MCP in the News: Ground Broken for 911, EMS Facility

This article originally appeared in Sampson Independent and can be viewed here.

CLINTON — A multi-million dollar project broke ground Friday, one that is expected to bring benefits to the county for years to come.

Just in sight of the Sampson County Detention Center on Fontana Street, a new Sampson County 911 and Emergency Services facility will be built for $18.4 million.

MCP in the News: Martin County Hosts Ribbon-Cutting for New 911 Center

Mission Critical Partners is proud to partner with Martin County, N.C. on the design, development and construction of its new regional 9-1-1 communications center. MCP served as the County's technology consultant on the project and provided support throughout the project, helping the County to procure and implement Next Generation 9-1-1 technologies and the systems to support them. Read more about this project here.

Iredell County, N.C., Celebrates Opening of New Public Safety Complex

STATESVILLE, N.C., (September 5, 2019)—On Friday, August 23, 2019, Iredell County, N.C., officials and staff, Mission Critical Partners, and ADW Architects, celebrated the grand opening of a new public safety complex. The $17.3 million complex, which is located at 404 Bristol Drive in Statesville, houses the County’s public safety division to include emergency management, emergency communications (ECOM), emergency medical services (EMS) and the fire marshal.

MCP Publishes Best-Practices Book on Designing and Constructing Public Safety Facilities

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (August 27, 2018)—Today, Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading consulting and lifecycle management services firm in the public safety systems and operations field announced the availability of “Expert Advice to Guide Your Facility Project,” its new book that draws on the firm’s experience in helping to design more than 50 public safety facilities since its inception nearly a decade ago.

Trends in Emergency Communications and Public Safety Facility Design, Presented by MCP During Live Webinar

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (January 22, 2018)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a provider of professional services and lifecycle management solutions for mission-critical infrastructure, will host a webinar on Thursday, January 25, from 2 pm to 3 pm EST on “Trends in Emergency Communications and Public Safety Facility Design.” Experts will discuss best practices for public safety organizations looking to build or renovate their 911 center, public safety answering point (PSAP) or emergency operations center (EOC.) The replay of the webinar will be available on the MCP website.

Mission Critical Partners Joins Memphis Police Department to Announce the Opening of Renovated Communications Center

MEMPHIS, TN. (January 11, 2018)— The city of Memphis and its police department announced the opening of its newly-redesigned $9 million, 20,000+-square-foot state-of-the-art facility that will serve as one of two primary answering points for all emergency and non-emergency calls for Memphis police, fire and emergency medical services. The completion was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony.