Having served since 16 years of age an initial apprenticeship from school to become the youngest – at the time! – (trained) automatic door installation engineer at 18 years of age. Initially installing full range of formally – BESAM, slide & swing door systems, throughout the UK.
Moved into the large four wing automatic revolving door systems installation field – installing one of, if not the first UK automatic stainless two wing revolving door packages. Also having completed a vast number of installations and emergency repair works on the full range of automatic door systems consisting of standard slide, telescopic door systems and bi-folding entrances, and swing automatic doors for over 10 years, for the former – STANLEY ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES (UK). Obtaining them, on one project upon completion of “X 17 INSTALLATIONS” – CONTRACTOR OF THE MONTH! Then went onto carrying out installation and emergency repair works of the complete automatic door – KABA materials. Working on over the years, too many different automatic pedestrian door systems of various makes and models to share….
I am ADVANCED AUTOMATIC DOORS LTD (UK) ‘s experienced “PROJECTS MANAGER”.
With a trained focused eye for detail, and a passion to carry out all works to our customers full satisfaction. Taking pride also in the completion of our all our professional works carried out and its always a bonus upon completion of all new installation projects, to obtain additional bespoke pictures, to add to our already comprehensive portfolio collection. Whilst walking the walk on the path of our “ONLY CHOSEN” specialist field of “AUTOMATIC PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE SERVICES” we are always learning, and looking for further technical enhancing improvements and techniques to further improve our long-term “CORE MISSION” and distance ourselves from the many all under one roof – industrial door companies that additionally cover (shutters/vehicle barriers/lift works?) now awash within our specialist industry. Our goal has always been – not to be the jack of all, but the master of one. This is why we can use the words “ADVANCED”.