Page is a leading designer of secure working and living environments in response to a wide range of critical operations situations. Many of the concepts relating to security design, especially for U.S. diplomatic facilities abroad, are universally applicable and transportable back home—not only for new public facilities but even for the general commercial markets.
We collaborate with our clients to identify potential security issues and determine the best methods to address them within the client’s processes and operational protocols. From high security federal facilities to municipal institutions, Page has successfully created environments for employees and visitors that are simultaneously secure and welcoming.
Since 2002, Page has successfully executed over 40 major projects for the U.S. Department of State, Overseas Buildings Operations. These projects involve full A/E services for very large scale, multi-phase Embassy and Consulate campuses. These campuses contain residences, office buildings, recreational facilities, community facilities, integrated security, and associated support facilities to provide full systems redundancy.
EMBASSY & CONSULATE CAMPUSES
U.S. Embassy Campuses
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Amman, Jordan (Office Annex, Major Rehabilitation & Upgrade)
Helsinki, Finland (Chancery Addition & Campus Renovation)
Abuja, Nigeria (Office Annex)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
U.S. Consulate Campuses
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
Johannesburg, South Africa