Nothing is more distracting to young students than joyful playground sounds or the energy and excitement of kids laughing and chattering down a hallway. Passing conversations, random shouts, even just shuffling footsteps are often all it takes to disrupt a classroom.
Noise is annoying. Slamming doors. Jackhammers tearing up the street. Car alarms going off in the middle of the night. But did you know that noise might hurt your health and even students’ ability to learn?
The range of occupancy types on a campus and the variety of door openings needed to meet the requirements of each space can vary greatly. Setting aside a campus's ongoing requirements for door openings that meet life safety and security codes, provide access control, and are thermally efficient, there are many special door opening attributes to be considered.
Faced with an aging housing access control system, the University of Alaska Anchorage turned to ASSA ABLOY for a reliable system capable of integrating with its existing residential operations management software.