Come to booth #1263 to see a few of TAG’s products in action. The TAGsas, TAGzap, and TAGlink systems will all be showcased for the first time.
TAG has been awarded a project for the supply and installation of (3) Crash Rated Gates for a project in New York. TAG looks to continue its track record of high quality for this particular long time customer.
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TAG continues to perform quality work at locations throughout the US. This is highlighted by the continued high demand for TAG’s products and services from previous and new customers. TAG’s primary focus is on quality and reliable work making the site safe and secure. Contact us for a list of references ready and willing to…Details
The project included removing existing hydraulic barriers and replacing with new RSS2000 K12 rated Electric Barriers. The site had numerous issues and spent a ton of money attempting to fix reoccurring problems and finally decided to replace the units. TAG is pleased to leave another customer happy.
TAG would like to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July. Enjoy the day off and time with the family, and please be safe. Do remember the meaning of this date as it is an important piece of our country’s history. God Bless America!
06.29.12 TAG develops and integrates a new state of the art safety rated device for Vehicle Barriers and ACPs called the TAG SAS
The new TAG SAS (patent pending) is a system designed by TAG that is much more reliable than safety loops and IR Beams. Everyone has had a loop trip or fail but the TAG SAS will never fail. It can read and process objects as small as a leaf, to objects the size of a…Details
TAG recently completed and successfully passed the world’s second largest and most complex PVT (Performance Verification Test) test for an ACP/ Vehicle Barrier System . The 170 page PVT covered systems recently installed at a building outside of DC. It included two TAGlink TCU’s, one BDL Node, (2) Secondary Custom Touch Screens, (1) Primary Custom Touch…Details
TAG wishes you and your family a safe and relaxing Memorial Day. Take some time today, as we will, to remember those brave men and women that fought and died for our country’s freedom.
TAG supplied, installed, and integrated high security products for a location in Maryland. The site will be utilizing the TAGlink ACP system to seamlessly tie in all access control point locations. Contact TAG for more information about how this technology is leading the industry into a higher realm of quality and accountability.
TAG successfully designed, installed, integrated, and tested an all encompassing TAGlink system at a project in Falls Church, VA which included vehicle barriers, traffic arms, signs and signals, EFO buttons, ER systems, BDLs, LU signs, RBL lanes, VICSYS, MCCON and the most advanced perimeter intelligence system in the industry . The project is the second…Details
TAG looks to start an ACP project in the midwest. The integration package will be tailored to match the customer’s needs. The project is scheduled to be completed in the next couple of months.
TAG’s quality controls and programming (TAGlink system) are once again to be utilized for an existing location. Integration of the barrier, gates and controls was originally attempted 3 years ago by a fence contractor but after several miscues and issues, the site was ready to implement a proven system package that will prolong the life…Details
TAG begins the installation of crash beams and bollards at a location in New Mexico. This is the third project TAG will be installing in this area as the customer has continually been impressed with the high level of quality provided.
On a celebratory evening in Washington DC, TAG received the Washington Building Council Award for Special Projects for the tremendous work done at the DOD/Mark Center project Active Vehicle Barriers. The ceremony was filled with like minded craftsman whose main goal on a project is to provide the highest quality work to the end user.…Details
TAG is in the process of implementing another TAGlink Access Control Point system at a building in DC. This system will seamlessly integrate and tie in vehicle barriers, traffic arms, signs and signals package, wrong way, multiple controls points, (2) TAGlink TCUs and a centralized control and monitoring system. It will have the event recording…Details
After a 6 month process, TAG is in its final stages of completing a full government certification of its TAGlink Access Control Point System. This will be the first ACP/barrier system in the industry to have this certification. Contact us for more information regarding this system and its certification.
TAG successfully completed another security project. This time it included the supply and installation of crash rated beams.
TAG has been notified that it has been awarded the SAME Huntsville Engineering Firm of the Year award for 2011. TAG is extremely honored to even have been considered for such an award and looks forward to continuing to provide quality results in 2012.
TAG was nominated for the WBC award two months ago by Clark Construction for the security work performed at the Mark Center (BRAC133) Project, which included the largest and most advanced Access Control Point Vehicle Barrier system in the world. Today, TAG was officially awarded the WBC Craftsmanship Award for Special projects. We are extremely…Details
Among many other projects currently in the queue, TAG deploys technicians to a Government Building in West Virginia to finalize installation of high security beam barrier. TAG also looks to start a large BRAC project this month. It will be a very large TAGlink ACP project that will be tied to a larger secure networked…Details
TAG completes a large vehicle barrier and final denial ACP project for a location in Virginia. The PVT is scheduled for the end of this month and is expected to go very well.
TAG has been nominated for the Washington Building Congress Workmanship Award for its extremely detailed and high quality work performed at the BRAC133 Mark Center. TAG is honored for the nomination and looks forward to continuing its focus on Vehicle Barrier, Access Control, and Integration excellence.