DoorTek Completes Major Access Control Project at Calgary Office Park

Hundreds of readers, controllers and new software implemented to secure facility


IRVING, Texas -- Integrated Security Systems, Inc. (ISSI), announced that it's wholly owned subsidiary, DoorTek Corporation, has recently completed a major system upgrade at the Petro-Canada Centre located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

DoorTek Corporation, a world leader in access control and correctional security electronics products, along with Jarret ESP Services, Ltd. completed a complex security system upgrade at the Petro-Canada Centre. This system upgrade includes more than 380 HID i-Class card readers, more than 60 new 200-series DoorTek controllers, and the new DoorTek DT-2001 Access Control Management software. This upgrade replaces an existing DoorTek system that was originally installed in 1984. Petro-Canada Centre, a Class AA office project jointly owned by Brookfield Properties Corporation and ARCI, Ltd., is the tallest high-rise office complex in western Canada.

"This highly complex system upgrade was completed with minimal down-time to the end user. The smooth transition is a tribute to our maintenance of a completely compatible design across the range of our products and the technical expertise of our distributor: Jarret ESP Services. Having a twenty-year-old system on line is something that few access control system providers can boast of and this fact alone is a tribute to our over-all product quality," stated Robert Gardner, President of DoorTek Corporation.

"The Petro-Canada Centre project is indicative of the value DoorTek brings to the ISSI family of companies and we are looking forward to more good things to come from this fine organization going forward," said C. A. Rundell, Jr., Chairman and CEO of ISSI.