Architects and business owners looking to install the best and safest doors for fire
situations—at the lowest cost—will find background and advice from Oshkosh Door President Chris Calawerts in the April 2017 issue of Doors + Hardware magazine.
“Safety awareness is greater now than ever,” said Calawerts, “and Oshkosh Door is privileged to help our clients focus on safety with our expertise in fire-rated doors. We’ve been manufacturing doors for centuries, so we’ve seen the evolution in safety features and focus. We’ve stayed on top of the trends and options for safe, durable and cost-effective fire-rated doors for our customers.”
Read the article, titled “At the Core of Fire-Rated Doors: Can Safety and Durability Come at a Lower Cost?” here.
“Ultimately at Oshkosh Door, we’re in the people business,” said Calawerts. “We put people first in our operations. We put people first in the doors we produce. This is a source of pride for every team member in our company.”
About Oshkosh Door
Oshkosh Door Company dates to 1853, shortly before the Civil War, when the City of Oshkosh was just forming. Edward Paine and his sons moved their saw mill from New York to establish The Paine Lumber Company which in short time dominated the millwork industry. Today, the company’s ten-acre campus remains in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where all the door manufacturing takes place. The company specializes in quick delivery of custom architectural wood doors that can be found in commercial applications worldwide. The company employs 130 people. To learn more about Oshkosh Door, visit www.oshkoshdoor.com.