ATDC’s security door at Parks Victoria premises offers heritage appeal

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) was recently engaged to
supply and install a security door at the front entrance of the Parks Victoria
premises at Albert Park in Melbourne.

Harrison & White Architects of Carlton, Victoria specified ATDC’s
security door since it could operate as a retractable, top hung system (without
any floor track) and also traverse a 90-degree curved aperture through a 600mm
radius turn. Measuring 8500mm wide x 3200mm high, the door also featured seamless
lock up by way of its intermediate up/down locking mechanisms.

ATDC’s security doors with their scissor style retractable folding
action have heritage appeal, making them suitable for local councils, government
buildings and municipal buildings among others.

Standrite Australia served as the project managers for this job.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of commercial security
doors, please contact them toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435
or visit their website

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