Group company – Airport Doors recently supplied and installed two specially designed Twin Leaf Vertical Lift doors for a building development site in Richmond, Victoria. The brief required a door solution that would have minimal impact on the limited room the client had to work with. The experienced staff at Airport Doors were able to provide a workable solution by designing their Vertical leaf door design into the workable space.
Airport Doors Vertical Lift Doors can be options with either single, twin or triple leaf designs and are ideal for creating that unique look with a wide range of claddings options.
Ansa Doors H13 Steel Heavy duty roller shutters continue to be “the doors of choice” amongst the most recognised Industrial Developers in the Victorian marketplace. These industrial developments are no longer just the plain “four square wall” buildings so commonly built in the past.
Industrial building are now built to match the end clients very high expectations. As such, we are now seeing very aesthetically pleasing and architecturally designed buildings with exceptional finishes and fitout. Ansa Doors supply’s and installs their products to the highest of standard, which is why the business has been able to build such a loyal customer base over the past 10 years.
In one of our latest projects, Ansa Doors supplied and installed a range of H13 Heavy Duty roller shutters for an industrial project in Derrimut, a suburb which is part of the ever growing Western Industrial zone.
As part of Eastland shopping centres food court upgrade, group company Mirage Doors supplied and fitted a series of Fiesta glazed Bi-Fold Doors to the Fukontontei Ramen Japanese restaurant.
These provided a high class closure with minimal storage requirements as the quality Fiesta product could be left exposed adding to the appearance of the restaurant. The top hung Fiesta product also leave clear floor access without tripping hazards.
McCorkell Constructions contracted group company Mirage Doors in Victoria, Australia, to supply a motorised counterweight door for the Canteen upgrade at Whittlesea Secondary College.
Design considerations required providing clear access to the servery, while managing the weight and alignment of the façade to create the unique finish they required.
More maximum security prisoners will be housed at the Parklea Correctional Centre in Sydney’s West.
The privately-run centre already houses maximum security prisoners and is expected to take in their new inmates from 2019.
The expansion at Parklea, which can accommodate more than 900 prisoners, is part of the Government’s $3.8 billion plans to add 7,000 new beds in the correctional system in NSW.
AM Group company – Lietzke Security has secured the contract with construction company Hansen Yuncken to supply and install the security doors and windows throughout the new expansion.
Manufacturing of product for Lietzke Security will commence almost immediately.
Photo’s below is an indication of product Lietzke Security will be producing for the project.
Group company – Dover Vanguard recently installed the first N35 anodised roller shutters on a refurbished fire truck for the Polish Military
Sales manager Garry Cannon had been in discussions with Lock Systems of Poland and also visited their premises to instruct on fitting the shutters and to discuss further projects.
When Warrington based Company Colas faced a dilemma with a faulty 30 year old folding shutter door that measured over 12 metres in width, they approached AMGroup Company Industrial Door Engineering to come up with a solution.
The answer was to dismantle the existing folding shutter, install supporting steelwork and fit a solid insulated panel wall on one half of the door opening, and supply and fit an electrically operated roller shutter door coupled with a fabric rapid roll door in the other half of the doorway.
This has provided Colas with a system that is efficient both from an operational point of view and also for heat cost savings benefits.