In this Issue

  • B.I.G. new security booth offers enhanced visibility for guards inside
  • Dressing up a standard booth – the new Park La Brea model
  • The importance of building a guard shelter for your specific climate

Guard Booth Construction Check-List

You need the toughest perimeter security your budget will permit...

WATCH OUR VIDEO before you prepare a spec for your perimeter guard shelter, watch this 90-second video that will provide many of the key considerations your spec will need to contain.

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Bundled Freight Saves Shipping Costs

What many of our customers don’t know, and are pleasantly surprised to see when we provide them with a "firm" freight cost, is that we bundle our shipments to keep freight costs down.


The new Slope-Front Trooper incorporates large, outward sloping windows at vehicle approach ends.

These window panels—at both entry and exit--were expressly designed to allow security personnel inside the booth to have...READ MORE

Some booths need to be climate-centric and highly mobile

“Our booth is suited exactly for our desert climate. We chose B.I.G. because of the great selection of features and designs available on their website. The heating and cooling system is well designed and we are able to move the booths with a forklift to position our security where we need it.”

--A major California event venue

B.I.G.'s products are listed and available on the GSA Contract Schedule GS-07F-0169T.