LWF have provided fire engineering services to the some of the Countries finest building for over eighteen years ensuring that both the occupants of the building and the artefacts on display to the general public are protected.
Very often fire engineering is the only way to demonstrate adequate risk to life without destroying the building fabric.
By using fire engineering principles rather than traditional prescriptive regulations, LWF has been able to specify more accurately fire safety measures which are sympathetic and compatible with the needs of the client and regulatory authorities.
Fire Safety Services have been provided to:
The British Museum - to prepare and review the fire strategy for the public areas of the museum.
The Natural History Museum - providing both strategic and detailed advice to meet the rigorous demands of modern fire safety
The National Gallery
The British Library
Imperial War Museum
Cabinet War Rooms
The Palace of Westminster
The Bank of England
The Royal Household
The Historic Royal Palaces Agency
Sir John Soanes Museum
Hon Society of the Inner Temple
To discuss in more detail any of the above projects or any other project not listed above please call 020 8668 8663.