architects and passive fire protection
When designing and building properties it is important for architects to factor in the need for passive fire protection measures to be in place. These measures are built into the structure of a building to help safeguard the lives of everyone inside and help limit the damage a fire can do the property.
Many building designs are able to utilise fire safety engineering, helping architects to implement innovative cost-effective designs while working to fire safety design standards. This way newly designed buildings will be able to limit the spread of a fire, keeping it restricted to only one area.
Here at Surefire Passive, we understand what is needed for successful fire safety design and our experts have many years’ experience working with architects to achieve it. They are able to offer advice, guidance and expertise to architects during all stage of a project design and implementation.
The work will entail advice and guidance on all forms of passive protection such as fire-resistant doors, walls, ceilings and floors. We will work with architects and make recommendations of what passive fire protection measures should be taken, and how best to implement them.
This will include undertaking a detailed survey to understand the layout, contents and occupancy of a building. If you are an architect and designing a new building, we would be happy to help with the passive fire protection measures that are required. Please contact us now to find out how we can help.