Won-Door is the solution for O.C. Tanner restoration

Won-Door is the solution for O.C. Tanner restoration

Won-Door is the solution for O.C. Tanner restoration

 

Won-Door is the solution for O.C. Tanner restorationSALT LAKE CITY — Continuity. The preservation of light and space.

That’s what Won-Door products helped to provide in the O.C. Tanner headquarters restoration and remodel.

The four FireGuard accordion fire doors installed in the front entrance area of the building at 1930 S. State St. in Salt Lake met both the fire protection and egress requirements and worked with the design to create a light, lovely, open space.

Because the doors are recessed in storage pockets, they are virtually out of sight when there’s no emergency.

“It was the only way to have glass and the openings we wanted in the new entrance,” said Cecilia Uriburu, an associate with FFKR Architects. “We wanted to provide continuity while allowing for 600 or more people to pass through on a daily basis.”

Uriburu said Won-Door FireGuard horizontal doors was the only and best solution.

The architectural firm used four Won-Door doors in the project: two 23’ wide doors and two 40’ wide doors.

“We’re very happy with it,” Uriburu said.

O.C. Tanner was founded in 1927 as a maker of fine jewelry and provides rewards as well as service and performance recognition awards for businesses, individuals and organizations around the world.

The company has offices in Canada, England, Australia, Singapore, Frankfurt, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Shanghai, India, Tokyo and Salt Lake City with 8,000 clients in 150 countries.

O.C. Tanner provided the award medals for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and commemorative rings for the 2000 Sydney Games, the 2004 Athens Games, the 2006 Torino Games and the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Tom Nordquist is the District Manager for the Won-Door region that includes Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming and southern Nevada.