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Finding a balance between securing buildings and keeping a friendly campus feel is not easy, but the right openings solutions can help. Advanced access control technology, like AccessNsite, can give campus security teams more control over their environment. Click here to read the case study

By combining beautiful modern design with advanced access control technology, American Direct & AccessNsite were able to deliver a totally integrated safety and security solution that met the form, functionality, and budget of the end user. Click here to read the case study

Renovation projects can be like those curious box of chocolates…you never know what you’re going to get into. American Direct faced the challenges of the Russell Hall renovation head on and is poised to continue assisting renovation and new construction in the student housing industry and beyond. Click here to…

An enterprise like Nebraska Methodist Health System is focused on keeping staff, patients, and visitors safe and it uses a range of security measures to do this. A critical safety measure for NMHS is access control at the door opening. NMHS’s Director of Public Safety, Matt Shaw, learned that the…

Keeping up with innovations in the ever-changing tides of the door supplier industry has never been more relevant and important to providing customers with safe, efficient, and profitable spaces. AccessNsite will continue to partner with end users, design teams, contractors, and integrators to deliver totally integrated safety and security solutions. …

The name of the game at 9 Walton is “customizable.” The residents could customize anything beyond the entry door. American Direct’s flexibility to provide value-added engineering, in addition to product procurement, created the perfect combination for total openings solutions at 9 Walton. Click here to read the case study

One Subcontractor, Not Two Physical security is not just hardware but the systems that control them. The traditional contract hardware distributor is terrified by anything with a wire hanging out of it and the Division 28 integrator is frightened of mechanical door hardware. Why can’t physical security and electronic security…