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Consultation and concept development in fire protection

Every building and every property has specific characteristics. Certain structural conditions are created by the planners. The resultant individual requirements for fire protection arise from this.

For an effective and extinguishing system concept that will pass the acceptance procedure, a holistic consideration of the protective goals is required, taking into account the architectural conditions. Facts and objectives must be harmonized by a fire protection expert.

We are convinced that a holistic assessment of the protection goals is essential
Example of an assessment of the existing situation: Hall/building floor plan with entries for planing the sprinkler system
Sprinkler group layout plan after the existing conversion and retrofitting of the sprinkler system

Analysis is the first step in fire protection:

  • Risk and hazard analysis

    First, a risk and hazard analysis is prepared as an essential basis for further action.
  • Risk manager

    An independent risk manager then identifies the problem and interprets the insurer's risk protocol.
  • Fire protection concept

    The assessment under building law through the creation of a fire protection concept or fire protection report must also be taken into account.
  • Cost estimate

    In this way, we arrive at a realistic cost estimate for the fire protection requirements.

Do you have any questions? We will be happy to advise you!

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