Peoples Market Wrexham: November

Back in March 2017 IDE won the contract for the manufacture and installation of 45 roller shutter doors. The building project is worth around £4.5 million and is a redevelopment of the market in Wrexham, North Wales.

Wynne construction are the main contractors and the refurbishment will include two galleries, one of which will be to national standards. The project aims to transform the market into a joint arts and market centre.
IDE took an opportunity eight months in, to see how the project was coming along, and to get an update of how smooth the project was progressing.

Continuing with this rolling programme of work at the site, Industrial Door Engineering have already installed nearly 30 of the 45no manual roller shutters without any problems.

Overall, we are happy with the progress and are confident in meeting the March deadline for completion of the final phases of works.

Bunjil Place – Melbourne

The City of Casey’s has created a vibrant new entertainment and community precinct this is unparalleled in Australia.

Bunjil Place brings together an unprecedented mix of facilities including an outdoor community plaza, theatre, multipurpose studio, function centre, library, gallery and City of Casey Customer Service Centre all in one place. It is a place to be inspired by the innovative, experience the new, rediscover the past, be entertained by talent, feel challenged by different ideas and engage in culture and community.
Mirage Doors supplied a 9.9 meter and 8.6 meter fully D Slotted Roller shutters for the entrance, and six additional Roller Shutters for the centre in Narre Warren in the South East corridor of Melbourne.

Ringwood Secondary College Locker Bay Doors

The Ringwood Secondary College redevelopment is the first project of the Maroondah Education Plan, a $19.5 million Labor election commitment to transform schools in the East to cater for more students.
Students at Ringwood Secondary College in Melbourne’s east have received the first class facilities they deserve with the completion of the $7.55 million redevelopment of the school’s facilities.

The redevelopment of the school included construction of a new Junior School building to replace eight relocatable buildings, the refurbishment of the library and creating a new landscaped entry forecourt to the existing visitor car park.

The new state-of-the-art school buildings will provide better learning environments for local students so they can get the best out of their education.

Group company Airport Doors supplied and installed Sixteen (16x) roller shutters for the student locker bay areas. The 75mm Series Steel roller shutters are electrically operated via a key switch operation and provide after-hours security for the facility. The doors were powder coated to match the exterior wall panelling.