ASFP welcomes launch of RIBA Plan of Work for Fire Safety

The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) is pleased to announce that the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has launched a consultation on a new RIBA Plan of Work for Fire Safety. The document represents the culmination of work…

Integrated systems stimulate growth in the UK active fire protection sector

The total market size for active fire protection systems in the UK saw good growth to 2016 at between 7% and 9% per year, in line with higher levels of construction output across key end-use sectors such as education and…

Checkmate Fire responds to the Hackitt review

Mark Williams, the CEO of passive fire protection specialist Checkmate Fire, gives his response to the recommendations of the Hackitt Review. The publication of the long-awaited Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety, commissioned by the Government following the…

Prysmian Welcomes the Hackitt Review

As a manufacturer committed to the design and manufacture of high quality, comprehensively tested and certified products into Britain’s buildings, Prysmian UK supports the conclusions of the Hackitt Review published in May 2018. We welcome the focus on product testing…

Building consultancy takes its own steps to counter Hackitt Review “failings”

Building surveying, cost management, architecture and project management specialist Trident Building Consultancy has taken the decision to set its own rules regarding fire safety following what it sees as the “extraordinary failings” of the final recommendations from the Hackitt Review which were…

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