Fire door specialist Ahmarra Door Installations has received the Contractor of the Month award from Balfour Beatty for its health and safety record at Gatwick’s North Terminal.
One of the UK’s leading fire door manufacturers, Ahmarra has a team of trusted Q-Mark registered fire door installer’s onsite at Gatwick Airport to offer specialist installation.
The company has supplied and fitted over 4,000 fire-rated doorsets across UK airports. It’s high performance timber doorstep and glazed screens are particularly suited to areas of high foot traffic that often have specific fire, acoustic and safety requirements.
The severe duty fire doors include ratings up to FD90 and up to 43 RwdB acoustic ratings. In addition, all materials are FSC certified.
Upon receiving the Contractor of the Month award, Ahmarra Managing Director, Tim Doran, commented:
“We are pleased to receive recognition of our commitment to the onsite safety of our installation team. The busy airport environment often means that we work within very tight time and space constraints but this demonstrates that onsite safety will always remain a top priority for Ahmarra.”
Ahmarra Door Solutions,
Tel: 02392 389076
Fax: 02392 389077
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