Latest News from Ellison Bronze

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Jake Michalski

July 27, 2015
Ellison Unveils Stainless Steel Hardware For Its Balanced Doors

Ellison Unveils Stainless Steel Hardware For Its Balanced Doors

New Material Offers Supreme Durability and Matching Finish

FALCONER, NY… Ellison Bronze balanced door hardware is now available in stainless steel, replacing the previously used tombasil, or ‘white bronze.’

April 1, 2015
James Chau

Ellison Bronze Names James Chau Purchasing Manager

FALCONER, NY… Ellison Bronze, Inc., the inventor of the balanced door and provider of the highest quality marquee entrances in the industry, is happy to announce the promotion of James Chau to Purchasing Manager.

March 3, 2015
Matthew Kirkpatrick

Ellison Bronze Names Matthew Kirkpatrick as Plant Manager

FALCONER, NY… Ellison Bronze, Inc., the inventor of the balanced door and provider of the highest-quality marquee entrances in the industry, announces the hire of Matthew Kirkpatrick as Plant Manager.

February 10, 2015
George W. Bush Library Doors

Ellison Bronze Doors in George W. Bush Library

Ellison provided five pairs of custom monumental balanced door units, including hardware and immediate framing. Four of the pairs are an impressive 12-feet tall. Each of these doors includes three raised bronze panels surrounded by a solid bronze bar. The construction and hinging hardware allow the sizable doors to be opened easily. The balanced doors pivot at two-thirds the width of the door, creating a balance that distributes the weight so the door requires little force to open. The inset balancing point allows for an easier open force, even against external wind and internal building pressure, despite the added weight of the sturdy components.

June 25, 2014

Success in the Balance: Form and Function With Balanced Doors

Specifying doors is a complex task, given the various choices available to meet aesthetic and functional needs. When choosing a marquee entry, a specifier needs to consider several criteria.

May 16, 2014

Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum

HGA Architects and Engineers

The Garden Mausoleum at Lakewood Cemetery required careful consideration of the intimacy of personal grieving and the shared rituals of commemoration. The 24,500-square-foot building is anchored by a two-level structure housing a committal chapel and a reception space.

May 16, 2014

Exploratorium at Pier 15


The Exploratorium at Pier 15 provides expanded program space and a prime central location on San Francisco’s historic Embarcadero waterfront. Visitors can now experience 80,000 square feet of exhibit space highlighted by a glass-enclosed observatory with an unobstructed view of the San Francisco Bay.

April 25, 2014
Ellison Provides Custom Balanced Doors for San Francisco’s Exploratorium

Ellison Provides Custom Balanced Doors for San Francisco’s Exploratorium

Door System Accommodates High Traffic Marine Environment at LEED® Platinum Facility

The new Exploratorium at Pier 15 on the Sans Francisco waterfront features 14 custom balanced doors from Ellison Bronze, welcoming visitors to the mu

April 10, 2014
Ellison Outfits New York by Gehry with Custom Balanced Doors

Ellison Outfits Old Point Bank with Custom Balanced Doors

Intricate Doors Complement Building's Architectural Heritage

FALCONER, NY… Ellison Bronze, Inc., the inventor of the balanced door, provides custom entry doors for Old Point Bank’s new headquarters and full-service branch in Hampton, Virginia. The Muntz bronze doors complement the building’s early 20th century aesthetic, while offering durability that will last long into the 21st century.

February 15, 2014

RMW Architecture & Interiors, Page & Turnbull, and BCV Architects

With a prime location near San Francisco's Civic Center and downtown shopping corridor, one of the city's few subway stops, and wide brick sidewalks fit for throngs of pedestrians, Mid-Market has had all the makings of a sought-after neighborhood.



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