Bespoke Complete Services recently completed a contract which involved supplying a total of 35 doors and post formed IPS panels to a project at The Countess of Chester Hospital. These were for two temporary operating theatres that the hospital currently has a need for.
The hospital which, is situated on the outskirts of the City of Chester currently provides a range of medical services which cover the area of Western Cheshire and even North Wales.
The doorsets supplied where in fact from the BCS-L E-Wood range of doors. They consisted of a 3 layered particleboard core with an Alpino white laminate facing to both sides.
The doors were further edged on all 4 sides with 10mm exposed lippings in solid maple. The factory fitted glazed vision panels contained a sandblasted glass design with a 80mm diameter �peep hole� which is shown in the pictures on the right hand side of this article.
The glass was fixed in a solid maple cloak beading system in FF1 FD30 glazing material. The complimentary ironmongery included aluminum kick plates & push plates as well as pull handles and over head door closers which were once again factory fitted. Further to this FD30 fire discs were also factory fitted and recessed into the face of the door leaves in order to meet the HTM58 requirements.
The door frames were manufactured in solid hardwood (sapele) & included factory fitted intumescent smoke seals and were fully primed with matching hardwood architraves to both faces.
Having the ironmongery factory fitted saved a lot of time and more importantly reduced the cost on site labour.This was yet another successful job carried out to the highest of standards by Bespoke Complete Services Limited.