The Irish owned and run business Casey Doors is changing its name to Architectural Doorsets and is expanding, adding almost 300 m2 meters to its production facility in Dublin.
Architectural Doorsets will continue to be a design-led manufacturer of the finest bespoke fire resisting doorsets, independently tested and certified, supported by primary test evidence and accreditation by Warrington Fire. In addition, the manufacturer is leading innovation by developing CE Marking.
Commenting on the company’s developments, Managing Director Brian Lanigan said, “Excellence in product design and performance is at the heart of what we do. We will continue to deliver on this promise under our new name.
“Our manufacturing facility in Dublin is expanding to enhance production capacity and efficiency. Recent developments include extension works to increase our manufacturing workshop in order to accommodate the further introduction of cutting edge technology.”
Architectural Doorsets does not use door cores, blanks or simply convert chipboard. It manufactures patented internally framed doors, supplying bespoke products, designed to meet clients’ specifications. The new facility will accommodate a fully automated press line.
Sustainability is at the core of the business. In addition to investing in facilities and advanced training for its people, Architectural Doorsets also invests in environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. An example of this is how it utilises all extraction sawdust shavings and off cuts generated during the manufacturing process using them to fuel a highly efficient wood fired boiler system. This system supplies the entire factory and offices with unlimited heat and enough hot water to operate all presses within the production process.
“The company has significantly grown in the last three years with an estimated €3 million investment in machinery, facilities and business development. As we close off the end of a decade, the timing is right to launch in 2020 under a new banner, while holding on to the important values and practices that make us who we are,” said Lanigan.