Lietzke Doors wins Murray Bridge Police Station

In February 2012 Lietzke Doors won the contract for supply of the secure windows, door frames and doors for the new Murray Bridge Police Station in South Australia.

The new Murray Bridge Police Station will accommodate approximately 76 staff and feature a new design, state of the art cells, complete with a new generation door design and should be completed by November 2012.


Lietzke Doors wins supply contract for door frames

Lietzke Doors recently won the contract for the supply of 964 steel door frames for a large defence infrastructure project in South Australia.  These frames are quite complex with numerous side lights and transom combinations.  The development and production of the prototype was completed in record time due to the latest Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Software employed at Lietzke.

Lietzke Doors Completes the Cavan Youth Training Centre

The new $67.5 million, 60-bed Youth Training Centre (YTC) being built on a new green field’s site at Cavan in South Australia is nearing completion.  The new YTC will deliver a new era for youth justice in South Australia.

The new Cavan YTC incorporates the latest concepts and design in a modern fresh feel.  The new Centre will have a strong focus on learning and training with a range of educational and vocational facilities on site.  It will also have an open-style campus, more recreational space and an on-site health centre.

As well as being secure, the Centre will allow more options and increased flexibility to manage and help young people according to their individual circumstances.

Lietzke Australia has supplied and installed the medium and high security door, barrier and window requirements throughout the Centre.  Lietzke worked closely with the architects, the security consultants and the builder.  The Lietzke bedroom door frame incorporates the access control, all the electrical controls including room lighting, the communication panel and audio visual television controls into the cast in the door frame.  This all-in-one concept has assisted with cost and time savings.

At Lietzke we aim to exceed the customer’s requirements.

A bigger and more secure Port Augusta Prison

The new $16 Million addition to the Port Augusta Prison in South Australia, when completed, will house an extra 80 inmates and become the second largest prison in South Australia.  Work started on the site in January 2011 and is nearing the final stages of completion.

Lietzke Doors worked closely with the builder and the client to design and supply the innovative designs and solutions. The door frames and cell viewing windows were precast into the concrete panels reducing time and site costs and improving the overall strength and integrity of the frame and windows.  This cast in concept offers advantages for the builder with a reduction in onsite trades and ease of coordination.

Lietzke Doors worked closely with the Architects and the builder and supplied and installed the post fixed secure external cell windows and glazing for the bedrooms.  The cell external windows incorporate innovative security features as well as ventilation functionality.

Lietzke Doors completed the package and also supplied the secure doors which included the cell doors and medium and high security general doors in the new extension to the facility.

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.

Lietzke Doors awarded Cobham Juvenile Justice Centre Redevelopment

In November 2011 Lietzke Doors was awarded the contract to design, supply and install all the windows, doors and door frames for the Cobham Juvenile Justice Centre Stage 3 Redevelopment. This challenging project includes a very wide range of products and includes all the high, medium and low security needs for windows, frames, doors and various access hatches.

The project offers an excellent opportunity to re-visit the organizational framework of the existing centre originally constructed in the 1970s. Modernise its facilities to meet current demands, re connect it to the landscape and re think how a detention centre can deliver appropriate services to the community. The redevelopment of the existing 85 Bed centre will include; an additional 54 beds, new school and clinic, staff office/support facilities, expanded recreational facilities around a series  of consolidated courtyards and car parking for staff and emergency services. NSW Government, Public Works, Government Architects Office

Lietzke doors are working closely with the builder and end client to ensure excellence in design, manufacture, delivery and installation.