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AccentHansen stole the show at the prestigious Tate Britain Centenary Development in central London when it provided specialist steel doorsets and project management skills to the value of £110,000. The architect is John Miller and Partners, the main construction manager is Mace. FireShield 120 and SecureShield 4 robust yet elegant doorsets are critical to the ongoing Centenary development. Used for new plant rooms, which house the museum's sophisticated environmental control systems, a high degree of sound attenuation is incorporated in all AccentHansen's doorsets as well as security, fire proofing, ergonomics and aesthetics. AccentHansen also provides SoundShield and MultiShield doorsets.

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