Kermac Industries was chosen to manufacture and install custom ducting hatches and K-Freestanding toilet cubicles at the new Greenlane showroom for premium car dealership, Archibald and Shorter.
Kerry McAuliffe from KerMac Industries worked closely with Team Architects and Mark Hall from MSH Architects on the custom design specification and installation for this new look project. A specific design was required for the duct hatches and KerMac was happy to work through the details of the design to meet the architects' vision.
Dominion Constructors were the chosen contractors completing the building works at Greenlane Archibald and Shorter. Site manager Trevor Mould was a great facilitator in meeting the strict design brief and programme throughout the construction process, making this a stand-out project for their client.
KerMac supplied the ducting hatches and toilet cubicles in imported Eggar laminate 'Walnut Tennessee'. The ducting hatches needed to be removable and have an 11mm negative gap on all corners with a black negative detail.
K-Freestanding cubicles were then installed, finishing to line up with mirror and hatch panels which were already installed, with negative details on the ceilings also. KerMac used 150mm stainless steel surround skirting on cubicle and hatch panel bases to ensure product longevity from cleaning wear and tear.
Kermac has enjoyed working with Dominion Constructors to achieve a great outcome and looks forward to the next instalment — Archibald and Shorter in Wairau Rd, Takapuna.