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Architects fight security threats with flexible design

Matt Golueke July 18, 2016 20:21 PM

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Airports and other transportation hubs are scrutinizing security for good reason. 

Reuters ran an interesting article this month about how architects think not just about electronic and physical security systems, but also how they design the building to work in harmony with those systems.

Recently, Norfolk International Airport was designed with one major concern in mind: flexibility, so it can adapt to changing security threats. Read the entire article here.

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