Symbion is a large and growing national healthcare company. Demonstrating its commitment to support the Australia’s pharmacy industry the company has just completed an all-new, multi-million dollar warehouse.
The 12,000m² facility incorporates the latest iterations of Symbion’s integrated warehouse technology systems including Goods-to-Person and high speed A-frame order assembly.
The new Melbourne facility is located in the city’s south eastern suburbs immediately adjacent to the East Link, further enhancing Symbion’sability to service its customers across the State.
Working together with the builder Australand, Ansa Doors successfully supplied and installed a total of three Ansa Mavifold F30 type High Speed Doors and fifteen various sized ‘H13′ Heavy Duty 100mm Roller Shutters for the distribution Warehouse.
In Northern Illinois in a small town about 100 miles from downtown Chicago, one of Dover’s steady customers is building Substation Recovery Trailers using the Dover Roller Shutter model 2EB. Many of these units are being built for National Grid which is one of the largest electrical contractors in the North Central United States. When floods, tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, explosions, or any other disasters hit, these units are designed to restore a facility to full service as quickly as possible. The units can perform all functions necessary for the withdrawal of gaseous SF6, direct high-pressure liquefaction, pressure regulated refilling, and filtration. Inlet and outlet gauges reflect true pressures of the source and destination containers.
Again, Dover has assisted in the safe design of a critical vehicle. The seven doors allow quick and safe access to each compartment.
Group Company Austral Monsoon Building Products have recently been awarded the contract for the ventilation louvres on the $80 million 50,000 sq m Aldi Distribution Centre at Brendale, Qld.
The contract involves the supply and installation of AME 146 ventilation system with 60% free area.
Austral Monsoon Building products Pty looks forward to working with Cockram Constructions on the project.
Group company Austral Monsoon Building Products have recently worked with Abigroup on the supply and installation of mechanical ventilation louvres for the Queensland Children’s Hospital Energy Plant, a part of the $890 million Queensland Children’s Hospital project.
The mechanical ventilation louvres are AME 100 single stage and AME 100 two stage, continuous louvres. These louvres have been selected to achieve the mechanical requirements of 50% free air flow whilst maintaining excellent weather resistance and an aesthetically pleasing facade.