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How to ‘Imagineer’ Building Entrances

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One of the world's leading manufacturers of revolving doors, security access gates and entrance solutions is changing the way building designers, refurbishers and project managers approach entrance protection.

Global leader, Royal Boon Edam, has more than 140 years of manufacturing experience and currently provides secure entrances solutions for scores of property developers, businesses, hotels and Fortune 500 companies across 27 countries.

Their entrance solutions offer businesses practicality and performance along with high-end architectural styling required for some of the world’s biggest commercial, data centre, financial, government, industrial, health, hospitality, retail, telco, and internet and cloud computing technology companies.

In Australia, the company has provided solutions for leading banks, broadcasters, corporate HQs, legislatures, government agencies, diplomatic posts and public and private facility mobility hotspots prone to unwanted attention.

Now the Australian operation has introduced the new Product Realisation Imagineering service by which building specifiers, suppliers and building managers can submit graphics of their planned entrances areas for Boon Edam to complete with a graphic containing the security entrance leader’s solution for the particular security need presented.

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Blending function with style

“We have a head start in supplying security entrances to companies in Australia and New Zealand, because we are the only company out there with a truly comprehensive range of security entrances, extending from building entrance and internal traffic flow through to intense protection of core assets,” Boon Edam Australia managing director Michael Fisher said.

“These security entrance systems are all designed to the highest standards of crisp European style and functionality.”

“But we have found that a recurring consideration for architects, engineers, facility managers, security consultants and other specifiers is how to visualise the product blending in with their particular architectural style and the corporate style of the building and the rest of the entrance.”

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Imagineering

“That’s why we’ve created the Product Realisation Imagineering service through which they can sends us a photo or computerised graphic representation of their current entrance, and we’ll add to it to show them what it could look like with preferred security products installed,” Fisher said.

This Imagineering service – which is ideal for their client presentations – facilitates the implementation of creative ideas in practical form.”

Those wishing to use the service send the picture or graphic of the existing entrance area to Boon Edam business development manager Darren Assey, who will liaise regarding the visual, security and specifier needs, then return a finished product representation.

Assey said the design of entrance security technologies has advanced significantly over the past decade.

“Good security entrance design has reached a point where, instead of designers having to minimise how out-of-place security looks, the entrances actively enhance the overall look of an area.”

Boon Edam has invested time and experience to become a global leader melding style with functionality, and we’d like to show you just how good security can look on your project.”


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