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A senior fire engineer tasked with assessing the safety of the Grenfell Tower revamp in 2012 ahead of the refurbishment ‘didn’t know what was being proposed’ for the building’s cladding and insulation, an inquiry into the fire has heard
Signage and wayfinding for firefightersSubscription
Geoff Wilkinson looks at developments in signage following the Grenfell tragedy
Covering Grenfell Tower in cladding was deemed not to pose any ’particular issues or problems’ by fire engineers who assessed the project in 2012 before the building’s refurbishment, the inquiry has heard.
Grenfell Tower Inquiry restarts todaySubscription
Fire engineer Exova is back under the spotlight as the Grenfell Tower Inquiry into the 2017 fire which killed 72 people restarts today
The government has admitted it does not know how many of the UK’s 85,000 buildings between 11m and 18m tall are clad with dangerous ACM material like that used on Grenfell Tower
Grenfell Tower refurbishment practice Studio E Architects Ltd has entered voluntary liquidation, owing more than £140,000 to creditors
The team running the Grenfell Tower Inquiry is consulting on how the proceedings might be able to continue, despite the ongoing coronavirus restrictions
Efforts to remove dangerous aluminium composite material (ACM) has stalled due to ‘severe’ disruption to remediation work caused by the coronavirus
With the inquiry paused due to coronavirus restrictions, Ella Jessel and Richard Waite unpick where things currently stand
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has been put on hold ‘until further notice’ following the government’s stricter advice on measures to counter the coronavirus epidemic