Fitch was recognized for a cutting-edge access control project requiring the company to install WiFi locks in the suites, bedrooms and facilities of a downtown Toronto student residence. The building, called appropriately HOEM (pronounced "home"), serves students attending nearby Ryerson University.
Accepting the award, Ed Fitchett, president and owner of Fitch, thanked his team for their diligent work, as well as the vendors and partners who contributed to the project. Read more about the award-winning installation in the October issue of SP&T News. (Images: Paul Wright)
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