Bentleigh Primary School – Victoria

Bentleigh Primary School was established in 1954 and has a tradition of providing a high quality, caring school environment. The school enrolment is 637 students. Tucker Road Bentleigh Primary School is situated in spacious and well-presented grounds. Separate senior and junior adventure playgrounds together with quieter internal courtyard areas to cater for student recreational needs

The school recently completed a new Sports and Recreation Centre, and Group company Airport Doors was selected to supply and installed three custom made Bi-Fold Doors for Interface Constructions.

Airport Doors is renowned for delivering customised solutions to meet high aesthetic quality to a superior standard.

The Glen Shopping Centre – Stage 1 Melbourne

Co-owners Vicinity Centres and Perron Group unveiled the grand plans today to transform the 50-year-old centre with the first stage of the $490 million project, the Fresh Food Market Hall, opening by the end of the year, followed by an 8000sq m David Jones, and a further 240 retailers covering 78,000sq m.

In this first stage Mirage Doors have been actively involved supplying predominantly SD products to meet the needs and designs of the new development. This has included both Glass, Polycarb, and solid infills.


Forrestdale Primary School – Western Australia

Anvil Door have completed the manufacture and installation of thirteen aluminium roller shutters located in the newly constructed Forrestdale Primary School.

All aluminium roller shutters were motorised and included polycarbonate infill panels to allow natural light when shut. All of the thirteen Aluminium roller shutters were located in the newly constructed undercover assembly area. The supplied aluminium roller shutters are ideal in this location as they allow both shelter from the elements in the cooler months and can be opened fully to allow ventilation during Perth’s hot summer months.

The new Forrestdale Primary School was constructed by PACT Construction and comprises of eight single-storey buildings which includes 180 tonnes of steelwork. The project was constructed and completed over a 39-week period.

3D Printer – Diamond Roll Up Doors

Diamond Roll Up Door, Inc. recently purchased a small 3D printer to assist/aid the design of new parts for their roller shutter doors. Currently Diamond has several new projects which require new parts to make the complete assembly. One project is a utility body roll up bed cover. The entire door was initially drawn up in 3D SolidWorks. Drawings were sent from SolidWorks to the printer and small sample parts were printed on the 3D printer to ensure functionality and design. Internally designing and creating the first three parts has been extremely economical. Three prototype parts would have been more than the cost of the printer. The picture shows the three parts and a demo frog which was already programed into the printer.

Rockhampton Hospital

Austral Monsoon Building Products have recently completed the Supply and Installation of Customised Screens on the Rockhampton Hospital Carpark in Queensland.

The 100x20mm Extruded Ellipsoid Blades were used to screen off around the new Multilevel Carpark. The Fixed Blades spanned the full height between slabs and were secured into position using specifically designed frame and brackets, adding an uncluttered aesthetic appeal to the building. The Ellipsoids were finished in a variety of Dulux Duratec® Powdercoat colours offering an extended warranty on the finish of the products.

The Ellipsoid Screens are part of the $25.5M investment by the State Government to add an additional 597 carparks to the Hospital facility, easing parking congestion around the precinct.

Austral Monsoon Building Products carried out the works under contract with TF Woollam & Sons.