Aeroturn turnstiles awarded five GSA sites

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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

OXFORD, Conn.—Aeroturn LLC, a manufacturer offering 100 percent made-in-the-U.S.A. turnstiles, is currently manufacturing multiple types of turnstile lanes—all ADA compliant—for five different GSA sites on the northeast, west and east coasts. 

Nationwide security provider, eVigilant Security, that specializes in physical and cyber security for government clients, chose Aeroturn products for the GSA sites due to their past relationship, dating all the way back to 2008. Both companies joined forces to implement turnstiles for several Presidential Transition office locations and knew that it was a powerful partnership. 

“eVigilant was instrumental in the GSA process due to their relationship and corporate structure with several of the federal protection services security forces,” Michael Stoll, VP of technical sales & marketing, Aeroturn, said in the announcement. “Once we were able to present our products and past performance with the USSS Technical Services Division, it was an easy decision for the DOJ-leased, professional space decision makers to choose Aeroturn.” 

The current GSA projects will be completed with the successful long-term teamwork of eVigilant and Aeroturn. 

“Working with Aeroturn over the past decade has proven to be a powerful collaboration,” Daivd Einsig, VP sales, eVigilant, said. “We look forward to continuing our combined efforts to help keep government facilities safe and secure.” 

As part of the bid process, Aeroturn provided drawings and renderings prior to being awarded the GSA contracts. Each GSA location has its own unique security safety requirements and needed a manufacturer who could adhere to strict compliance guidelines. 

All work at each location must be performed during off-hours or weekends due to the high level of security required to secure each lobby/door. Aeroturn has performed recent site evaluations and investigations regarding infrastructure at the multiple GSA sites and will assist with future security plans.