Access Projects turns 20 | Sunday Observer

Access Projects turns 20

10 October, 2021

Despite the fluctuating economic and business conditions, some companies with a strongly Sri Lankan heritage possess the ability to sustain a pioneering legacy of innovation and dynamism into the future.

For Access Projects, a subsidiary of The Access Group that commenced operations 20 years ago with the manufacturing of ceilings and proprietary aluminium windows, the journey has been one of setting new standards in the Sri Lankan construction industry, saidDilshanFerdinando, Managing Director of Access Projects.

Still possessing the pioneering streak, – they introduced the concept of proprietary tested doors and windows to Sri Lanka recognised as the industry standard today, a company spokesman said.

Access Projects has created a niche of operational excellence for high quality doors and windows used in high rise buildings ; their extensive expertise that enables them to supply and install windows for any project in Sri Lanka, is also evident in the sole window testing lab in Sri Lanka set up by the Company in 2020.

The Company commenced manufacturing high quality aluminium Windows and Facades in Sri Lanka, using a license from one of the world’s best known suppliers, AluKfrom Italy. Today, 20 years later, Access Projects has established the island’s largest Window and Facade factory, said Ferdinando. In the mid-90s, Access Projects also exported fabricated windows to markets in Australia and Maldives, utilized in residential high rise projects.

Accredited with IS0 9001 and accredited to CIDA C1 SP1(Construction Industry Development Authority) Access Projects specializes in construction projects that call for attention to detail and meeting exacting customer needs. The Company continues to innovate and add value to an industry that keeps growing despite challenging economic conditions.