Group company – Dover Vanguard recently took delivery of a new service vehicle.
The new vehicle will allow Dover Vanguard to continue providing high level customer service to it’s clients.
Group Company – Ansa Doors have just completed the final commissioning of (98) Steel roller shutters to the Coles DC in Truganina, Victoria.
This new distribution centre measures 80,000sqm – four times the size of the MCG! When operational it will handle more than 1.5 million cartons of product a week. Coles has invested more than $80 million in the new distribution centre.
Group company – Austral Monsoon is currently in the process of manufacturing and installing over (80) Austral Monsoon “E88” Econo Grille Roller Shutters to the Greenway Plaza in Wetherill Park, Sydney.
The newly extended plaza will consist of a number of specialty shops each containing 2 – 3 Austral Monsoon roller shutters to each shop.
Fedex facility in Denver, USA, recently installed Diamond Roll Up Doors new screen doors.
The roll up screen doors were designed for Fedex Ground to provide a human, bird and insect barrier while the dock doors are in the up position allowing cross ventilation throughout the terminal area. Fedex Ground will assess the viability of these screen doors over the coming months.
Diamond’s new screen door product is fairly simple to install and can be mounted inside the dock door or outside the dock door. The screen material is very durable and the aluminum extruded cross members provide strength from oncoming winds. The tube motors also allows the roll up door to be very compact. There is no need for bulky motors that take up space on the side or above the door.
Group company – Austral Monsoon Building Products (AMBP) have recently been awarded the contract for the manufacture and installation of louvres to the plant room building as part of the $890 million dollar South Brisbane Hospital contract with Abi Group being the managing contractor.
AMBP is supplying AME100HV 2 Stage louvers to the plant room building.
The new $16 Million addition to the Port Augusta Prison in South Australia when completed will house an extra 80 inmates and become the second largest prison in South Australia. Works started on the site in January 2011 and is nearing the final stages of completion.
Group company – Lietzke Doors worked closely with the builder and the client to design and supply innovative designs and solutions. The door frames and cell viewing windows were precast into the concrete panels reducing time and site costs and improving the overall strength and integrity of the frame and windows. This cast in concept offers advantages for the builder with a reduction in onsite trades and ease of coordination.
Lietzke Doors worked closely with the Architects and the builder and supplied and installed the post fixed secure external cell windows and glazing for the bedrooms. The cell external windows incorporate innovative security features as well as ventilation functionality.
Lietzke Doors also supplied the secure doors which included the cell doors and medium and high security general doors in the new extension to the facility.