News Of Emirates – GEZE secured its place as one of the most important manufacturers in the construction sector twice at the Architects’ Darling Awards 2019. As part of the industry survey by Heinze GmbH of over 2000 architects and planners, GEZE received the coveted silver and bronze prizes in the ‘Safety Technology and Access Control Systems’ and ‘Automatic Doors’ categories respectively.
“We are extremely delighted about winning again at Architects’ Darling 2019. GEZE supports architects as a partner in planning and implementing liveable buildings. We will also be promoting the digital networking of building technology in future, and winning customers the world over with intelligent and innovative products,” says Gabi Bauer, Head of International Marketing at GEZE GmbH.
In focus: safety and convenience
GEZE intensively advises architects through the entire project life cycle. The experts in door, window and safety technology offer individual advice not only about individual products in all phases of a project. The Leonberg business has already received several awards for its safety and access control systems. An example of this is GEZE Cockpit: an innovative building automation system that intelligently networks GEZE products from the areas of door, windows and safety systems, thereby not only providing extra safety, but more convenience and economy as well.
Excellent: automatic doors
Automatic doors enjoy great significance among architects. They can often be found in the entrance area of a building and have an impact on a visitor’s initial impression. It is especially gratifying that GEZE was able to win points from renowned architects and be awarded with the bronze phoenix with its customized solutions in the field of automatic doors.
GEZE is one of the leaders on the market and is a reliable partner worldwide for door, window and safety technology products and systems. No matter what the requirements of the building are – GEZE realizes optimum solutions and combines functionality and security with comfort and design. GEZE door closers open up numerous technical and visual options. Every day millions of people go through doors equipped with the overhead door closers from the TS 5000 series and enjoy the barrier-free convenience of automatic door systems, e.g. the Slimdrive and Powerturn lines. The integrated all-glass design systems are pure aesthetics. GEZE also has a wide product range for window and ventilation technology. Complete “intelligent” smoke and heat exhaust solutions (RWA) and a comprehensive selection of door systems for RWA air supply solutions are also available for preventative fire protection. GEZE’s safety technology includes escape and rescue route solutions, locks technology and access control systems. With system expertise, GEZE creates coordinated system solutions that combine individual functions and security requirements in one intelligent system. The latest innovations are the new building automation system GEZE Cockpit and interface modules for integrating GEZE products into networking solutions which turn buildings into Smart Buildings. GEZE product solutions have received numerous awards and can be found in renowned structures all over the world. The company is represented by 31 subsidiaries, 27 of which are abroad, a flexible and highly efficient distribution and service network and more than 3,000 employees worldwide and generates group revenue of EUR 448 million.
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