Emergency Lighting, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems form an integral part of a buliding’s fire strategy – designed to provide an early warning and safe evacuation in the event of an emergency such as fire or electrical failure.
These systems help reduce the devastating effects of fire within buildings and help protect the life of people who occupy them.
- Fire Alarm system
- Emergency Lighting
- Automated testing of emergency lighting
- Access control
- CCTV systems
- Intruder Alarm Systems
- Nurse Call systems
- Refuge Alarms
Sector - Industrial
Client - Greendale construction ltd
Duration - 16 weeks
Location - Fareham Hampshire
Harvey and Palmer Fareham
Harvey Electrical ltd won the electrical bid for the refurbishment of the old Harvey and Palmer distribution centre, to put back to a cat A to aid the sale of a new lease.
Our services included:
- Design & Build – Develop electrical design produced by ION Consultants. Design included, detailed drawing, cable calculations and lighting design.
- Temporary Installation – Complete temporary builder electrical installation including, 140kVA generator, Power to site welfare and offices, 110v lighting and power throughout.
- Mains distribution – The existing switch panel was decommissioned and removed. A new 16-way switch panel with integral metering and surge protection was installed. Existing sub-mains were retained with new power and lighting distribution boards fitted.
- Lighting – Dextra lighting had been specified on this project and carried out the lighting design. These were low energy LED fitting with low glare UGR19 for office environment. The external flood lights in the loading area and carparks were replace with new low energy LED flood lights.
- Fire/Emergency/Security – A new Fire alarm system was design and installed to comply with category L3 of BS 5839 and Part – M of building regulation. The fire alarm system was also integrated with the warehouse sprinkler system. Emergency lighting was achieved using standalone LED emergency lights with test facility at distribution boards to comply with BS 5266. A refuge alarm was installed on the main stairwell as means of calling for assistance in the event of an emergency.
- Surveys – Before any works commenced a full validation of the existing electrical system was carried out to obtain what could be reused and what needed replacing.