Blast from the past
- To boost security, high-rises likely to have higher prices. Slania, John // Crain's Detroit Business;5/13/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p14
Focuses on the plans of architects and developers for additional security features of office buildings in the U.S. Speculation on the cost of constructing additional features; Impact of the extra features on the value of the building; Citations of the expected safety features.
- High Anxiety. Valley, Matt // National Real Estate Investor;Jul2002, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p6
Presents an article about the anxiety of entering a signature, high-rise office building in the U.S. Difficulties concerning the Aon building in Chicago, Illinois; Description of the line of people who were entering the New York Stock Exchange in New York City; Reflections about security concerns.
- Terror-hardened city takes shape. Gold, Jacqueline S. // Crain's New York Business;2/17/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p1
Focuses on the efforts made by hotels, apartment buildings and office towers in New York city to tighten security measures in view of the impending U.S.-Iraq war. Increase in police patrolling in subways and commuter trains; Purchase of safety equipment like gas masks; Issuance of survival kits...
- TERLA opens Toronto office. Weiler, Derek // Quill & Quire;Nov98, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p6
Reports the opening of the Electronic Rights Licensing Agency office in Toronto, Ontario. Development of a system used for tracking and controlling royalties for Internet and electronic copyrighted materials; Comment of executive director Robert Labossiere on the changes made in the company;...
- Security Overload at Office Buildings? Valley, Matt // National Real Estate Investor;Sep2002, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p12
Focuses on the implementation of security measures in office buildings in the U.S. Views of Paul Beitler on the security measures; Increase in security costs in several office buildings; Investment of Massey Enterprises in security upgrade.
- Battening Down the Hatches. Mattson-Teig, Beth // National Real Estate Investor;Jun2003, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p44
Reports on the security strategy for office building owners and managers in the U.S. Installation of photo imaging card access system; Investments on fingerprint scanners and optical turnstile technology; Operating cost of multi-tenant buildings.
- Access by card means a changing of guards. Temes, Judy // Crain's New York Business;3/20/95, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p24
Reports on the development of an electronic card access system to buildings as a replacement to security guards in New York state. Features of the system; Drop in demand for security guards; Implementation of a training and licensing law concerning security guards.
- New technology shrinks lines at security checks. Luxenberg, Stan // Crain's New York Business;5/12/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p38
One consequence of September 11, 2003 terrorist attacks in Manhattan, New York City has been the long lines that form as visitors wait to pass through toughened-up building security. At some prominent skyscrapers, the wait can extend to half an hour. Sometimes, tenants are even required to...
- Strong Company Security Lies in the Eye of the Cardholder. // njbiz;5/19/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p25
The article reports on the increasing number of companies that are putting emphasis on security and hiring chief security officers, according to Eric L. Levine, president of The Levine Group LLC. A new security system became operational at One Gateway Center, an office building owned by Advance...