architectural ironmongery

architectural hardware

All hardware used in building construction, especially that which is attached to movable elements such as doors and windows; also called finish hardware.
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Why would false documents did not know breached his John Harrison Mark Bray's papers Two other companies, High Ridge Roofing Solutions and Abbey Architectural Ironmongery Company Limited, also face separate charges under the Health and Safety Act.
The Gulf Construction Expo, driven by the strategic support of Haji Hassan and Kavalani and Sons, features a range of products from specialist building materials to architectural ironmongery, and will include around 18 exhibiting companies from Saudi Arabia.
Monaghan, which supplies doorsets and architectural ironmongery to the construction industry, has moved into the premises at Milner Way following he redevelopment.
Freeths, whose Birmingham office is in Colmore Circus, has already completed six deals across the West and East Midlands including advising Leumi ABL on the loan funding to support the purchase of Laidlaw Architectural Ironmongery and Balustrading solutions.
Balustrading Solutions and Laidlaw Architectural Ironmongery, which are based in Willenhall and form part of Laidlaw Interiors Group, have been acquired out of administration by Intrinsic Equity.
Modern Interior Technology L.L.C (MIT) is the sole distributor for the region and also offers electronic locks, safes, minibars, OS&E, media jacks and architectural ironmongery.
You are doing exactly the right thing by listening to the architect as elements like sanitary ware, the kitchen units, architectural ironmongery etc should all enhance the architecture of your new home.
Originally set up in 1994 by managing director Tony Thompson, ALM began as an architectural ironmongery manufacturer, and diversified into sub-contract precision engineering in 2004.
Modern day architectural ironmongery is revolutionising not only the way people live but also the way designers design, reports MANISHA KOSHY
These comments come from the Door & Hardware Federation (DHF), which represents all the UK's main manufacturers, suppliers and installers of industrial and commercial doors and shutters, garage doors, building hardware and architectural ironmongery.
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