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Chapter 3: The Tool 19 3.7 Worksheet 6, Cost-Util & Strengths After cost data have been updated for GSMs on the short list, cost per util is calculated in Work- sheet 6 (shown in Figure 7). The user can sort Cells A11 to M112 in this worksheet in descend- ing order in Column H (cost per util) to further prioritize the short list, with the lowest cost per util suggesting the largest security improvement per dollar. Selection of candidate security measures should not be based solely on these sorts. The user should carefully assess strengths and weaknesses of the security measures (Columns J and K) and add additional information as needed (Column L). Further consideration of strengths, weak- nesses, variations, and costs may be needed. Suppliers should be contacted for specific informa- tion, product demonstrations, and on-site equipment trials. Other organizations should also be consulted regarding selection of the final options, particularly the U.S. Coast Guard and Captain of the Port, local law enforcement, and security experts. Changes should be made to GSM description or characterization (Columns A through E) based on this further research, which can be entered in Worksheet 3, Characterization. This may also cause changes in applicability ranks, which should be edited in Worksheet 4, Applicability Ranks, and changes in costs data should be made in Worksheet 5, Costs. A B C D E F G H I J K L 1 COST PER "UTIL" AND GSM STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES 2 INSTUCTIONS 3 Sort Cells A11 to M112 on this sheet in descending order in Column H. Add more information for comparing GSMs in Columns J, K, and L. 4 Use Sheet 3 to change characterization information (Columns A through E). 5 Use Sheet 5 to change cost information (Column G). 6 7 CHARACTERIZATION OF SECURITY MEASURES Annualized Costs Other Information 8 Annulized Cost Per Additional Information GSM System Cost "Util" Developed by the User (e.g., sensitivity) 9 # Method Category GSM Options and Variations of GSM ($/yr/syst) Strengths Weaknesses 10 1 Fencing / Retractable Ramp/ Wedge, Manual or automatic raising and lowering; Ground surface modification for Effective retractable vehicle barrier, Barriers Vehicle in-ground mounted some products rated as high as DOS K12/ installation. Not very aesthetic. May some raise in 2 seconds, often Deterrents L3. $9,000 $285 cause injury to occupant or vehicle fire. remains operational after vehicle Maintenance procedures (i.e., impact. 11 cleaning, lubrication). 2 Fencing / Retractable Bollards, Hydraulic, electro-hydraulic, or manual Outer aesthetic covering can be Effective retractable vehicle barrier. Barriers Vehicle retractable retraction into ground. Some products rated damaged and need to be replaced. Inexpensive to install and maintain. Deterrents (steel or concrete) as high as DOS K12/ L3 depending on $720 $21 May need engineering analysis to Can be aesthetically tailored in wide installation. ensure robust design to meet specific variety of sizes. 12 needs. 3 Fencing / Retractable Ramp/ wedge, Manual or automatic operation. Chain Barriers Vehicle surface mounted reinforcements increase anti-ram capability, Easy installation, may be temporary Lower anti-ram ability than in-ground Deterrents but substantially lower anti-ram ratings than $4,783 $144 or permanent. mounted ramps/ wedges. in-ground mounted ramps (listed separately). 13 4 Fencing / Retractable Booms and Crash Manual, automatic, or portable. Range from Barriers Vehicle Beams minimal anti-ram capability to DOS K4/L2 or May damage vehicles with poorly timed Best for frequent vehicle access Deterrents (sliding or swing higher. $5,877 $177 closure. Has less anti-ram capability needs. gates) than ramps or bollards 14 5 Fencing / Retractable Traffic controllers Spring-mounted to allow safe one-way travel, Barriers Vehicle ("tire teeth") or retractable (with access control) to allow Common in parking lot applications, Inadvertent tire damage from vehicles Deterrents two-way travel. Wrong-way penetration $2,550 $80 easily installed by construction backing up or traveling in the wrong distance can be reduced with low speed companies. direction. 15 conditions. 6 Fencing / Fixed Vehicle Bollards, Variable anti-ram capability. Some products Outer aesthetic covering can be Barriers Deterrent, fixed/stationary rated as high as DOS K12/ L3 depending on Inexpensive to install and maintain. damaged and need to be replaced. Pedestrian (concrete or steel) installation. $450 $11 Can be aesthetically tailored in wide May need engineering analysis to Access variety of sizes. ensure robust design to meet specific 16 needs. 7 Fencing / Fixed Vehicle Decorative Crash- Wide variety of aesthetic options, metal or Barriers Deterrent, Rated Barrier concrete. Variable anti-ram capability. Some Aesthetically tailored, anti-ram rated, May promote undesirable loitering. Pedestrian (spheres, benches, products rated as high as DOS K12/ L3 $350 $8 without creating a "security" Options such as trees obscure broad Access bike racks, trees, etc.) depending on installation. atmosphere. view. 17 8 Fencing / Fixed Vehicle Jersey Barriers, Various styles, lengths, shapes, colors, can Plastic versions require water-filling Highly configurable, low cost and Barriers Deterrent, portable be arranged end-to-end, or in multiple rows, source and drainage area, and can maintenance, empty water-filled Pedestrian (water filled or steel and anchored to increase anti-ram capability $240 $6 have freezing problems. Concrete units weigh less than 200 lbs and Access reinforced concrete) for equivalence to DOS K12. versions require a substantial forklift or are easy to transport. 18 9 Fencing / Fixed Vehicle Planters Standard planters (i.e., not attached to the Aesthetically tailored vehicle Barriers Deterrent, (standard) ground) vary in size. deterrent, planter contents may be May become a projectile when rammed Figure 7. View of Worksheet 6, Cost-Util & Strengths.