Security Booth Design and Architecture

When it comes to facility security, close collaboration between building architects, landscape architects, structural engineers and security specialists can create highly secure and extraordinary designs. Controlled access points are key to secure any site and a security booth plays a major role in site access control. The focus of this blog is architectural security guard house design. Security booth design should reflect the same architectural style as the facility being secured. Guard booths should be an extension of the building, harmonizing with the other site architectural design elements and the surrounding aesthetics. Par-Kut International provides architectural guard house designs that enable the specifier to complement the existing design elements.

Par-Kut can incorporate site design features by using matching glass in the windows, applying specific paint colors, wall shapes, wall panels with reveals, adding exterior raised rib wall treatments, factory adhered brick veneer or a prep for site installed masonry or stonework. Gable and hip style roof lines, standing seam metal, flat, parapet style and even curved or barrel shaped roof treatments are available. If vehicular traffic allows, the inspection areas can be sheltered with an extended roof overhang off the booth to enable the inspection officer to process visitors during inclement weather.

Security Booth 18-037
Security Booth 18-037
Security Booth Design
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