Rife International Helps Maryland First Responders by Completing Time and Security Sensitive Project for the Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center

mc-emergency-communications-centerRife International, LLC was called upon and contracted to assist the government of Montgomery County, Maryland to meet emergency deadlines for the Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center.

The Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center project encompassed the modernization and upgrading of existing equipment that was critical in ensuring the transportation of sensitive emergency communication apparatus into the center.

This center houses critical federal and county emergency response agencies including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Montgomery County Police Department, and the Montgomery County Fire Department.

Due to the sensitivity of this project, the County government needed a reliable firm to complete this project on short notice, with a strict deadline, and within high security guidelines. Despite the constraints of this project, Rife International completed this project ahead of time and within budget.

“Rife International rendered a stellar performance at our Emergency Communication Center,” proclaimed Donald A. Collins of the Montgomery County Department of General Services. “Rife International acknowledged our emergency and made it their own.”

About Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center

The Montgomery County, Maryland Department of Police 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center (9-1-1 ECC), is a nationally recognized center, the largest in Maryland and one of the 50 largest in the United States.

About Rife International, LLC

Rife International, LLC’s ultimate mission is to provide energy efficiency and sustainable development solutions to our government, commercial, and international clients. For more information visit Rife International LLC at http://wvr.7c4.myftpupload.com.

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