Protecting & Connecting Since 1982


A brief history of LVC Inc.

LVC is an industry leader in life safety, security, and communications technology. Founded in 1982, we have a proven track record of protecting lives, assets, and revenue. By providing a uniquely different customer experience, we’ve earned a reputation for “Best-in-Class” services. 

Over the years, we’ve established a broad customer base across commercial, industrial, government, and institutional markets. Our team understands the diverse challenges each industry faces. Through our wide range of services, we make it easy for customers to work with one company to address multiple needs.



  • Contractors, Gaming
  • Entertainment, Hospitality
  • Mission Critical, Multi-Family Residential
  • Property Management, Retail
  • Energy, Factory
  • Foundry, Manufacturing
  • Mining, Refinery
  • Transportation, Warehouse
  • Corrections, Federal Reserve
  • Health & Human Services
  • Judicial, Law Enforcement
  • Postal Service, Public Safety
  • Transportation
  • Educational, Financial
  • Hospitals & Clinics
  • Houses of Worship
  • Military, Museum
  • Research & Development
  • Senior Living


We are committed to responsible use of our resources and continue to make efforts to reduce the impact we have on the environment. Over the years, LVC has implemented many sustainability practices. We regularly evaluate our methods and look for additional ways to improve our operations. Some examples of our sustainability practices are listed below.
We start by intelligently procuring our materials. If we end up with extra we find how to reuse it. If it cannot be reused at all, then we make sure our electronic waste is recycled.
LVC engages in several methods to reduce our energy consumption. Turning off the lights in the office is one way we do this, but we also added LED lighting in 2016.
Designated recycling receptacles for paper are used in all workstations in our office and sorted recycling bins for plastic bottles, aluminum cans and paper are part of our lunchroom recycling program.
We perform most of our day to day communications and transactions using electronic formats. When we do use paper, our printers default to double sided.
We are constantly evaluating our fleet including condition, efficiency and fuel consumption. Over the years, we have initiated change like swapping out our large commercial vans with more efficient ones and using hybrid cars.
We always try to recycle on job sites as much as possible. Our efforts are reported by an independent, third party company who assists in collection and redistribution.
In an effort to reduce waste on job sites, we ask suppliers to buy back unused items and replace all damaged materials. We assess material storage practices to prevent loss due to weather.

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