Case Studies2023-06-29T14:33:55+00:00


Our latest Case Studies provide you with a summary of projects we have carried out,

across fire safety and security, installation and servicing contracts.

Single Source Maintenance

December 7th, 2022|

SINGLE SOURCE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR BOTH FIRE AND INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS Budgens Franchise Project Overview Single Source Maintenance Contract System Type: Fire and Intruder Alarm Systems Project Length: On-going Project Summary: Nine stores within a Budgens franchise, sought to consolidate their servicing for all their fire and security system. The current maintenance schedules were split between several different providers, each offering varying levels of service of which the customer wasn’t satisfied with. We were approached to take over and unify the maintenance contracts, so they were all carried out simultaneously, to the same standard with only one provider to communicate with. Making the client co-ordination roles much easier. Issues: Unknown codes for intruder alarms, resulting in the reprogramming of systems. Previous maintenance had not been thorough enough, resulting in several of the sites, no longer being compliant to the required standards. Our recommendations were implemented, and we are now working alongside the customer to create a schedule of works upgrading the retail outlets to current legislative standards. Project: All sites [...]

Wireless Fire Alarm System

November 9th, 2022|

INSTALLATION OF A WIRELESS FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Greenhill Methodist Church Project Overview Installation of a Wireless Fire Alarm System System Type: EMS Firecell Project Length: 1.5 Days Project Summary: From the initial meeting with the site SS Systems put forward an EMS Firecell system solution. This is a wireless fire alarm system that would offer the client the flexibility needed as the change of use of the church progresses, and also meant that no disruption to the running of the event/groups already organised could be achieved. The system can also be easily extended as their building works progress. It was clear that the budget was important, and we worked with the church to ensure that the installation phases met with their budget forecast. Initially it was agreed to design and install a L5 category of system covering all escape routes and high-risk areas such as kitchens and boiler room. Our engineer was fully aware that the church would be occupied in certain areas at certain times of the day during the install and this [...]

Installation of a Radio Fire Alarm System

September 26th, 2022|

INSTALLATION OF A RADIO FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Replace an aged non-functional hardwired system to a fully operational School Site. Project Overview Installation of Hybrid Fire alarm, Intruder & CCTV Systems. Panel Type: EMS Syncro Apollo protocol Device Type: EMS Firecell Project Length: 2 intense weeks with an objective to keep the school operational and open for use. Project Summary: De Aston School is a mixed secondary school with academy status in Lincolnshire, England, with a sixth form and boarding house. It has grown over the years, with fire alarms being added as and when required resulting in several different systems across site with differing levels of coverage. The systems were linked together, but personnel did not have full addressability across the site from any panel position. This meant that in the event of a test or activation the building manager would have to go to more than one panel location to silence and reset. In addition, not all areas were adequately covered and as such did not meet the current British Standard 5839 The [...]

Monument Project works for Heritage Visitor Attraction

August 25th, 2022|

MULTI-DISCIPLINED MODERN INSTALLATION Monument Project works for Heritage Visitor Attraction Project Overview Installation of Hybrid Fire alarm, Intruder & CCTV Systems. Panel Type: Advanced MXpro5 – Fire Intruder: Texecom Premier CCTV : Dahua Device Type: Fire – Apollo Discovery / EMS Firecell Project Length: 4 months – working with other specialist heritage trades and Architect Project Summary: Where previously the building was an empty shell, a free-standing timber structure within it has been installed, protecting the ruin, and creating a new roof deck to provide magnificent views over the surrounding area. On the lost first floor, dramatic aerial walkways open up hidden rooms for the first time since it was gutted by fire in 1684.  The heritage site undertook a modern approach to make a visitor experience enhanced whilst providing a safe environment for access and egress to all visitors and site staff. Issues: Inside, new walkways and staircases opened up parts of the tower that have been off-limits for centuries, and immersive soundscapes with installation materials to be fitted and not seen. [...]

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