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Geoffrey Williams

Geoffrey Williams

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  • Comment on: ACME reworks £300m central Chester plans

    Geoffrey Williams's comment 9-Sep-2015 1:14 pm

    Chester's historic Rows are a protected feature of Chester's shopping area. Protection against fire has to be an essential requirement. Moreover, access to the city centre is difficult due to narrow streets that are often gridlocked. Fire fighting would be a considerable hazard. Best practice would be to chose the ultimate in enhanced fire survival equipment and electric cables to provide security of the electrical supply. Maintaining the electrical supply would be critical in fire conditions.

  • Comment on: Chipperfield lined up for US Embassy overhaul

    Geoffrey Williams's comment 30-Aug-2015 1:44 pm

    This is an interesting development that requires the top solutions in terms of it's security and threat of fire. The building has attracted a good deal of activity, from suspicious factions, over the years. Security in this building must be high on any developer's agenda. Enhanced fire survival electric cables, type MICC, having a two hour fire rating, is vital. Best practice must apply in this particular instance.

  • Comment on: Glasgow School of Art unveils scale-model of Mack library

    Geoffrey Williams's comment 2-Jul-2015 12:00 pm

    Following the disastrous fire in the original building much focus of attention will, no doubt, be given to the subject of Fire Protection. The emphasis must be on the security of the electrical supply to all fire rated circuits. This is endorsed by the Fire Officers and the IFPO. A 2 hour fire rated cable is essential and must include an enhanced fire survival cabling, known as MICC. Accordingly, this should be discussed with the design team leaders Park\Page.

  • Comment on: Foster beats Zaha to land overhaul of Bayswater's 'Harrods'

    Geoffrey Williams's comment 30-Jan-2015 11:09 am

    This refurbishment of the famous, World acclaimed, grade 11 listed building needs the best protection to combat fire. All high risk circuits needs continuity of the electrical supply. Potentially the correct choice of electric cable for these applications is vital to safeguard the millions of people visiting this grand and pivotal building. This can be achieved by utilising enhanced fire survival electric cables. Safety against cable fires is paramount in such buildings in the World's greatest capital. A feature that is often overlooked.

  • Comment on: Official: Rogers Stirk Harbour signs deal on Cheesegrater HQ

    Geoffrey Williams's comment 14-Jan-2015 10:02 am

    I sincerely hope that fire survival electric cables are being utilised for fire protection and critical life saving services. Cable fires globally can be the direct cause of the spread of fire and the present London Skyline poses considering problems of access to our fire fighters.

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