Fire Safety Legislation now requires that building owners take full responsibility for all aspects of fire safety within their premises. As part of their risk assessment process they are required to ensure the fire rating elements of the building structure meet current legislation.
Passive fire protection is built into the fabric of the building to provide fire safety through the use of fire-resistant walls, floors, ceilings and doors.
Passive fire protection is the primary measure integrated within the fabric of a building to provide fire safety by responding against flame, heat and smoke. Passive fire protection attempts to contain fires or slow the spread, through the use of fire-resistant walls, floors, ceilings and doors etc.
Typically passive fire protection is provided during the initial construction of a building in accordance with the relevant standards at the time. Alterations to the building and its use, or changes to legislation may require retrospective measures to be used to maintain the required protection.
Adamport provide this assurance as all work carried out is issued with a certificate of conformity from the Nationwide Association of Passive Fire Installers and Specifiers.
Our Services Include -
- Installation, Upgrading and Maintenance of Fire Doors
- Passive Fire Protection Installation of all Fire Protective Materials in Floors, Ceilings, Walls, Cavities and Roofs
- Installation of Fire Barriers and Curtains
- Intumesant Treatment of Timber and Steel
- Installation of Electrical Fire Protection
At Adamport we pride ourselves on the relationship we build with our clients, and the repeat business that we have as a result of this, and our commitment to uphold our workmanship. We are used to working on high priority contracts which include Hospitals, universities, hotels, and care homes. We have had nothing but positive feedback from our clients including major trusts and city council, and we are more than happy to provide references on request.
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