University of Nebraska Lincoln Partners with Alvarado


For years, Alvarado has been the choice for Recreation & Wellness Centers throughout North America. Alvarado’s turnstiles and gates are designed to integrate with club management software and automate the member check-in process. Alvarado’s solutions are proven in the field with hundreds of campus recreation installations. While offering a wide range of solutions for any application and budget, the company’s experience ensures that each project goes smoothly.

The University of Nebraska Lincoln, partnered with Alvarado to address their turnstile needs. Amy Lanham, the Associate Director of Campus Recreation at the University of Nebraska Lincoln, shares their experience working with the company.

How were you introduced to Alvarado? Why did you decide to partner with them?  

AL: Our design team was familiar with the Alvarado products as they were the architecture firm that designed Auburn University’s recreation center. We wanted a system that would drop that barrier as the individual approached to exit the building. We also wanted a system that would grow with our recreation management software as well as our university ID interface.

What are the benefits to both the rec center and students as a result of partnership?  

AL: We have been able to streamline management of entering and exiting the facility.

Have you been pleasantly surprised by working with Alvarado in any way?

AL: The turnstiles have been very reliable. The look is high quality with great performance.

What else can you tell recreation professionals about the benefits of working with Alvarado?

AL: They have very responsive customer service and follow up to any concerns.


About Alvarado

Founded in 1956, Alvarado provides products that protect assets and control the flow of people in facilities throughout the world. A state of the art facility in Southern California houses design, manufacturing and distribution of our security products. Knowledgeable employees offer superior service and support from specification through years after installation. For more information, visit

Emily Harbourne was a previous editor for Campus Rec Magazine.

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