Lietzke chosen for James Nash House Redevelopment

James Nash House

 

 

 

 

South Australia is to increase its forensic mental health capacity with a new 20 bed unit being built at James Nash House.  Lietzke Australia, a member of the AM Group has been chosen to supply the High Security Door & Window Units for the project.

This facility is expected to be completed mid 2014 and will relieve the pressure on general acute mental health services.

 

Lietzke delivers first pressed metal door frames on nRAH Project.

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has delivered the first set of pressed metal door frames on the new Royal Adelaide Hospital Project.

Lietzke Australia has been contracted to supply Lietzke “BW” series pressed metal door frames for timber, metal clad and fire doors for the first stage of the project.

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be Australia’s most advanced hospital and the single largest infrastructure project in South Australia’s history.

This $1.89b state of the art facility is being built by the HYLC joint venture between Hansen Yuncken and Leighton Contractors.

Lietzke completes Mt Gambier Prison new Cell Block and Kitchen

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has successfully wrapped up the supply and installation of the Security Doors and Windows for the Mount Gambier Prison New Cell Block and Kitchen project.

The new cell block is to employ “modular construction” method, the first prison of it’s kind in South Australia, where the new wings containing accommodation and ablutions are to be constructed from shipping containers.  Lietzke designed and manufactured complete cell fronts from pressed metal construction that integrated Door, Window, heating and ventilation.

Lietzke continues to grow with Metal Door Frames and Window Frames

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has continued to win a range of projects for the supply of its range of metal door and window frames.

Expanding on Lietzke’s long history for manufacture of pre-hung metal clad door units for the Commercial and Portable Building market, Lietzke Doors has continued to grow into the supply of its range of single and double rebate metal door frames to the commercial building sector in South Australia.

Projects recently won include the Whyalla & Modbury Hospital Redevelopments, Adelaide Oval Grandstand, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, Regency TAFE and Elizabeth Special School.

Other specialty projects include Stainless Steel frames for a number of new McDonalds stores in Tea Tree Gully, Kadina and Port Adelaide.

Lietzke Heavy Duty Louvre Door range expanded to Prison Level Security

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has developed and installed a range of louvre doors and panels suitable for high security and corrections applications.

The Louvre door units and panels have now been installed into Juvenile Justice Centres in NSW and the Mt Gambier Prison upgrade in South Australia.

The entire units are manufactured from pre-galvanised materials complete with lock boxes and louvre blades ranging from 1.2mm to 2.5mm thick.  The design has no visible or accessible fixings and receives a Powdercoat finish.

Lietzke wins contract for Adelaide Women’s Prison Upgrade

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has been chosen to supply High Security Doors and Windows for the Northfield Women’s Prison new 20 bed High Security Cell Block, Kitchen and Visits/Dining project.

The new cell block is similar to the recent Mt Gambier prison extension where Shipping Containers are employed to create the basic building blocks for the new Cell Block.

Lietzke Doors is an approved manufacturer of High Security Door Units, Windows and Gates for the South Australian Department for Correctional Services.

Works start on Mt Gambier Prison new Cell Block and Kitchen

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has been chosen to supply High Security Doors and Windows for the Mount Gambier Prison New Cell Block and Kitchen project.

The new cell block is to employ a “modular construction” method, the first prison of its kind in South Australia, where the new wings containing accommodation and ablutions are to be constructed from shipping containers.  The expansion, of which Badge is the Managing Contractor, will allow the prison to house an additional 112 prisoners and includes a new 400m2 kitchen.

Lietzke Doors is an approved manufacturer of High Security Door Units, Windows and Gates for the South Australian Department for Correctional Services.

Lietzke adds Cyclonic Wind rated doors to its line up

Lietzke Australia Pty Ltd, a division of the AM Group, has reengineered its Security 2 Squareline door unit to achieve engineering certification for Cyclonic Wind categories C2 & C3.  These wind categories, the harshest in Australia, are found in Cyclone Regions C & D along the coast of Northern Australia.

Lietzke Cyclonic Wind rated door units have recently been installed in the North of Western Australia, including Port Hedland and Barrow Island, both in the Cyclone Category D region.

Lietzke Cyclonic Wind rated door units are a metal clad door unit, incorporating full SHS steel sub-frame, polystyrene core and are available in the standard Colorbond colour finishes, Zincalume and Galvabond.  The door units are certified up to 950mm wide by 2100mm high and include a range of door frame profiles to suit both portable and permanent building structures.

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.

 

Lietzke Doors using the latest CAD technology

Lietzke Doors is using Solidworks CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) and solid modelling which represents the latest technology in 3D (three dimensional) design.

Lietzke uses this technology at all stages in our business from sales through to development of concepts and into production.  “The use of this technology has enabled us to work more closely and co-operatively with our clients, improve the designs and reduce the development and lead time in the factory” Craig Manuell, General Manager, Lietzke Doors.