This Emergency Command Center was manufactured by Mobile Concepts for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. The 35-foot center features two 10-foot slideouts, an electric-powered awning, and flush-mounted LED scene lights.
The rear entry door provides access to the interior lavatory and an exterior shower. This gelcoat fiberglass trailer is pre-wired for a Land-Mobile Satellite system.
A ten-foot slideout accommodates seating for this 13-person conference room. All wiring for electronic devices and antennas, as well as a 40-inch LED TV are included in this private space.
In the communication area, a kitchen galley provides some basic comforts for personnel while in the field.
The 10-foot electric slideout provides plenty of walkthrough space for the four work station. Each station has all necessary data and electricity ports needed for personnel.
The electrical panel system in the control area includes a combination 120-volt and 12-volt digital amp and volt meters for monitoring power. Internal wiring is easily accessed by using the conveniently located hinged access panel.
This Emergency Command Center, or Incident Command, built by Mobile Concepts, serves as a temporary operations center for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
The command center supports communications and coordination during water- and power-related emergencies. It assists the department in restoring the critical infrastructure and services as quickly as possible.
This temporary command and control unit is ready to deploy at a moment’s notice with all of the electronics, audio/video, communications equipment, radios and cameras necessary for a fully functional command center.