Following Laing O’Rourke taking over completion of a former Carillion project to construct the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital it was found that fire protection previously installed by other contractors did not comply with regulations.
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Following a fire strategy survey of this hotel in the centre of Newcastle, it was found the the service penetrations at all levels needed upgrading to bring in line with current regulations.
Following a fire strategy survey of this hotel it was found that compartmentation to the basement and ground floor needed upgrading to bring in line with current regulations.
With plans for Harrods to completely revamp it’s Beauty Hall offering, Fire Barrier Services was tasked with providing remedial fire stopping works to update the current offering and provide 120 minutes fire protection.
Engaged as principal contractor, Fire Barrier Services were employed to undertake essential maintenance throughout both buildings at Harbour Exchange, Towers 1 & 2 in the heart of the Docklands, London.
Following a safety survey of this historic building, now home of the world famous Bombay Sapphire Gin Distillery, it was found that service penetrations through compartments walls and floors were not compliant with fire regulations.
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Fire Barrier Services is one of the UK’s leading passive fire protection contractors. With a reputation for trust and delivery, we pride ourselves on our integrity. Due to continued expansion
In order to determine whether the external wall system is ‘safe’, it will be necessary to assess the nature of the materials comprising the external wall and the state of
The Injectaclad product is a retrospectively installed cavity barrier designed to reinstate the fire resistance performance of rigid and flexible wall and floor constructions using the patented Injectaclad product and process.
Injectaclad can reinstate a buildings reinstate the fire resistance performance of wall and floor construction cavity details, where linear gaps are present within hidden voids that can allow fire and smoke to pass through from one compartment to another.
From an environmental prospective if the external façade of a building is removed the volume of waste material generated is significant as are the levels of dust and debris. Whilst some of the façade may be recycled such as brick / blockwork
Injectaclad provides a cost effective solution to a significant safety issue and gives peace of mind to building owners and occupiers by retrospectively reinstating the fire resistance performance of cavity
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