Safety & Security: Facility Security
Investing In Access Control Can Enhance Security, Bottom Line
by Nicholas Brown November 2008
Investing in intelligent access control systems not only can enhance a facility's security, but also its bottom line.
Toxicity Scare Has Synthetic Turf Makers Scrambling to Clean Up Their Image
by Andrew Cohen July 2008
A synthetic turf toxicity scare has field owners concerned and manufacturers scrambling to clean up their image.
Cast As Safe Havens, Some Rec Centers Must Deal with Violence
by Nicholas Brown July 2008
Cast as safe havens, some recreation centers are forced to take aim at violent crime.
Court Blocks Locker Room Video Surveillance
by John T. Wolohan and Xinxian Zou July 2008
Citing inherent student privacy rights, the Sixth Circuit Court blocks locker room video surveillance.
Synthetic Turf Makers Hope Random Tests Will End Toxicity Scare
by Andrew Cohen May 2008
Synthetic turf industry officials hope that the planned random testing of fields by two federal agencies will end this spring's turf-toxicity scare.
Bleacher Theft From Parks and Fields Attributed to Cost of Steel
by Nicholas Brown March 2008
Widespread bleachers theft from parks and sports fields is being attributed to dramatic spikes in prices for raw metals.
24-Hour Clubs Experience Unique Combination of Revenue and Risk
by Andrew Cohen February 2008
Offering 24-hour access to club members adds some combination of revenues, expenses and risk.
Enemy at the Gates
by Paul Steinbach May 2006
Still widely regarded as prime terrorism targets, stadiums and arenas must adhere to post-9/11 security vigilance at the turnstiles and beyond.
by Andrew Cohen August 2004
Advances in technology and a renewed focus on implementation are bringing about a brave new world in building security
Securing Sports Facilities, Post-9/11
by Andrew Cohen November 2001
By now the images of terror and destruction, so familiar that they replay daily in the minds of many, have lost a little of their power to shock and awe. Americans - unexpected witnesses to a yearlong salvage operation in lower Manhattan, a crippled economy nationwide and the prospect of a war that promises no tidy resolution - have begun to steel themselves for a future very different from the one they might have imagined on Sept. 10.