The Advanced Survival Technology Team represents the best and brightest building security assessment professionals in the world today. With over 100+ years of combined experience, we have the talent and specific engineering expertise, equipment, supplies, and specialized components to immediately commence work and complete a quality project in the shortest possible time.
At Advanced Survival Technology, our mission is to provide a confidential and professional, "ALL HAZARDS" comprehensive approach to building security evaluations - encompassing the full spectrum of Threat Assessments, Asset Assessment, and Recommended Countermeasures and Components.
Threat Hazard Assessment
Full Risk Assessment
Asset Value Assessment
Risk Control & Risk Management
Concepts of risk control and management are central to the Advanced Survival Technology evaluation and planning process. Risk control strives to minimize or eliminate to the extent possible each identified risk through the application of appropriate security strategies or “Hardening” measures. Risk management, in contrast, evaluates and quantifies identified risks, then prioritizes the requirements for security measures based on the assets critical vulnerabilities.
The Advanced Survival Technology Security Assessment Team identifies risks that can be controlled. The client determines which ones to accept, transfer, or avoid, taking into account that security measures or “Hardening” required to reduce or eliminate some risks might not be cost-effective or appropriate.
The risk analysis phase of an Advanced Survival Technology security assessment is based on the asset vulnerabilities or exposure identified during the vulnerability analysis. A loss event probability and impact assessment is carried out to determine the existing asset exposure or loss and its potential effects on the organization/company/structure.
Security Risk Evaluation Steps
1) Categorize Loss Event Probability/Impact
2) Identify and Prioritize Asses Risk
3) Establish Risk Decision Criteria
4) Apply Risk Criteria
5) Determine Level of Protection/"Hardening" Program
Our Advanced Survival Technology Assessment Teams are led by ex-Navy Seals, Military Special Ops, and Military Delta Force professionals that consult for the US Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, as well as other government entities.
The Advanced Survival Technology Team offers the world's finest security assessment professionals, structural engineers, blast engineers, EMP/HEMP engineers, and state-of-the-art Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Toxic detection system engineers and system providers.
By their very nature, shelters and fortified underground structures, require highly specific life safety and threat mitigation features in order to perform their primary mission: protection, survivability, and continuity. This is not a job for the common contractor. Success requires a unique expertise in WMD's, blast effects mitigation, adversarial assaults, shelter dynamics, threat mitigation measures, advanced HVAC systems, structural steel/concrete, and earth work operations.
We mitigate various threats by employing a Multi-Hazard Engineering methodology that not only recognizes individual hazards and threats sequentially but also addresses all hazards and threats simultaneously as a problem of optimization under constraints. The facility or structure can be protected against a wide range of threats including WMD's, forced entry, armed assaults, climate change, 2014 Threat Event Scenarios, chemical, biological, radiological, and Nuclear explosive (CBRNE) agents, air-blast, ground shock, penetration, fragmentation, and damage to the structure and equipment due to explosive loading.
As professional Architects, Engineers, Security Specialists, Project Managers and Scientists with over 100+ combined years in shelter and forecasting experience, our approach methodology is to professionally and confidentially complete the designs and covertly construct the facility while ALWAYS working in the best interest of our Clients.