Adam Winbury, SET, RCDD, PSP

Principle / Designer
Adept Innovation & Technology

Adept Innovation & Technology, originally founded in 2006, began as Dynamic Drafting Services based out of South-Central Arkansas. The AIT team provided drafting services for many of Arkansas’ growing MEP Engineering firms, before relocating to Broken Arrow, OK in 2012; where our team continues to operate currently and have expanded our engineering services.

Adept Innovation & Technology is a specialty design firm focused specifically on CSI Specification Divisions 27 (Communications) and Division 28 (Electronic Safety & Security). We provide many professional services for the low voltage systems that fall within these two divisions: beginning with consultations, designs, project management, and commissioning. Through our staff’s Board Certifications for NICET-IV Fire Detection Engineering, BICSI RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designer), and ASIS PSP (Physical Security Professional); Adept Innovation & Technology provides signed and sealed documents for each project.

The AIT staff bring over 40years of combined design and engineering experience within the technology and low voltage system space. Our staff have served as the Low Voltage Systems Engineer on a variety of commercial and federal projects ranging in size, scope, and duration. We welcome an opportunity to serve you and your team, and look forward to the future.

recent projects

Central Iowa Health Care System (Des Moines, IA) – Interactive Patient Care & IP Paging

Provided a comprehensive design team for the Central Iowa Health Care System to design Interactive Patient Care and Campus Paging System Upgrades. The specialized designed team includes the seal of professionally recognized engineering certified designer. The design consisted of multiple disciplines, Civil Div. 31 (grading for underground), Utilities Div. 33 (underground raceway), Electrical Div. 26 (power & pathways inside plant), Communications Div. 27 (cabling inside & outside plant), Electronic Safety & Security Div. 28. Due to the complexity of the Interactive Patient Care and Campus Paging System, the design team included Subject Matter Experts (SME) for each discipline. Communications design provided by a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), Electronic Safety & Security design provided by a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), NICET IV Fire Detection & Life Safety Engineer, and Phys  ical Security Professional (PSP) to insure systems are designed and installed to code, in accordance with communications standards, and control equipment is located within secure areas of the facility.

 

Design for the project consisted of (4) design phases, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, and 100% Construction Documents (CDs). Site visits were made during the Schematic Design Phase to confirm field conditions, field dimensions, coordination with the Campus Facilities Group, and Contracting team. Based on the survey from the Schematic Design site visit and coordination, design commenced to prepare initial specifications, general system layout, system requirements being developed, and preliminary drawings. As the design progressed, input from the Departments of the Hospital receiving services from this project grew increasingly important. Departmental input from manager and directors was received during the Design Development Phase. The 100% Construction Documents Phase consisted of implementing final coordination items from the latest Construction Documents review by the Contracting Team, and to implement any approved changes requested by Departmental Personnel during the Construction Document Phase meetings. Final design documents incorporated (12) buildings, (33) TR Closets, and campus fiber distribution. The IFC set included, (215) drawings, and over (700) pages of specifications. 

Osan Clinic, Osan AFB (South Korea) – Low Voltage System Design

Awarded a contract for comprehensive consulting/design/build services at the expansion of the existing OSAN Air Base 51st MDG Medical Center, Republic of Korea. The scope of work for the new medical wing expansion consisted of (4) construction phases relocating departments to temporary spaces while construction and expansion took place. Provided site investigations of the existing 51st MDG Medical Center, existing communication systems, and existing force protection systems. Due to the OCONUS (Outside Continental United States) nature of the project, strategic design and planning for the facility were required to meet the local power requirements, metric design, and metric materials. Infrastructure planning for pathways were provided in metric units to allow local construction materials to be sourced, and local construction crews to be familiar with system dimensions and drawings.

Assigned a project team of key personnel for all (4) phases of the project. The Consulting Phase and Design Phase being integral to one another, consisted of the same team roles; Design Program Manager, Design Project Manager, CES (Communication & Electronic Security) Engineer, CADD Drafting Lead, QC Engineer, and Constructability Manager. During the design phase the team provided design services to produce complete drawings, details, network diagrams, one-lines, and equipment specifications for the Government’s review, comments, and final approval. The design phase consisted of (1) 30% submittal, (1) 60% submittal, (1) 90% submittal, and the corrected final 100% CD submittal for ESS Secured Network, CCTV, Access Control, IDS & Duress, Education & Training (CATV), and Speech Privacy.

Lackland Ambulatory Care Center (San Antonio, TX) – Low Voltage Systems Design

Awarded a contract for comprehensive consulting/design services at the New Lackland Ambulatory Care Center in San Antonio, TX. The scope of work for the United States Air Force’s largest Outpatient Ambulatory Surgical Center included site investigations of the existing Wilford Hall and (8) existing clinical facilities, existing communication systems, and existing force protection systems. In addition to site investigations of existing facilities, the Adept Innovation & Technology team conducted meetings with clinical and departmental managers to become familiar with provider and patient flow desired for the new facility being constructed. The clinical and departmental user meetings were vital to provide a Communications & Electronic Security design that met the needs of the new facility, while also complying with federal design requirements and codes.

 Assigned a project team of key personnel for all (3) phases of the project. The Consulting Phase and Design Phase being integral to one another, consisted of the same team roles; Design Program Manager, Design Project Manager, CES (Communication & Electronic Security) Engineer, CADD Drafting Lead, QC Engineer, and Constructability Manager. During the design phase the Adept Innovation & Technology team provided design services to produce complete drawings, details, network diagrams, one-lines, and equipment specifications for the Government’s review, comments, and final approval. The design phase consisted of (1) 30% submittal, (1) 60% submittal, (1) 90% submittal, and the corrected final 100% CD submittal for ESS Secured Network, CCTV, Access Control, IDS & Duress, Education & Training (CATV), and Speech Privacy.

VA Health Care System Oklahoma City, OK – Fire and Life Safety Upgrades

Awarded a contract for comprehensive design services at VA Health Care System Campus located in Oklahoma City, OK. The scope of work for the Department of Veterans Affairs included site investigations of the existing fire alarm system installed on campus, the code deficient areas of the facility, new construction in progress, and antiquated fire detection systems.

As a subcontractor provided complete design of the new fire alarm and life safety system by NICET IV Fire Detection Engineer. Design also included careful consideration to maintain the current level of protection throughout the system replacement and upgrade. Provided design for new fire control panels, software, firmware, initiation devices, voice notification devices, and network monitoring to ensure minimal down time during the installation cutover and replacement phases. The overall system design consisted of 1000+ addressable devices, and 3000+ notification devices. Careful scheduling was coordinated with campus staff to perform the project with the least impact on patient care.

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