This homeowner, who lived on a "Flag-Lot" property, had concerns that her open front driveway provided access that she was not comfortable with. She lived alone and did not like the idea that anyone could come on her property anytime they wanted to. She wanted to close off her property, but wanted to provide entry to family and friends, and also keep her dogs from getting out. She also wanted to provide for deliveries and those wanting access, to be able to do so. HTCI designed a system that achieved all of this. There was already Ornamental Iron on the property, so HTCI designed a gate that was substantially in keeping with that iron, but had an element of grandeur as it was to be situated at the front, and next to two "Cobble-Stone" columns. The new iron gate had to sit about two inches off of the grade as the owner had a very small dog that would escape if it was situated any higher than that. The system had a telephone entry system so that someone on the outside could speak to the owner, without actually entering the property. Three safety features were added to provide safety for pedestrians and also vehicles. As it turned out, the two columns that were already installed were not connected through underground conduits, so HTCI had to cut between the columns and excavate the concrete and soil in order to install these conduits. and then install new concrete. In the end, the gate and system addressed all of the owner's concerns and provided a layer of security that didn't exist before.