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Entrance to the locker room of championsGO BLUE! Another Detroit Door success story.
Last fall, Detroit Door supplied hollow metal doors and finish hardware for the major renovation and expansion of the University of Michigan’s Locker Room. Due to the abusive environment that the locker room potentially could endure brought upon by the football players having a quick blocking practice prior to the game, fiberglass doors with stainless steel protective plates on the bottom were installed, along with heavy duty Schlage and Von Duprin door hardware. The key feature of this project is the oversized doors, which are 7’6” rather than the conventional 7’, to accommodate the even more massive build created by all of the equipment worn by the Big 10 football team.
 
Ford FieldFord Field

With Opening Day for the new home of the Detroit Lions behind us, we are happy to report that the door, frame and hardware portions of the job have progressed flawlessly. Both Dan Brodzik, VP Architectural Sales and Dave Lense, VP Overhead Door Division (Detroit Door Project Managers for Ford Field) agree: “this project has gone extremely well, everyone on the team gave 100% to get the job done right and on time”, says Dave. “This project once again demonstrated our capability as a leading supplier of doors, frames and hardware, it gives us great satisfaction to have been a part of the re-building of downtown,” comments Dan. Everyone here was excited about the project and our part in the revitalization of Detroit. Dan Brodzik comments further: “this stadium will be the anchor for the entertainment area blossoming in downtown Detroit.” Detroit Door is proud of our part of the project.

 
CabelasCabela's Dundee

Detroit Door helped bring the outdoors indoors with its latest project, Cabela's. The new 225,000 square foot sporting goods store was the Ann Arbor branch's largest project to date, with approximately 250 openings, both hollow metal and wood of various types.

 

"We've been just tickled to death with the outcome," said Greg Golab, Cabela's store manager. It was our cooperative spirit that not only landed this high profile job for Detroit Door, but also guaranteed the project's great results. "We assisted the architect by doing a lot of the engineering and a lot of the design and functional issues," said Brett Thistlethwaite, General Manager Hollow Metal Division for the Detroit Door Ann Arbor branch. "We worked a lot with the owner, too, during the construction process of this project."Being open to suggestions and willing to use creativity, we secured a problem free job and a please... 

Airport center-hung swing doorsNew Automatic doors give Smith and McNamara terminals new look

The 46-year old Smith Terminal, located at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport handles about 6 million passengers a year. With this high volume of passengers coming in and out, the automatic doors were frequently out of commission due to years of constant use and being slammed into by baggage carts. Repairs were necessary, but with plans of a new facility on the horizon, cost was a big consideration

 
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