Case Studies

Appartamento Il Casino - Wellington, New Zealand

 

12 March 2015

 

Product used:

  • Brio Single Run 350
 

Formerly home to an iconic neighbourhood restaurant, the new Appartamento Il Casino complex was designed to meld into a landmark heritage building, whilst featuring contemporary architectural elements.
Allowing for modern, dynamic apartment living, the architects needed to ensure that Appartamento Il Casino’s residents could create an indoor or outdoor living space in any kind of weather.  
The building’s signature feature is its exterior sliding glass panels, which allows residents to control their own individual environments ...

 

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Tangshan - Heibei, China
 

20 June 2011

 

Product used:

  • Bocom
 

For an economically powerful Chinese city of over seven million inhabitants, safety and surveillance is a massive challenge. Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies (China) with our Bocom brand, had the right solution to meet this challenge for the people of Tangshan city in Heibei province.

 

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Ministry of Education - Malifa, Samoa

February marked a significant milestone in Samoa’s education system, with the opening of the new headquarters of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture in Malifa, Samoa.

 

26 Feburuary 2011

 

Product used:

  • Legge 990 Mortice Lock
  • LCN 1460 Door Closer
  • Briton 222 Door Closer

 

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Auckland University Business School - Auckland, New Zealand

 

Along with the increasing technical complexity of construction comes the need for compliance to fire and disability codes. This in turn means it becomes important to specify appropriate door hardware products. Allegion, a global provider of products engineered to make a building safe and secure, used their expertise and world-class products and brands to provide the Auckland Business School with a total hardware solution.

 

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Wellington Regional Hospital - Wellington, New Zealand

 

Product Used:

  • Reduced Swing Doorset

 

Providing or controlling access to segregated areas is especially necessary in hospitals, where privacy and security are important issues. However, a large amount of space can be wasted in allowing for the opening swing of a door.

 

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