Manchester Metropolitan University fire remediation

Fire remedials project
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Manchester Metropolitan University

This extensive fire safety remediation project comprised of fire safety passive protection works across various areas of five buildings on the university’s All Saints Campus.

It included firestopping works, service pipe penetrations, gaps between walls and ceilings, voids, conduit penetrations, and the repair or replacement of fire doors and hatches.

All work was carried out in line with the compartmentation reports and drawings provided at the project’s tender stage. The buildings included in phase one of the project were the Brooks Building, Chatham Building, The Salutation Public House, Geoffrey Manton Building, and the Business School.

This project was successfully completed in live, occupied buildings, on a complex, urban, public-facing university campus, with minimal disruption for all stakeholders.

While most of the work was undertaken during the university’s summer break, the buildings remained occupied to some capacity throughout the project. Therefore, it was important all our working areas remained adequately segregated, with the correct construction site warning signage in situ, throughout the project.

Warden signage on building

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