Stancold were delighted to be approached again by property owners, Howard Tenens. Following our previous work together at their site in Berkley, modifications were required within a vacant warehouse to prepare for new tenants.
To ensure the building could be used to its potential, Howard Tenens planned for two new compartment walls in order to divide the large space into three units.
Having already built a strong working relationship with the client, our expertise was beneficial in accomodating a design that best suited the vast, yet long, shape of the warehouse. A site survey and detailed design drawings confirmed the final configuration of the build.
As the building was unoccupied, Stancold had plenty of space to successfully construct two fire-rated partitions to compartmentalise the unit. The team worked hard to complete all works on site in just 7 days.
Boasting unrivalled passive fire protection and sound absorption properties, Eurobond’s Firemaster Mineral Fibre panelling system was utilised, where a 100mm thickness of panel achieved the required one-hour fire-rating. Fire boarding was also installed to protect the existing steelwork and maintain fire integrity.
The team worked seamlessly and efficiently to meet our client’s requirements once again.
A seamless install from start to finish