Ansa Doors has recently completed the supply and installation of (3) over-sized ‘AB100’ Bifold Doors and (6) ‘H14’ Heavy Duty 100mm Roller Shutters on the redevelopment of Victoria University’s state-of–the art facilities at Sunshine.
The new Trades College which has its hub at Sunshine Campus is focussed on the delivery of apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships where students meet the competency standards necessary for industry – and other programs highly tailored to industry and recognised for their innovative approach to skills development.
Skill areas include carpentry, plumbing, bricklaying, electrical, engineering, fabrication, furniture and signs.
For this multi-million dollar re-development, Ansa doors worked together with the builder Kane Constructions to successfully deliver this project.
The $50 million Davenport Homemaker Centre in Tasmania is nearing completion. It represents a significant boost to the local economy and will feature a new Harvey Norman Store and a large K&D Mitre 10 Trade centre, as well as a number of variety stores.
Working together with the builder Fairbrother Pty Ltd, Ansa Doors successfully supplied and installed a total of 14x various roller shutters for the Homemaker Centre. This project is further evidence of Ansa’s ability to successfully deliver on large and involved project.
In partnership with builder Brookfield Multiplex Constructions Pty Ltd, Ansa Doors supplied and installed (11) Steel roller shutters for the Upper Westside Apartment development located in Melbourne’s CBD precinct.
The roller shutters consisted of electrically operated steel perforated curtains, powder coated utilising Ansa Doors in-house powder coating facility.
Another project delivered on-time and meeting the specific requirements of both the architect and builder.
After a 12 month program Ansa Doors has successfully completed the supply and installation of over (400) roller shutters in both aluminium and steel configuration for Coles Supermarkets.
Ansa Doors was awarded the contract from Coles in January 2012 which consisted of the removal of existing Steel Bi-Fold Doors in the front entrance of the supermarket and replacing with Aluminium or Steel Roller Shutters based on the door size.
Ansa Doors took on over (113) stores Australia wide and produced the product in both it’s Sydney and Melbourne plants.