This webinar focuses on fire engineering in open plan residential apartments.
Watch it here today to learn how the fire safety design of open plan layouts in residential buildings can be achieved with the applicable guidance and approach, designing them to overcome the limitation of the guidance.
It is natural to want to have the appropriate level of fire safety in every one of your projects. Allowing you to meet building requirements and keep your building occupants safe, whilst also making the use of your space and showcasing your fantastic design.
This webinar focuses on fire safety design in residential buildings.
Watch it here today to see how you can achieve building regulations approval and high safety standards. All whilst maximising space and reducing build and fire safety system costs for your building.
One of the key objectives for our fire engineers during the early stages of any project is to spot areas of the design where alternative approaches to that suggested in the Approved Document B of the Building Regulations 2010 (ADB), or other common design guides, need to be developed.
As with any property the maintenance element is very important to ensure the comfort and safety of its occupants. Good maintenance also prevents the need for expensive repair works in the future.
Integrating and installing a fire safety system in residential buildings require careful planning and understanding of fire engineering.
To improve your knowledge then check out our free webinar below, it covers…
- smoke ventilation systems
- their benefits
- how to achieve building regulations compliance
- and value engineered solutions.
It also covers the considerations and benefits of incorporating sprinklers into a residential building’s design.
As discussed in our previous blog post on the repair work being carried out at the Palace of Westminster, maximising fire safety in such a prestigious building can be a significant undertaking, but what about more commonplace historical properties and refurbishment projects?