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Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue

DVI routinely supports the design, engineering, and implementation of cable and infrastructure systems, also in conjunction with the design and installation of CCTV security and card access control systems.


Jones Day (JD) is the 3rd largest law firm in America and is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.  DVI has worked with the firm over the years on a number of projects at both the HQ and other US locations including New York.  DVI was instrumental in the relocation of the Jones Day offices from 599 Lexington to 222 East 41st Street, Manhattan.  

DVI’s team provided a range of technology services including: design, engineering, acquisition and implementation of cable and infrastructure systems; design and construction of a Technology Center, which houses servers, core LAN/WAN switches, PBX and other central systems; provisioning of public carrier services; design and installation of CCTV security and card access control systems; and, coordination and oversight for the installation and activation of the telephone, LAN and WAN systems.  We also supported two relocations and several expansions of the firm’s Chicago, Illinois branch.

JD relocated its NY offices to twelve floors (12) in a new building.  Since that time it has occupied an additional six (6) floors in the building. DVI provided technology consulting services for all these projects. Our services for security and access control systems included performing a threat assessment and the design and implementation of an integrated CCTV and access control system.  The system featured the following:

  • Digital video recording of CCTV cameras with capability of calling up and controlling any CCTV camera from a remote location via a LAN/WAN connection.  The system has the capability of recording all 60+ cameras on a 24/7 basis at the rate of 2 frames per second for a period of 90 days.
  • Integration of the CCTV system with the access control and alarm point monitoring systems for call-up of cameras associated with an access control transaction or alarm activation.
  • Employee badging system.