Growing demands for security across institutions and industry have inevitably produced corresponding requirements for increasingly complicated door hardware. Codes and regulations continue to change, adding confusion and time to the process of specifying door hardware.
Access to the proper tools and resources, as well as expert consultants, can streamline the specification process. Allegion offers specification writing, substitution requests, AIA-approved training, code consulting and other services to help architects specify the right door hardware solution for every type of project.
Allegion provides a wide variety of AIA registered courses on door hardware, access control, electronic security and codes and compliance.
Allegion employs 150 architectural consultants throughout the U.S. and around the world. Allegion experts are well-versed on local and national building codes, the unique needs of various types of facilities and access control and egress requirements.
At Allegion, we are pioneering safety by protecting people where they live and work, and protecting our environment at the same time. We promote the health and safety of our employees, customers and local community members worldwide through our commitment to conducting business in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
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Allegion’s Overtur™ is a cloud-based suite of tools where architects and door hardware consultants can come together to collaborate on specifications and the security design of doors and openings.
Allegion's Spec Exchange plug-ins for Revit simplify the door scheduling process, making it more efficient and effective. Through a suite of innovative plug-ins, Spec Exchange delivers a more robust Revit experience - one that is easy to navigate, simple to use and developed with only the features that architects find most valuable.