Access Control

Access Control

Caruth offers a full, turnkey access control solution. During development, Caruth designs and installs the access control system. Once the building is occupied, Caruth services the building’s access control system to verify that the system is compliant and operating as intended.


The purpose of an access control system is to manage and regulate entry to a physical or digital space. It ensures that only authorized individuals are granted access while preventing unauthorized entry. By employing various authentication methods such as keycards, biometrics, or passwords, access control systems protect assets, maintain security, and safeguard sensitive information. They enable organizations to control and monitor user permissions, restricting access to specific areas or data based on individual roles or clearance levels. Access control systems enhance overall safety, prevent security breaches, deter theft or vandalism, and maintain data integrity, thereby safeguarding both physical and digital resources.


Physical access control systems encompass various methods and technologies to manage entry to physical spaces. Some common types include keycard systems, where individuals use electronically encoded cards to gain access. Proximity card systems rely on radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to grant access when a card is held near a reader. Keypad systems require individuals to enter a PIN code to unlock doors or gates. Caruth’s team is familiar with most types of physical access control systems.

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