The goal of Caledonia, Ontario, Canada’s MontHill Golf and Country Club is to become one of the premier clubs in the region. Its 27-hole golf course has some of the nicest manicured greens in the area. With three different nine-hole courses, golfers have the opportunity to mix and match their plays in order to enjoy a unique experience with every visit. This state-of-the-art facility opened their golfing season with a sports bar, steakhouse, indoor golf simulators, and up to four banquet halls; thus, making it a year-round functioning club.
The United States European Command (USEUCOM), based in Stuttgart, Germany, conducts military operations and international military engagement in defense of U.S and transatlantic security. USEUCOM directs operations of more than 50,000 personnel across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. Its Mission Command Center comprises the Joint Operations Center (JOC), its strategic and operational hub, and the Senior Decision Cell (SDC), a high-end briefing center and situation room.
Aeroturn LLC, a leading turnstile manufacturer, announced that the company is currently manufacturing multiple types of ADA-compliant turnstile lanes for five different GSA sites on the Northeast, West and East coasts. Aeroturn is currently a national preferred manufacturer and installer of turnstiles for multiple federal and state agencies due to past and current performance.
The National Center for International Schools (NCIS) houses both the Chinese American International School and French American International School in San Francisco. Both these schools are pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and pride themselves on rigorous academic training, combined with cultural awareness and investigation.
Ocean Blue Car Wash, Prescott Valley, Ariz., has deployed or is upgrading to 3xLOGIC 32 4MP-camera video surveillance systems at four of its locations to date. DC Pro Systems is the integrator of record as it continues to install and maintain a growing number of Ocean Blue locations.
ISONAS Inc., an IP access control and hardware solution and part of the Allegion family of brands, announced its access control solution was selected by Oakwood University Church in Huntsville, Ala. The Oakwood University Church provides spiritual nurture to over 2,000 members and 1,600 students on the campus of Oakwood University, a historical African American university founded in 1896. In the spring of 2016, Oakwood University Church security personnel conducted a comprehensive security assessment of the campus and submitted its recommendations to the church’s senior pastor, Dr. Carlton Byrd. It was recommended that the church needed to improve security at their facilities and make major changes in the way access was controlled. Instead of having hundreds of keys assigned to staff members, the church needed to control access electronically and wire all entrances and doors for an automated entry system. To meet this new requirement, the church needed to find an access control solution that was easy to manage from one unified platform, while also integrating seamlessly with its existing video surveillance system. The church felt ISONAS was the perfect choice for this.
Boon Edam Inc., a global leader in security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced that a revived office building in London, 40 Lime Street, has installed an all-glass Crystal TQ revolving door at the main entrance, in addition to two sets of Speedlane Slide optical turnstiles for increased lobby security.
The arena for the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings, the Little Caesars Arena, has been enhanced with a state-of-the-art security operations center (SOC) to assure safety and security. The Little Caesars Arena is the first arena in the United States to earn DHS/Safety Act Certification and was awarded the 2018 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal.
Father Joe’s Villages, a non-profit organization with a mission to prevent and end homelessness in San Diego, has chosen to install security cameras from Hanwha Techwin to ensure the safety of its clients, staff, and volunteers.
The Chumash believe they have a special responsibility to provide restorative hospitality to their guests. In Chumash culture, it is unforgivable to let a visitor who is tired, stressed, or depleted leave their home without making every effort to restore that guest. Simply providing food and shelter is not enough. It is their obligation to transform their guests so that they can leave ready to face the challenges of their journey. Delivering restorative indulgence is their way of repairing body and soul, which defines Chumash-style hospitality.