Next week, several members of the Hager team will be heading to Long Beach, California for the annual Specifications Consultants in Independent Practice meeting, better known as SCIP, and the CONSTRUCT Education and Exhibits show.
We always have a great time at both events and it gives us a chance to chat with specification writers to learn how we can better help their processes and solve any pain points.
Our complete line of door hardware falls under one brand, the Hager brand, and we take pride in writing true non-proprietary specifications. We focus on being correct, clear, concise and complete to make sure all parties in the channel understand how each door opening is expected to function before it’s installed.
Keeping building occupants safe is important to us and our team of specification writers and architectural specification consultants stay up-to-date on the latest building codes. Brian Clarke, our Director of Specifications and Technical Support has authored several articles on the subject: Access Control: Door Hardware and Code Compliance and High Use Buildings and the Selection of Code-Compliant Hardware are just a few.
If you listen to the Archispeak podcast you’re already aware that there is an opportunity to win a special prize at the Hager booth. If you haven’t…you may want to try and fit it in on the flight. Check out episode 150 here.
We hope you’ll stop by booth 743 and see the latest in our electronic access control product line Hager powered by Salto including the new AElement – Fusion electronic lock and KS – Keys as a Service platform.
We look forward to seeing you and making more memories!