September 9, 2013
Barnet FC enjoyed a successful start to life at their new stadium The Hive thanks to a 3-0 victory over Chester FC at the weekend. The win was also celebrated by the team at
Rayner Doors Ltd
- the technical experts behind the stadium's impressive assortment of steel doors.
A lot goes into the design and construction of a football stadium and clubs have to be really savvy when it comes to matters of fan safety, security, functionality and the user-friendliness of areas used by members of staff and members of the public.
For Barnet FC, the specialists at Rayner Doors Ltd were the natural choice to put in charge of designing and installing a range of
to improve security and functionality in line with stringent guidelines on safety.
What's more, the Conference side knew that the technicians at Rayner Doors could be relied on to provide a fast and efficient made to measure service in order to make sure that The Hive would be ready for the opening fixture of the season.
The team spent the summer supplying and fitting a range of doors, including sashlock and lever handled personnel doors, fire exits with panic hardware and DDA toilet doors with sophisticated radar locking technology.
All the work was completely on time and on Saturday 10
August The Hive opened its doors to 2,543 fans who helped usher in a new chapter in the history of Barnet FC.
To top off a successful summer of preparation for the new season, the players delivered on the pitch - goals from
giving the Barnet faithful the perfect introduction to their new surroundings.
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