The company was established by Matt Peacock, who has 15 years experience in the automatic door industry beginning in this field installing and maintaining automatic doors manufactured by CJ Rush in Toronto, Canada followed later by doors manufactured by Blasi GmbH in Mahlberg, Germany. Matt joined Rush Entrances and as the company grew moved from the installing of the doors into the design, planning, logistical and technical side of the projects. Projects worked on in London include Belgrave House, Buckingham Palace Road (which at the time had the largest single pieces of glass and the tallest revolving doors in the UK), Portcullis House, GLA building, V&A Museum, Arthur Street, Paternoster Square development, City Point and Imperial College. Other projects include The Royal Bank of Scotland Headquarters Edinburgh and Farnborough Business Park.
In 2004 Matt left Rush Entrances and started a company installing and maintaining automatic doors. The company was seen as Blasi’s service agent in the UK and having built up a close working relationship with Blasi and their customers often acted as a representative for Blasi at meetings with Architects/clients/builders. In July 2007 the company was incorporated into EA Group (UK) Ltd who had become Blasi's sales agents in the UK. Matt transferred to EA Group managing the maintenance, design and installation of automatic doors (manufactured by Blasi and later by KBB, Beijing), supplying technical/design information to Architects/Builders/Customers and producing drawings for proposed projects. Projects worked on (design and installation) include Broadway in London, Warwick University, Sheffield University, Milton Gate in Egham and the National Welsh Library.
In 2011 Matt left EA Group and established A.D.M.I Doors Ltd. The company's aim is to not only maintain, supply and install automatic doors but to manufacture the doors in the UK and, after recently completing an all glass room on a roof terrace overlooking the sea which we designed and built, to supply and install bespoke glass rooms with as many components sourced from within the UK as possible.