New York State’s Margaret A. Stutzman ATC Prevents Contraband Transfer With Kane’s Level 4 Security Screens.

ERIE, Pennsylvania – February 2, 2015 – Margaret A. Stutzman Addiction Treatment Center (MA Stutzman ATC), a state-run residential rehabilitation facility in Buffalo, New York, is taking an important step in eliminating the window-transfer of contraband and other paraphernalia, with support from Kane Innovations’ level 4 security screens.

MA Stutzman ATC will be outfitted with 110 Fixed Aluminum Protector security screens containing 12 mesh .028” stainless steel wire cloth infill. These screens will be installed in all occupied resident rooms and in each common area throughout the entire building.

Supplied concurrently with 94 new, aluminum windows from Window Tech Systems, the security screens will be installed by Window Specialist, Inc of Lancaster, New York.  The project’s architect of record is Buffalo’s Foit Albert Associates.
The 33-bed MA Stutzman ATC offers a full and active daily program, addressing every aspect of addiction and recovery.  Specialized programs are available for pregnant women, trauma survivors and parents with small children.  The program is backed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYOSAS).
All window and security upgrades are slated for a May 2015 completion.

About Kane Innovations, Inc.

Kane Innovations’ products have been ‘Guardians of Safe Environments’ since 1890. The company’s railing systems, ornamental metal fabrications, security screens and detention products are all fabricated by expert metalworkers, between two Pennsylvania locations. Kane’s American-made products can be found in, on, and around many well-known structures, including The White House, The Statue of Liberty and One World Trade Center.

To learn more about Kane Innovations, visit or call 800-773-2439.