- Heritage buildings
- Hotels, guest houses and Inns
- Telecommunications facilities
- Industrial food production areas
- Automotive test facilities
- Information Technology (IT)
- Village halls & community pavilions and clubs
Information Technology (IT)
With the growing acceptance of the ‘internet age’, there has been an abundance of facilities constructed to act as ‘hosting facilities’. These may be purpose designed and built constructions or buildings that have been ‘converted’ with all the necessary infrastructures installed to function as a ‘host site’. Whether the buildings are new or old they still have the same inherent weakness! A susceptibility to fire…
We are familiar with the industry and the unique problems that exist in the way the host company operate there facility. All these facilities have massive power consumption and as such generate vast amounts of heat, as a result all equipment rooms are air conditioned and this in its own rite effects how a fire and smoke behaves and the impact it has on users and evacuation etc.
We are fully conversant with all types of automatic fire detection and suppression systems installed and can audit these systems for compliance and suitability.
Our knowledge and understanding of this industry enables us to merge the legal requirements for fire safety with due consideration being given to business interruption and the financial implications a fire in this environment would have. Easily identifiable fire hazards within these types of facilities include:
• Power generation plant rooms.
• Standby generators.
• IT equipment rooms
• Repair workshops
• Staff and visitor catering facilities.