of the ever changing building regulations, and after the events
of '9/11', many architects and building companies, insist
on high quality fire doors and screens, and where appropriate,
bomb blast doors and screens.
M I S have, because of the
level of security obtained, installed said doors and screens
in both the Canadian and Turkish Embassies in London, and
also provided a bullet proof control room for the West Lothian
& Borders Police Headquarters. M I S was also contracted
to supply the framework for the security screen in the House
of Commons that has been the subject of a high degree of press
coverage due to recent events, to say nothing of constructing
a safe haven for many millions of pounds worth of diamonds
for The Diamond Trading Co in London.
I S have also been heavily involved in the installation of
fire doors and screens for many local authorities, both in
new build projects and to replace existing doors. Much of
the above involve the use of 'Jansen' and 'Forster' systems,
which provide an excellent end product, and are named by most
contractors and architects as their preferred suite of sections.
The Dartford River Crossing, had new toll booths installed,
M I S being employed in the manufacture of heavy duty sliding
doors for the booths, that have to be sturdy enough to stand
up to use 24 hours a day.
is just a brief introduction to our Company, but if you are
about to undertake a project that could come under any of
the above, we would be only too pleased to organise a meeting
with yourselves to see if we could provide the exact end product