EHDD Architecture of San Francisco designed a three-story facility with two intentionally independent wings: the collections wing and the office wing. This case study provides unique solutions to the vastly different issues encountered in the two wings of this new building.Featuring: Key Systems, Exit Devices, Closers, Electromagnetic Locks
As the cornerstone of the Carmel, Indiana, downtown arts district, The Palldium is a one-of-a-kind performance center in the Midwest. Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies partnered with CSO architects to determine the hardware needs for 400-plus openings - all while preserving the art of egress and access control, and upholding the facility's design and acoustical integrity.
Opened in late 2011, the Natural History Museum of Utah - which houses a collection of 1.2 million specimens and objects - posed a series of access control challenges that were met before the museum was even built, because the architect, integrator, and specification writer started collaborating a year and a half prior to installation of the access control system.
Could you live with yourself if something preventable happened to a student on our watch?" The answer to that question led one Midwest school corporation to work with its architectural firm to design a security solution aimed at protecting every student, staff and teacher in the district.Featuring: Access Control, Electronic Locks; Video
How do you provide access control in an area where electrical components routinely fail? This case study shows how Ingersoll Rand partnered with RSP Archiects and the University of Minnesota to provide security for their newly expanded Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR).