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Growth and expansions coming to UCC

June 10, 2015Spencer Ives

SAN ANTONIO—United Central Control, a wholesale monitoring center based here, is planning to build an out-of-state back-up central station, possibly in Nashville, Tenn., Mark Matlock, company SVP, told Security Systems News. That news comes alongside other growth developments at the company.UCC currently has a staffed back-up facility here, but Matlock said that an out-of-state back-up station is a company goal. Once the new facility is up and running, the current back-up station would be dismantled.“When...

Mark Matlock, Red Hawk, Ron Bowden, UL 2050, United Central Control (UCC)

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UCC buys Red Hawk's monitored accounts

July 11, 2014Leif Kothe

SAN ANTONIO—United Central Control, a provider of monitored security services based here, has purchased the wholesale monitored accounts of Red Hawk Monitoring, a wholly owned subsidiary of Houston-based Red Hawk Fire & Security. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.Through the transaction, UCC adds approximately 150 new dealers and 20,000 accounts, increasing the company's monitored account base by roughly 9 percent. UCC now has more than 800 dealers across the nation.The deal further...

ASAP to PSAP, Physical Security, Red Hawk, Ron Bowden

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On The Editor's Desk

ASIS 2012, Pro 1 buys again, mobility and the financial vertical

September 12, 2012Martha Entwistle

It's been a busy two days for Amy Canfield (the new lead editor for our sister publication Security Director News) and I here in Philly at the ASIS show. Since Sept. 10, the first day of ASIS, was Amy's fifth day on the job, she accompanied me to most of my appointments that day. She did have a chance to speak to a group of end users at the Honeywell booth. Here's her update on that� and she was flying solo on Day 2--check out her blog� for highlights of her day, including a tour...

Avigilon, Axis Communications, Diebold, Felix Gonzales, Fredrik Nilsson, Honeywell, Jamie Haenggi, Jeremy Brecher, John Nemerovsky, Johnson Controls (JCI), Mike Snyder, Protection One, Red Hawk, Renae Leary, Scott Harkins, Stanley CSS, Tammee Thompson, Tony Bylerly

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UTC sells fire and security branches to Comvest Investment Partners

April 11, 2012Martha Entwistle

FARMINGTON, Conn.—Comvest Investment Partners on April 10 acquired the security and fire branch operations of UTC Climate, Controls & Security. Comvest has tapped two well-known industry veterans, Mike Snyder and Dean Seavers, to run the new business, which will be called Red Hawk Fire & Security U.S.Snyder, former president of ADT, will serve as CEO and Seavers, former president of GE Security and SimplexGrinnell, will serve as president of the new business.Terms of the deal were not disclosed....

ADT, Comvest Investment Partners, Dean Seavers, GE Security, Geraud Darnis, Mike Snyder, Red Hawk, Security Systems News (SSN), UTC Climate Controls, UTC Fire & Security

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Chubb integrates intelligent building solution SafeRise

May 19, 2011Daniel Gelinas

LYNN, Mass.—Bob Sarsfield has been in the systems integration business for more than 30 years, beginning with Mosler Safe Company, and then Red Hawk, which was bought in 2006 by Chubb, a division of UTC Fire & Security. In that time and during that decades-long tenure, Sarsfield integrated a lot of intrusion, access control, video and other technologically advanced systems. His latest project is an installation of intelligent building solution provider FST21's SafeRise solution at a senior...

Avi Lupo, Bob Sarsfield, Chubb, FST21, Mosler Safe Company, Ocean Shores Apartments, Red Hawk, UTC Fire & Security

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Fire Systems Installation

UTC Fire & Security: new brand, new president

April 14, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

FARMINGTON, Conn.—UTC Fire & Security recently aligned its United States fire and security services businesses under the Chubb brand. The company's fire and security services businesses abroad have already consolidated under the Chubb name, and the branding in this country will provide “a new, more seamless interface to customers,” UTC Fire & Security said. In other news, UTC Fire & Security also recently announced it has a new president: Scott Buckhout, previously a senior manager...

Chubb, Detection Logic, GE Security, Louis Chenevert, Red Hawk, Scott Buckhout, Sean Flint, United Technologies Corp, UTC Fire & Security, William Brown

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