An architect recently sent me a question and I could use some suggestions from y’all. I know what I would do, but I’d like to hear other ideas.
There are 4 pairs of doors involved, and each leaf is 4 feet wide x 9 feet 4 inches in height. They are part of a curtainwall system on the entrance to an urban transportation facility, so they are subject to high use and possibly some abuse. The doors are in the open position much of the time and there is no protection from the weather, so the existing panic hardware has begun to rust. There is a fair amount of wind which affects the closers, and the doors are currently hung on pivots.
WWYD to resolve these issues?