Start Date: Spring 2016
End Date: Summer 2018
THE NEXT GENERATION 9-1-1
Design is an ideal that captures the imagination and inspires creativity. In building design, it is the use of materials, color and dimensions that facilitates the design inside and out, and ultimately, tells the story for decades. In October 2015 San Mateo County awarded McCarthy Building Company the design and construction of the County’s New Regional Operations Center (ROC). The ROC’s story will be told by thousands, as this is the first construction project on the County Government Center Campus in 25+ years. That said, its not so much of “if these walls could talk” that tells the story, it’s more about what we want this multi-tenant facility to say to the Community.
Public safety dispatching is in a constant state of evolution in the face of advancing technologies. Where 911 calls were once entered via cards on conveyer belts and voice dispatched on large blinking consoles, it has made the transition to Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) consoles, mouse-driven screens, and wireless headsets. The Next Generation of 911 (NG911) is a term that encompasses the coming technology as it relates to the electronic systems and technologies that are utilized as part of public safety dispatching. San Mateo County is bringing “the Next Generation 9-1-1 Center” to its community. Stay Tuned
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Demolition Day October 26, 2016: The San Mateo County's New Regional Operation Center Project has begun.