|DOWNEY, CA, May 2, 2011:
Increasing urbanization creates new demands on architects and designers. And in this age of security concerns, how does a high population density affect the way people interact with design space? How does such a space interact with the environment? And how, in today's environment, how can architects unobtrusively add security to facilities to protect people and property?
Not least among these design challenges is that crowded spaces frequently push pedestrian paths to borders and necessitate pedestrians crossing vehicular traffic lanes, creating the potential for accidents and injuries. A good design protects pedestrians from vehicles, ubiquitously controls crowds, alleviates vehicular traffic, and shields designers from potential lawsuits.
Many architects find that bollards designed specifically for these types of security applications enhance design and optimize the protection of people and property. Calpipe Security Bollards stainless steel bollards can help you provide protection, improve space functionality and enhance design.
For architects attending the 2011 AIA Convention can visit Calpipe Security Bollards at booth #1921 to learn how to select the right bollard for their application. Those not attending are encouraged to visit www.calpipebollards.com.
About Calpipe Security Bollards
Calpipe Security Bollards, headquartered in Downey, Calif., is a division of Calpipe Industries and specializes in fixed, removable, and retractable bollards made from carbon and stainless steel. For more information about Calpipe Security Bollards, visit our website at www.calpipebollards.com.