|Soleco had the privilege of supplying over 8000 steel frames for timber doors to Europe’s largest hospital. The La Fe is housed in 9 huge wings and comprises laboratories, theatres, wards and consultation rooms. Every day over 3000 people attend as out patients with an average of 700 emergencies each day. In addition there are 1000 patient beds with all the associated visitors. The door frames had to be resilient to the traffic, easy to clean for the health of the patients and not be vulnerable to swelling or infestation especially where frame legs meet the floor. Regular mopping leads to water damage at the junction between the timber frameleg and the floor.|
|Matt stainless steel and semi-polished limestone reinforce Apple’s brand consistency. The Soleco frames we supplied reflected the brushed metallic and bright white aesthetics of the company’s devices.
Following Apple’s sharp in-store interior elements Soleco were asked to provide 20 Steel Door Frames in stainless steel and powder coated to match the white polished appearance of the store.
|Nato trusted Soleco with the security of their door sets in their new iconic structure. Soleco supplied over 3000 steel frames for internal doors in the building designed to resemble interlocking fingers. The frames are finished in a durable powder coated finish to withstand the use of the 4500 personal who work in the building every day.
Built on the site of Belgium’s first airfield which was used as a Zeppelin hangar during WW2 the new building has been built with the environment in mind. The Soleco steel frames are 100% recyclable and fitted perfectly with the design ethos of the designers who also specified co-generation units to provide electricity; geothermal heating and grey water systems in the washrooms.
For security reasons we cannot show any internal photographs of the project.
|MGM Resort Hotels are some of the most luxurious hotels in the world with the Bellagio and The Mirage forming part of the group.
Soleco were asked to provide over 150 powder coated frames to this iconic building near Washington D.C.
Whilst MGM operate a casino from the site they didn’t gamble on their choice of frames choosing the Soleco internationally proven door solution.
|The Madrid complex is one of three which are 120 degrees apart on the Earths surface. Together they enable satellites and the International Spacestation to maintain a constant ground contact regardless of the Earths rotation.
Housing the biggest and most sensitive telecommunications system for scientific applications in the world; we are proud to acknowledge that in the event of Alien contact Soleco steel frames will be making a great first impression!
When E.T next phones home he will be able to tell his family that Soleco supplied over 200 powder coated specially earthed frames to this important installation.
|Soleco have a fabulous reputation with the maintenance staff throughout this private chain of hospitals. Soleco are supplying the flat pack style powder coated frames on a constant refurbishment cycle working closely with the hospital maintenance. Soleco are providing a durable hygienic solution that enable replacement frames to be fitted quickly with the minimum of rectification work to the door aperture.
For refurbishment work the Soleco frames can be ordered with larger architrave flanges to cover the wall damage left behind when removing an old timber door surround.
The built in lift off hinges make changing the door simple and quick.