Although security can be a strong element of identifying the culprit in a crime, at Conzer Security we look at ways to prevent the problem in the first place.
Founded in 1847, Hare Chevrolet is one of the oldest transportation companies in the United States. Now in its sixth generation of family ownership, Hare Chevrolet continues to sell new and used cars to families in Noblesville, Indiana, with projections to sell more than 4,000 cars in 2012. In 1999, Hare Chevrolet expanded into a 50,000 square foot dealership including a service center, showroom, administrative area and child’s playroom.
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The project called for Conzer to design, install and/or integrate WTS’ video surveillance, intrusion alarm, access control, network, audio and fire systems.
“What made this project unique was the level of integration, the number of systems that had to work together and the unique functionality requested, coupled with the need to prevent breaches or failures under nearly any circumstance,” says Conzer COO Jeremiah Conley. “We had not had any projects requiring this level of functionality in a single phase and in such a short timeframe.”
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There once was this company called CDE Manufacturing. CDE made widgets that were technologically and chemically advanced. The production of the widgets had to be controlled within specific temperature parameters and then the final product inventory had to be held in a tight humidity and temperature controlled environment.