Lawrence Webster Forrest (LWF), Fire Engineering and Fire Risk Management Consultants
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Lawrence Webster Forrest
Legion House
Lower Road
Kenley
Surrey
CR8 5NH

Tel: +44 (0)20 8668 8663 Fax: +44 (0)20 8668 8583
E-mail: fire@lwf.co.uk

Fire Engineering & Fire Risk Management Services

LWF provide a bespoke Fire Engineering Project service and a comprehensive Fire Risk Management solution tailored to your requirements.

So, whether you are looking for a straightforward fire risk assessment to ensure you meet current legislative requirements, or you want fire engineer input on a turnkey project, from inception to completion, we have the resources you need.

All of our fire engineering and risk management services are designed to offer you flexibility, a creative approach and will fulfil your objectives for statutory compliance, duty of care and the protection of your business.

Fire Engineering services include; Fire Strategy, Evacuation, Means of Escape Modelling, Fire & Smoke Modelling, Smoke Control, Design Review and Validation, Fire Safety Management and due diligence.

Fire Risk Management services include; Fire Risk Assessment, Fire Safety Audits, Fire Safety Management, Fire Safety Policy and Procedures, Fire Safety Training and Acquisition Surveys. 

And in addition to the two main service areas, we offer Fire Alarm System Design, Emergency Lighting System Design, Fire Suppression System Design, Details Work Schedules, Contract Documentation & Tender Issue and Evaluation, Project Installation Supervision.

A more in-depth look at each of our services is available below, or you can call us to discuss your project on 020 8668 8663.

 

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FIRE SAFETY BLOGS

  • Facilities Management & Fire Safety - Fire & Rescue Service Facilities - Part 5

    In LWF’s blog series for those who work in Facilities Management or who have an interest in or responsibility for fire safety, we have been looking at the facilities required by the Fire and Rescue Service in case of a fire at your premises. As has been established in the previous parts of this series, many of these provisions are physical and should be taken into account when the building is at the design and...

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  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Sprinkler System Installations - Part 25

    In LWF’s Fire Engineering blog series for Architects and others in the building design industry, we have been looking at the use of sprinklers as part of active fire protection. In Part 24, the types of sprinkler system were considered, including wet, alternate and dry installations. Part 25 will continue from that point and cover tail-end alternate and tail-end dry systems and pre-action installations.While it is most common for outside temperatures to affect a...

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  • Fire Safety for Healthcare Premises - The Basic Principles - Part 1

    Lawrence Webster Forrest (LWF) is a provider of Fire Engineering services and producer of informational resources on the subject of Fire Safety for organisations and companies. Fire Safety for Healthcare premises is a blog series aiming to give guidance on healthcare-based standards and best practice in fire safety and will refer to and draw from sources such as the HTM documents, building regulations, Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and other relevant regulations and standards. 

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  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Sprinkler System Installations - Part 24

    In LWF’s Fire Engineering blog series for Architects and others in the building design business, we have been looking recently at Sprinkler Systems. In Part 23, we discussed methods of water delivery to the sprinkler heads and ascertained that ‘wet installations’ were the most commonly used type of sprinkler system, meaning that the system is constantly charged with water, ready for operation. In Part 24, we will give an overview of alternate wet and dry...

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  • Facilities Management & Fire Safety - Fire & Rescue Service Facilities - Part 4

    In LWF’s blog series for those who work in Facilities Management or who have an interest in or responsibility for Fire Safety, we have recently been discussing the nature of the responsibilities held by a building owner in regard to accessibility for the Fire Service. It was established that along with responsibilities to make relevant information available to the Fire Service and make the property available for familiarisation visits, there are some key elements which...

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Case Studies

The Wohl Neuroscience Institute - Fire Safety, Strategy & Engineering
Key Facts: Client: King’s Clinical Neuroscience Institute Project Manager: MACE Ltd Designers: Devereux Architects/Allies and Morrison Approximate Size: 7,400m2 Description of the Project:...

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General Bulletins

Fire - The External Risk
When we consider fire safety, our focus is normally from within, what can we do to prevent the occurrence of fire and how we can limit its damage.  Whilst this is the correct stance to take, we m...

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Technical Bulletins

Evacuation Modelling - Factor in Human Behaviour
Evacuation of buildings can be analyzed in different ways. Approved Document B (ADB) which provides guidance on meeting the requirements of the England and Wales Building Regulations with regard to fi...

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