Middlesex University Hendon Development Phase III Means of EscapeAugust 9, 2010 12:00 am
LWF provided fire engineering services at the design stage of Phase III of the Middlesex University Hendon development, which comprises three stand alone campus blocks. A detailed Fire Strategy report was also produced including means of escape modelling, passive and active fire safety systems and the provision of fire compartmentation plans.
Client: Middlesex University
Description of the Project:
Phase III of the Middlesex University Hendon development comprises of three stand alone campus blocks ranging from two to five storeys at different points. The buildings will be used as accommodation for departments from the School of Arts and Education. The Phase III development will be connected via a link bridge located along the western side of the site. The building comprises teaching facilities, seminar rooms, café zone, multifunctional space, 3D animation room, printing facilities, offices. Two atria are also provided within the main building and separated by a circulation space.
LWF are appointed to provide fire safety and fire
The key services include:
• Review preliminary drawings and provide fire
• Produce detailed fire strategy report for the
• Provide compartmentation plans for the proposed
• Support the design team throughout the design
• Liaise with approval authorities for fire safety approval
For further information regarding this project or the services that LWF provide please contact:
Peter Gyere – Marketing Manager
TEL: +44 (0)20 8668 8663