Specialized Housing Complex Gets Special System

For Warner Transitional Services (WTS), a residential housing facility in Carmel, Ind., for adults with intellectual/ developmental and behavioral disabilities, providing a secure environment in which its clients could live and learn was imperative. Citing “a superior understanding of our situation, reasonableness of installation costs and first-class technical expertise,” local systems integrator Conzer Security was hired to fulfill that need.

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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Process Improvement Prevents Manufacturing Problems From Shutting You Down

Process Improvement Prevents Manufacturing Problems From Shutting You Down

You might not think of security as a problem solving industry, but all of us here at Conzer Security do. In fact, it is our reputation for solving problems that is the impetus for many of the free security consultations we do.

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3 MYTHS ABOUT SECURITY IN SCHOOLS

 

3 MYTHS ABOUT SECURITY IN SCHOOLS

Security, just like education, is something everyone wants to see happening in schools in the United States. Although that is the case in most minds, there continues to be pushback from the idea of installing security systems and processes in schools.

Here at Conzer Security , we are working with many school districts and corporations to take a proactive stance in regard to security rather than waiting to react to a problem. Some are starting with intercom systems and locked doors with doorbells for entrance. Others are installing access control systems on outside doors.
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