Mr. Ahrens is a well-known security/resilience leader, whose accomplishments span the globe. He has facilitated risk, loss, shrinkage and created technological and operation controls for Tall buildings both domestically and internationally. He is well known for the development of strategic operational, technical and physical security programs for a myriad of Clients. Culminating decades of achievement in the security space, Mr. Ahrens, in 2014, received two awards for security innovation for his contributions on the Doha Qatar Petroleum Headquarters project.
Mr. Ahrens has also offered thought leadership in the development of security standards and guides. A former founding member of the ASIS commission on guidelines, he has contributed to a number of security guides and standards and continues his work now with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). In this role, he is developing a security guideline to assist developers and owners in the selection, of security controls for tall buildings and urban habitats.
Mr. Ahrens continues his thought leadership with resilience, master planning, risk/threat/vulnerability assessment and security technology design. His experience includes surveillance, control enter design, convergence, PSIM, Access Control, Door hardware, Intrusion Detection and he has professional competence in higher threats/vulnerabilities involving chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats, force protection, and related pedestrian screening technologies.
25 Jul 2019, CTBUH Publication – This guide explores critical tall building security factors—such as…
Research Kick-off Meeting: Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators
30 Aug 2016, Event Report – The kick-off meeting for the CTBUH research project on rope-less, non-vertical…
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