Looking to improve security at the Faribault County Courthouse, Jail and Ag Administration Center, AISG wins the bid to upgrade surveillance, access control and mapping functions that report to each other. The Faribault County Courthouse in Blue Earth, MN, dates back to 1882 and the building is original construction with a clay style roof, stone and red brick exterior, golden oak wood floors, etched stained glass and a spiral staircase that takes you to a seven-story corner tower. The initial part of the installation entails pulling Cat 5 cable. The maximum security Faribault County Jail is 60 feet north of the Courthouse. Special attention is given to the holding area within the Courthouse where prisoners are transported back and forth from the jail. AISG designs a system keeping in mind the decor of the courthouse, the high level of security needed in the jail and the safety of county personnel. The bulk of the work is at the jail but overall AISG installs more than 130 high resolution IP cameras and over 30 access control readers programmed with multiple access levels via key fob and thermal wristband credentials throughout the three facilities.
Access Control System
Programming & Testing