Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London.
As part of a team of fire consultants currently (September 2005) reviewing the fire safety engineering strategy of the Palace of Westminster, I contributed the parts of the qualitative design review (QDR) dealing with: the establishment of fire safety objectives; history of fires in similar buildings; and important fire and smoke spread scenarios. This interesting work is of critical value in view of the prestigious and important nature of the buildings which include roughly 1000 rooms. With other members of the team this study has involved making a selective survey of the buildings concentrating on the risk areas.
Client: KFP Consulting Ltd who were at that time undertaking a detailed review of the fire safety strategy and fire detection and voice alarm systems installed in the buildings.
Victoria Tower, Houses of Parliament
I made an assessment of fire resistance of fissured fire protection to steel beams.
Client: Property Services Agency
Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London
I made a site survey and assessment of fire precautions needed when upgrading the historic timber floors
Client: Andrews Kent and Stone, London
Shardlow Mill No 2.
Assessment of fire resistance of historic floor separating restaurant from residential accommodation.
Client: WM Walkerdine, DerbyShare