At Transwall it’s the norm for us to get excited about products that can transform an office into a more functional and attractive space. We recently completed a project using a telescoping door and felt compelled to share the benefit of this system.
The telescoping door has panels that collapse back over each other allowing for an open space with minimal parking area. The synchronized system has a belt in the ceiling that slides all doors at the same time; you have the option to connect multiple systems that will operate at the same time. The result? Slick, simple, elegant space saving doors that allow for a larger collaborative space when necessary.
Below are images from a project we did with a high value client Menlo Park, California that incorporated some telescoping doors.
Transwall was a proud Silver Sponsor of the 35th annual Friends of Saint Dominic’s Business & Labor Awards Dinner on January 26, 2016.
Saint Dominic’s Home was established over 137 years ago to care for orphaned and immigrant children. The home continues to provide care and support for thousands of children, teens, and adults who are victims to homelessness, hunger, educational deprivation and abuse.
Each year Saint Dominic’s Home holds the Business & Labor Awards Dinner to recognize outstanding contributions to the Business & Labor industry. This year, Joseph A. Geiger of the NYC & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters received the Francis J.P. McHale Memorial Award and Carl Galioto of HOK received the Victory Award. Representatives from Transwall celebrated the 2016 honorees at the dinner held at Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
Pictured at Transwall’s table, from left side: Lisa Safiani (Mancini Duffy), Marc Valois (Transwall), Scott Harrell (Mancini Duffy), Shaun Mannix (Transwall), Dylan Howe (Mancini Duffy), Brandon Davis (Mancini Duffy), Nora Alhasan (Mancini Duffy), Ray Steventon (Transwall), and Krista Merrill (Mancini Duffy). Not pictured: Danilo Simunovic.