Goodenough College

London, UK

Advanced intelligent control panels are at the heart of a new fire detection system at Goodenough College. Located in central London, the college was first built in the 1930s as a residential college for students from the Dominions. It now consists of a community of 650 postgraduate students from over 90 countries.

 

  • Residential
  • Education
  • Historic
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The Challenge Works

Sheffield, UK

Advanced intelligent fire alarm control panels have been chosen to protect The Challenge Works, a converted 19th century building in Sheffield that now provides student accommodation.

 

  • Residential
  • Education
  • Historic
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Redland Green School

Bristol, UK

The £33 million Redland Green School opened its doors in September 2007 and is home to nearly 1400 students. The central feature of the 11,000 metres-squared building complex is the ‘street’, a naturally lit indoor corridor that links all the main areas of the school.

  • Education
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IKEA

International

Founded in 1943 in Almhult IKEA is a Swedish company that designs and sells ready to assemble furniture. As of January 2008 the company became the world’s largest furniture retailer, in January 2014 Ikea owned and operated 329 stores in 43 countries.

Advanced intelligent control panels are behind the fire detection system at IKEA’s new flagship stores in Belfast and Dublin. The recently opened stores for Europe’s best known home furnishing brand are huge. The buildings are each over 30,000 square feet in size, stocking 9,500 different products, and include 500+ seat restaurants and an underground car park in the Dublin store.

  • Retail
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Staybridge Suites

Newcastle, UK

Intelligent fire detection systems from Advanced are behind an integrated fire solution for Newcastle’s newest hotel. Staybridge Suites Hotel has 128 fully equipped and serviced suites designed for the extended stay business traveller and is the first of its kind to be built in the North East of England. All suites include a kitchen, living area and one or two bedrooms. The hotel complex also has a fitness room, business centre, dining area, laundry and a 2-level external car park. The innovative design of the hotel creates a demanding environment for fire detection.

  • Leisure & Hospitality
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Tesco Extra

Newtownards, Northern Ireland

Installation contractors Ashdale are delighted to have been awarded the contract to supply and commission an Addressable Fire Detection System for Tesco. The installation will be at the new multi million pound Tesco Extra Store at the Castlebawn Retail Complex in Newtownards, Northern Ireland. "Whilst we have worked with Tesco in other business areas this is the first time we have secured a Fire Detection project for them," commented Ashdale's Service Manager.

  • Retail
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Ministry Of Defence

United Kingdom

A large Ministry of Defence base in Southern England is now protecting its US Air Force personnel with Advanced’s MxPro 5 multiprotocol fire panel and Apollo Fire Detection equipment in its onsite military
accommodation.

  • Government
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Kia Oval

London, UK

Playing host to thousands of sports fans each year, Surrey County Cricket Club's ground, The Kia Oval, is now home to a state of the art Advanced fire detection system.

  • Sports & Entertainment
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West Sussex County Hall

Chichester, UK

West Sussex County Council headquarters consists of a main five-storey building and seven satellite buildings. One of these is Edes House, a Grade I listed building that was built in 1696. The Georgian building was bought by the County Council in 1916 and used as council offices until the building of the present county hall in 1936. Today, the house is still used for County Council meetings during the day and is open for a variety of artistic, ceremonial and cultural activities at other times.

  • Government
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