Archive of: Security Consulting

  • Ben Scaglione joins DVS as Director of Health Care Security
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    Ben Scaglione joins DVS as Director of Health Care Security

    Ben Scaglione joins DVS as Director of Health Care Security
  • Detroit's New Little Caesars Arena Officially Opens
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    Detroit's New Little Caesars Arena Officially Opens

    Little Caesars Arena is the anchor project for a new 50-block redevelopment in downtown Detroit simply known as, “The District Detroit,” a world-class sports and entertainment development that spans five neighborhoods and includes six theaters/performing art centers and four professional sports teams.
  • The New Sandy Hook School – Rethinking School Security
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    The New Sandy Hook School – Rethinking School Security

    On August 29th, the new Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut will open its doors to students for the first time. Through DVS’s involvement in the design and construction of the school, new standards for school-based security measures have been developed.
  • DVS Securing Rare Copy of the Declaration of Independence
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    DVS Securing Rare Copy of the Declaration of Independence

    DVS, a division of Ross & Baruzzini, was recently appointed security consultant and engineer for the Olin Library at Washington University, where a rare copy of the Declaration is set to become the centerpiece of a new exhibit. DVS is designing all of the electronic security systems for the space, including video surveillance, access control, and intrusion detection and investigating a number of cutting edge technologies to help preserve and protect the document.
  • See forever: The opening of the World Trade Center Observation Deck
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    See forever: The opening of the World Trade Center Observation Deck

    DVS, a division of Ross & Baruzzini, recently helped open the One World Observatory, the Observation Deck located at the top of One World Trade Center. The event was a capstone to more than a decade of work on the 1,776 foot tall building, which anchors the rebuilt World Trade Center and a revamped lower Manhattan skyline.