member at the City College School of Architecture and Environmental Studies, where he's taught the technology sequence courses in the urban landscape architecture program for more than a decade.MARTHA J. DROGE, ASSOCIATE MEMBER, ASLA, is a landscape designer and urban planner with Ayers/Saint/Gross in Baltimore, Maryland. She served for more than seven years as a Special Agent with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security. In that position, she conducted criminal investigations and implemented physical security, personal security, and counterterrorism programs domestically and at U.S. embassies abroad.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2005
Seitenanzahl: 195 Seiten