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CBRE | St Martin's Square | London
CBRE’s is the world’s largest commercial property and real estate services adviser. Their newly refurbished London office, overlooking St Martin’s Square, is home to over 900 staff, who are located over 6 floors.
To complete the office transformation, CBRE wanted to replace their existing automatic doors at the front and rear of the building with stylish doors which were safe, reliable and ensured effortless pedestrian flow. To avoid any disruption to both staff and visitors, doors had to be installed over the Easter Bank Holiday, whilst the office was closed.
Two record K41 stainless steel four-leaf revolving doors constructed from glass to provide a modern, minimalistic look were installed. Complete with built in safety features activated by infrared detectors, the revolving doors have been programmed to operate once a door leaf is manually pushed. This not only allows all staff and visitors to pass through the turnstiles safely and easily before they rotate back to a standstill but provides energy savings as the doors are only activated when used and not by passers-by on the busy road and square outside.
A stainless steel swing door complete with a record DFA 127 operator has also been installed next to revolving door at the main entrance to provide a wider opening for disabled access and deliveries of large, bulky items to the premises. This compact, elegant operator, which is operated by an access control system, is almost silent in operation and complements the overall look of the reception area.
Paul Charman, Operations Manager commented: "the revolving doors look impressive and add the finishing touch to the office, whilst helping minimise the level of noise and draft entering the building from outside. Despite extremely tight deadlines, record uk installed all doors on time, due to excellent planning and co-ordination".
The Shard Shopping Arcade in London - swing door
The Shard Shopping Arcade comprises six retail units and nine kiosks/retail bays offering more than 8,250 sq ft of space. The Shopping Arcade sits directly on the pedestrian route between London Bridge underground station and the main entrances to The Shard of Glass landmark and The News Building, where hundreds of city professionals are based. The Shopping Arcade was designed by The Shard of Glass architect Renzo Piano and has floor-to-ceiling glazing throughout and provides the retail units with unique sizing configurations that ensure each brand has its own bespoke space. The entrance to the Shard Shopping Arcade was fitted with record DFA 127 swing doors with a manual side door. A record TSA 20 telescopic sliding door was also fitted at another entrance within the same shopping centre.
Founded in 1781 Asprey's flagship jewellers store is located on New Bond Street in London, United Kingdom. Asprey has supplied crowns and coronets and sceptres for royal families around the world and as of 2013 has held a Royal Warrant of appointment from the Prince of Wales
Glasgow Airport FlipFlow WIDE extended
This record FlipFlow WIDE extended is installed at Glasgow International Airport. The units can be operated singly and so not used when not needed. The FlipFlow system allows safe and secure passage of persons into or from areas where security is a priority and a controlled flow of people is required.
Tower Place, London
The east entrance at Tower Place in london was designed by architects Foster and Partners. This installtion is a fully automatic record K41 four wing revolving door and has an all-glass drum with visible parts anodised. The operating drive for this revolving door is concealed beneath the floor in a casing which protects it from water and dirt.
Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow Caledonian University (informally GCU or Caledonian or Caley) is a public university in Glasgow, Scotland. It was formed in 1993 by the merger of The Queen's College, Glasgow (founded in 1875) and Glasgow Polytechnic (founded in 1971). As of 2015 it is one of Scotland's largest universities with nearly 20,000 students. On 1 April 1993, the two institutions amalgamated to form Glasgow Caledonian University. The new university took its name from Caledonia, the poetic Latin name for present-day Scotland.
Veolia Bolingbroke House, Shrewsbury
This refurbishment was at Veolia owned, Bolingbroke House in Battle field Enterprise Park in Shrewsbury. The refurbishment consisted of external curtain walling and external swing door (record's D 127 INVERSE) and internally an entrance of double sided Fine Frame sliding doors (record's STA 20 Fine frame)
This Aston Martin showroom at Atmell Way, Silver Link in Newcastle shows how impressive sliding doors can look. The installation at this showroom comprised the record STA 20 DUO double doors with radar activation and presence sensor for two way traffic. The construction also included battery back-up in case of power failure or fire alarm activation.
The Shard Shopping Arcade
Tesco store in Rugby.
This is an installation of the record uk telescopic TSA20 at the Tesco store in Rugby. The store required an entrance capable of allowing the safe passage of large numbers of people at one time, and at the same time not leave the entrance open to the elements for unduly long periods. This was achieved by the installation of automatic folding doors at both sides of the wide entrance, thus allowing maximum access while mimimising rapid ingress of cold air and dicomfort for customers and staff.
Geographical and Earth Sciences dept at Glasgow Caledonian University
This record Total Opening System (TOS) was installed at the entrance to the Geographical and Earth Sciences department at Glasgow Caledonian University. The TOS system allows these sliding doors to be released to provide the widest possible escape route in the event of an emergency.
Ronald McDonald House
This record THERMCORD sliding door provides thermal insulation helping maintain an even temperature in the facility. This installation was fitted with a push pad for entry and safety beam radar activation presence sensors to detect traffic from either side of the door. The system was also fitted with battery back up to ensure safe door opening in the event of power failure.
City Point Offices, London
The entrance to serviced offices at City Point in London. A record K41 4 wing revolving door has been installed here with the underfloor drive unit connected by a continuous drive shaft. The drum wall consist of glass and all visible components with a brushed stainless steel finish.