Even among specialists in the field of integrated electronic security systems, few can match Robert DeGrazio’s decades of experience and broad range of projects. Since the early 1980s, corporate, educational, governmental, entertainment, retail, and correctional institutions alike have relied upon Robert for his expertise in the design, engineering, and installation of integrated security solutions including access control, closed circuit television, intrusion detection, perimeter detection, intercoms, vehicle control, infrastructure and life safety systems.
Some of Robert’s recent clients and projects have included Hess Corporation, Wachovia, TD Waterhouse, Ernst & Young, Condé Nast Publications, United Federation of Teachers, Rose M. Singer Center, St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility, all in New York City, and Merrill Lynch in Jersey City, NJ, Conoco Phillips, Elizabeth, NJ, Lehman Brothers in NY, NJ, PA, MI, CA, FL, GA, CO and NE, the USEPA facilities in Washington, DC, the IRS National Headquarters in Maryland, and Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Among his overseas projects, Robert has designed security systems for Stadium Australia in Sydney and for Bank Boston in Buenos Aires. Back in the US, his extensive work with commercial office projects has included security design for New York Academy of Science, Lord Abbett & Company, Cap-Gemini, Limited Brand, and the law firms of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione to name a few.
Robert has a degree in Electronics Technology from DeVry Institute. He has published numerous articles on building security issues in the industry trade press. He is an active member of the American Society of Industrial Security.