Lincoln Property Company Installs Electronic Fire/Emergency Pre-Plan Program in Major High Rise

Lincoln Property Company Installs Electronic Fire/Emergency Pre-Plan Program in Major High Rise

CommandScope Launches at 120 South LaSalle Street: All Emergency Information Available to Security Personnel and First Responders Electronically

Chicago (PRWEB) October 14, 2009

Lincoln Property Company, one of the nation's largest property management firms with offices internationally, announced they have installed RealView's CommandScope™ Electronic Fire Emergency Pre-Plan program at the new Private Bank Headquarters building located at 120 South LaSalle Street. CommandScope includes all of the life/safety information required by first responders - fire and police - in the event of an incident.

CommandScope is installed in the management office and on a touch-screen computer at the security desk in the lobby. The program provides building construction details, evacuation plans, contact information, location of tenants with disabilities, floor plans for every floor, fire protection details, building photos, fire hydrant locations and much more. CommandScope is intuitive to use, easy to navigate, and is available 24-7.

"CommandScope brings together all the critical emergency response information necessary to manage an incident from a Lincoln command center, either on-site or remotely," said Robert Quast, Lincoln Property Company's Vice President of Property Management. "The system also provides our emergency response teams with the capacity to initiate and manage business continuity efforts to keep our tenants in business and minimize the cost of restoration to our clients."

The staff at Lincoln Property is able to effortlessly manage and update data in CommandScope for first responders and off-site Lincoln support teams who need to access and digest information immediately in an emergency situation. This is one of the most valuable features for Lincoln Property.

According to Quast, "For first responders and off-site managers who are not immediately familiar with the building, being able to find detailed, specific and accurate information is as easy as navigating a touch-screen building directory and can save crucial minutes in an emergency situation."

In addition to having data available on touch screen computers in the building, data is available to first responders on their vehicle computers even without an Internet connection. CommandScope's smart client architecture can also provide interoperability to mutual aid responders and police departments. Updating information is simple so plans are always current in case of an emergency, an important feature that is in line with today's Homeland Security policies and recommendations.

CommandScope is used for pre-planning facilities all across the country. Most recently, Loyola University became first university in the U. S. to use CommandScope to implement a fully electronic pre-plan to help lessen property damage and prevent loss of lives as a result of campus fires. Loyola has pre-plans of more than 70 buildings on multiple campuses with CommandScope, increasing the safety of its more than 15,000 students.

Property owners and managers, fire departments, universities, hotels and long-term assisted living facilities are benefiting from easy access to standardized electronic pre-plans. From North Charleston to North Aurora, thousands of buildings have improved their safety, compliance and achieved accreditation.

For more information about the use of CommandScope, contact David J. Howorka, Executive Vice President of RealView, LLC at 312-284-2032.

About RealView, LLC

RealView, (www. RealViewLLC. com) a technology company based in Chicago, provides mobile software solutions for numerous verticals including real estate, retail, education, health care, hospitality, aviation, GSA and emergency services. With easy-to-use software that handles everything from emergency plans to building floor plans, RealView users can update and share information in real time rather than going through a typical paper-and-clipboard process. RealView helps building professionals and emergency personnel handle everything from day-to-day building operations to serious emergencies.

About Lincoln Property Company

Lincoln Property Company (www. lpc. com) was founded in 1965 as a developer and manager of high-quality residential communities and expanded its line of business to include commercial real estate. Today, Lincoln Property Company is one of the most respected and diversified service firms in the United States, employing thousands of experienced, dedicated people who serve a growing client base that reaches coast-to-coast, as well as into Mexico and Europe.

For more information, press only:

Erika Gimbel, Vagus, Inc. (312) 670-1200


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