WATER:
Wivenhoe Group consultants have been involved with the Water and Wastewater Industry for more than 15 years, working with major Environmental Engineering Groups such as Energy Resource Management, Malcom Pirnie, Schoor DePalma, Hatch Mott MacDonald, various Municipalities, and other Entities as specialist Security Engineers and Consultants.
During that period, Wivenhoe has participated in more than 140 Water and Wastewater Vulnerability Assessments (VA’s), as well as performing a variety of Security Engineering Design, Bidder Selection, and Construction Administration tasks.

David McCann, principal consultant for Wivenhoe Group is a regular speaker and presenter on security related topics to The American Water Works Association, The American Institute of Architects, and The American Institute of Civil Engineers among others.

Wivenhoe Group consultants are also certified and experienced in Sandia National Laboratories’ RAM-W, RAM-D, and RAM-Lite Risk Assessment Methodologies, as well as non-Sandia methodologies such as VSAT, CCPS, ACCA, CSAT and others.
CITY OF ALLENTOWN WATER DEPT., Allentown, Pennsylvania:
Vulnerability Assessment (RAM-W)
Working as sub-security consultants to a major engineering group, provided the security consulting services required under Sandia National Laboratories RAM-W large user which included Threat Level Identification, Facility Characterization, System Effectiveness, Risk Management., and provision of full report with findings and recommendations. All work was carried-out on-time, and to agreed cost schedules.
Wivenhoe Group completed similar Vulnerability Assessments utilizing Sandia National Laboratories’ RAM-W or RAM-Lite methodologies for the following clients:
CITY OF BETHLEHEM, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
CITY OF WILMINGTON, Wilmington, Delaware
CITY OF ATLANTA, Atlanta, Georgia
AVON LAKES WATER AUTHORITY, Avon Lakes, Ohio
CITY OF BUFFALO, Buffalo, New York
CITY OF LAFAYETTE, Lafayette, Indiana
CITY OF NIAGARA, Niagara, New York
CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH, West Palm Beach, Florida
GRAND FORKS WATER AUTHORITY, Grand Forks, North Dakota
CITY OF OKALOOSA, Okaloosa, Florida
LEE COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY, Lee County, Florida
UPPER LORAINE COUNTY WATER, Loraine County, Ohio
JERSEY CITY WATER DEPARTMENT, Jersey City, New Jersey
WESTCHESTER COUNTY WATER, Westchester County, New York
MICHIGAN CITY WATER DEPT., Michigan City, Indiana
CITY OF LAUDERHILL WATER DEPT., Lauderhill, Florida
DELAWARE COUNTY WATER DEPT., Delaware County, Ohio
COLLEGE STATE WATER AUTHORITY, College State, Texas
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH WATER DEPT., Miami, Florida
CITY OF BAYONNE WATER DEPT., Bayonne, New Jersey
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP WATER, Stafford, New Jersey
CITY OF WILDWOOD WATER, Wildwood, New Jersey
PT. PLEASANT BEACH WATER, Pt. Pleasant Beach, New Jersey
PT. PLEASANT BORO WATER, Pt. Pleasant Boro, New Jersey
LOWER TOWNSHIP WATER DEPT., Lower Township, New Jersey
PRASA WATER DIVISION, San Juan, Puerto Rico
(Carried-out RAM-Lite VA’s for 106 Water Districts in Puerto Rico)
Wivenhoe Group also provided Managing Consultant Reviews for the following clients:
MIAMI-DADE WATER AUTHORITY, Miami, Florida
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM WATER DEPT., Birmingham, Alabama
NORTH MIAMI WATER DEPT., North Miami, Florida
CITY OF JASPER WATER AUTHORITY, Jasper, South Carolina
CITY OF DALLAS WATER DEPT., Dallas, Texas
CITY OF THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT., Thousand Oaks, California
PASSAIC VALLEY WATER AUTHORITY, Totowa, New Jersey:
Emergency Assessment, Security Design Criteria, Engineering and Design, Bid Preparation, and Bid Review for Main Water Treatment Facility following “9/11” Terrorist Attack on World Trade Center.
Wivenhoe Group responded to an urgent request by client to assess Chlorine Gas Storage area, and to provide immediate recommendations on appropriate security measures.

Client accepted recommendations, and further asked Wivenhoe Group in conjunction with major engineering group, to proceed with Security Design and Bid Preparation work for recommended new security system.

Systems included High Security Perimeter Fence, Security Management (Electronic Access Control and Point Monitoring) system, CCTV Camera Surveillance both Exterior and Interior, Vehicle Restraint system, new Security Command Center, and Security Communications.
METROPOLITAN WATER AUTHORITY, Hartford, Connecticut:
Existing CCTV Camera Surveillance System Survey and Assessment, Security Design Criteria, Engineering and Design, and Bid Preparation for Main Water Treatment Facility.
Working with major engineering group, carried-out a complete of all existing CCTV Camera Surveillance equipment being used at main facility, and recommended total upgrade to existing system including exterior and interior cameras, recording and monitoring equipment, and central monitoring console.

Design of new system included full integration with future security management system, and process control system, as well as meeting requirements for single operator function with automatic response features linked to ERP procedures.