Clearview National February 2018 - Issue 195 - Page 50

PROUD SPONSOR OF DOORS & WINDOWS DOORS&WINDOWS Two major orders for doorsets Aspex, one of the UK’s leading architectural ironmongery and doorset companies, has secured two major contracts to supply more than 500 doorsets. » » ASPEX HAS SUPPLIED 400 Novista Steel Riser doorsets to The Gates Shopping Centre in Durham, which is currently undergoing a £30 million revamp. The company was contracted to supply the doorsets and ironmongery to the new £30 million Radisson RED Hotel in Glasgow including 180 Novista Steel Riser doorsets access to the en suite bathrooms. The Radisson RED is a new hotel philosophy that aims to connect with millennials through a bold and inspirational design. The Novista Steel Riser system is suitable for a wide variety of projects with single, double, triple, and quadruple The Radisson RED Hotel in Glasgow. combinations available. It can be factory painted to any RAL colour or primed to allow on- site painting for precise colour matching with the adjacent wall. The doorsets are suitable for locations which require either a very high fire or acoustic rating, and are fire rated to FD120 and acoustic rated to 40dB. Ashley Burberry, Managing Director of Aspex UK, said: “Over the past year, our Novista Riser Doorsets have been supplied to a number of projects including Warwick University, ARM Holdings HQ, Resorts World Hotel, and the Facebook offices. Therefore, we are delighted to be strengthening our place within the market further and supplying our Novista Steel Riser doorsets to these two major projects.” The doorsets for the Radisson RED Hotel and the doorsets for The Gates Shopping Centre were supplied at the end of last year. For more information, visit Customer with rare condition given much needed support » » THE GLAZERITE UK GROUP AND their installer partner Thistle Windows and Conservatories were pleased to install a Solidor composite door recently, after being contacted by a customer who suffers from a very rare neuromuscular condition. ‘Shanice is delighted with the results’ Shanice Robertson of Aberdeen has a condition called SMARD (Spinal Muscular Dystrophy with respiratory distress) which affects the use of all her muscles and means that she requires the use of a wheelchair always. Shanice is the oldest known living female with the condition and there are only 80 other known cases of 50 » F EB 2018 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M it around the world. Despite the challenges she faces, Shanice has been highly involved in promoting awareness of SMARD and meeting & supporting others with the condition. Having recently purchased their own bungalow, Shanice and her partner contacted Thistle about help with adapting the property to suit her needs, which included updating the bathroom and installing ramps to help Shanice access and live in the property with ease. Shanice explains: “I needed a door with an electric lock so that I can access it without having to pull up/down on handles.” Shanice is delighted with the results and the generosity shown by all those that were involved.