Honoring a 232-year reputation for quality, the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, has deployed a Pelco IP-based video surveillance system in its new Casino Club gaming facility. Designed and built by North American Video (NAV) and M. Malia and Associates (MMA), the video surveillance system features approximately 400 cameras installed in a building designated as a National Historic Landmark.
“The design/build for The Greenbrier was unique because we needed to utilize parts of the building's historical infrastructure and architecture while fulfilling the requirement for a full-featured IP solution utilizing an intelligent approach to managing the system,” said Laurie Jackson, VP, Gaming Sales, North American Video.
“The video surveillance system at the new Casino Club presented unique design and installation challenges given our objective to preserve the building's architectural beauty and integrity while implementing sophisticated IP-based surveillance capabilities,” said Angela O'Neill, Director of Surveillance at The Greenbrier. “MMA and NAV did a tremendous job working around the physical constraints of the facility and delivered a video surveillance system that provides the detailed coverage, control and archiving capabilities we wanted without any compromises.”