GLEN BURNIE, MD, MARCH 1, 2007 -- Initial Electronics, Inc. announced today the addition of two new senior employees to the staff at the Capitol Region Office. William Todd and Brian Snowden, both formerly of the Norment Security Group, are expected to add additional capabilities to the already expanding branch office operation. The Capitol Region Office of Initial Electronics is a leader in perimeter security, CCTV, access and customized control systems in the Mid-Atlantic region. These additions to the staff are expected to provide additional depth, experience and capabilities.
Mr. Todd has over 20 years of project management experience in commercial and institutional electronic security design, engineering, integration, installation and maintenance. Mr. Todd joined the Norment Security Group in 1989 as a Project Engineer, and rapidly gained expertise in specialized systems including perimeter security and RF-based personal duress and staff location systems.
Mr. Snowdenâ€™s career spans more then 20 years and his experience includes commercial and institutional electronic security design, engineering, integration, installation and maintenance. Mr. Snowden joined the Norment Security Group in 1990 as a Project Engineer and has a great deal of expertise designing and installing systems including programmable logic controllers, CCTV, revenue collection and access control.
Both Mr. Snowden and Mr. Todd have many years experience completing projects with values in the one to five million dollar range.
Initial Electronics, a rapidly growing Electronic Systems Integrator with offices in Chicago, Indianapolis, Danbury, Boston and the Capitol Region is a market leader in large scale security system integration. Part of The Initial Electronic Security Group, the Company is comprised of high end system integration businesses providing integrated fire and security solutions to commercial and governmental customers across the world. Boasting a global presence, and employing 3,400 people world-wide, the group maintains operations in the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and France.