Whether your building is a new-build or 100 years old, if fire-stopping wasn’t fitted at the time of construction, this is something you may now need to rectify.
Retrofitting can be a little complex, with some problem-solving and brainstorming needed to provide suitable solutions to risk areas.
Maybe you are looking for additional passive fire protection within a historical building, such as fire-resistant wood coatings or undrfloor barriers? Or perhaps you require remedial compartmentation works to risers or communal areas within occupied apartments following a recent fire risk assessment.
Every case of retrofit fire-stopping is slightly different. Still, with a wealth of experience in this field within both heritage and more modern properties, we offer our clients the best resolutions based on the demands of any associated governing bodies.