Door Frames for “Single LEAP Phase 2” Project

In July 2012 Lietzke Doors successfully completes the supply of door frames for “Single LEAP Phase 2” Project at Edinburgh in South Australia.

The “Single LEAP Phase 2” Project is an Australian Federal Government initiative to upgrade the living accommodation for Australian Defence Force personnel with new accommodation which meets contemporary community standards.  The total project when completed provides for 3,015 units of single member’s accommodation at 14 bases across mainland Australia.

Lietzke Doors worked closely with the builder coordinating up to 3 deliveries a day to the site to supply 964 steel door frames for the 430 member accommodation unit at the Edinburgh site.  The door frames are quite complex with numerous side lights and transom combinations.  The development and production was completed using the latest Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Software ensuring the highest quality and repeatability.  The door frames were supplied complete with Aluminium glazing channel for the side light and fan light, installed from the factory saving the glazier and builder valuable site time.

Works start on Whyalla Hospital’s redevelopment

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd a division of the AM Group was chosen as the supplier of pressed steel door frames for the $69 million redevelopment of the Whyalla Hospital.  The project’s brief is a first of it’s kind for a regional hospital centre, to be constructed complete with an integrated cancer facility.  The redevelopment includes the refurbishment of theatre and day surgery facilities, the expansion of the mental health and rehabilitation wards and the relocation of the hospital’s existing surgical and medical wards to new premises.

The Lietzke pressed metal steel frames are custom designed and manufactured to suit the specific requirements of the project and the Health Industry.

The Whyalla Hospital Redevelopment is expected to be completed by mid 2013.

Cavan Youth Training Centre

As part of a major overhaul of the Youth Justice System in South Australia, a new 60-bed secure Youth Training Centre (YTC) is being built on a new green field’s site at Goldsborough Road, Cavan.  The new YTC will deliver a new era for youth justice in South Australia where new facilities are raised to the standards of the excellent care and rehabilitation programs that are already being delivered.  The construction phase is progressing well and is expected to be competed in mid 2012.

Lietzke Australia are currently supplying and installing the medium and high security door, barrier and window requirements for the new Cavan Youth Training Centre.  The project involves 60 cell doors, 9 high security barrier doors, 40 medium security doors and 60 external and internal windows.