Boon Edam Revolving Door and Turnstiles Upgrade Entrance of Riverside London Workspace
Boon Edam today announced that Devon House at St. Katharine Docks, an office building in London’s East Side, has installed a unique TQM manual revolving door at the main entrance, in addition to two arrays of Speedlane Swing optical turnstiles, to increase lobby security. Originally built in 1989 as part of a historic redevelopment by an Act of Parliament, Devon House has over 48,000 sq. ft. of office space.
33 Congress Street in Boston Preserves History with Custom Boon Edam Revolving Door and Turnstile
33 Congress incorporates more than 400,000 square feet of office and retail space, transforming the historic neighborhood and positioning the area as a dynamic downtown destination. The most striking feature of 33 Congress is a new, modern glass and steel structure, containing 6 additional floors of office space. Jason King implemented a Boon Edam Crystal TQ manual revolving door to lead visitors in the double-height lobby space.
AC Hotel in Times Square Installs Custom Boon Edam Revolving Door
On average, more than 1,000 people enter AC Hotel New York Times Square each day. The property’s design team sought a main entrance solution that would not only accommodate pedestrian traffic, but would also fit with the hotel’s soaring glass exterior and all-white entrance with its large, cantilevered awning extending over the sidewalk. A Boon Edam BoonAssist manual assist revolving door met all their requirements and more, including a custom-made, all-white color that matches the exterior entrance decor.
Crafthouse Restaurants Standardize On Revolving Doors To Protect Customers From The Elements
When Crafthouse USA CEO and founder Evan Matz moved from Florida to Virginia several years ago, he realized that the sunny, tropical weather had not followed him there. In the winter, at some of his first restaurants, he noticed an issue with the entry. At one property, as customers entered through a pair of swinging doors, the cold winter air rushed inside and everyone in the dining room wanted to be far away from the entrance. At another location, he had a vestibule with two swinging doors; this better controlled the influx of cold air but took up a lot of expensive, interior space. Matz decided back then that he needed a different entrance solution for his restaurants – a revolving door.
Art Gallery Of Ontario Enjoys More Space And Comfort With Boon Edam BoonAssist TQ Revolving Door Entrance
Boon Edam announced that the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has recently completed a major renovation project featuring a new South entrance with a Boon Edam manually revolving door called the BoonAssist TQ. A major expansion designed by Frank Gehry in 2008 with lead support from the family of Ken Thomson makes the AGO a highly-photographed architectural landmark. The AGO has been undergoing improvements and renovations for a number of years and the most recent project was an ambitious one. In a joint effort with the City of Toronto and the local community, the AGO worked to revitalize Grange Park, a 4.5 acre green space located behind the Gallery.
Boon Edam Takes Revolving Doors to the Highest Level
Boon Edam breaks own record for highest installed revolving door in the world, installing a TQM revolving door on Burj Khalifa’s 148th floor. The Burj Khalifa broke numerous records when it opened in 2010. The tallest building in the world boasts the tallest free-standing structure, the largest number of stories, highest occupied floor, and the elevator with the longest travel distance.