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CASE STUDIES

For over 30 years, Coopers fire and smoke curtains have been trusted to protect the world’s most iconic buildings. To read more about how we’ve helped our clients to protect their buildings and their occupants from fire, we’ve uploaded a selection of our valued case studies.

BRITISH MUSEUM, UK

The British Museum received a grant of £10m from the Heritage Lottery Fund which was used to enable the museum to expand its innovative outreach and in December 2009 received planning approval for a new World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre.

COOPER BMW MINI, UK

Inchcape, the automotive retail and services company, instructed the Clegg Group as main contractors for the BMW and Mini Cooper build for the joint site in Reading, UK. The new dealership is a showroom, garage and customer services point for both BMW and Mini Cooper.

Domestic Home Extension & Loft Conversion

When embarking on an extensive home renovation project, ensuring that your property remains compliant with stringent fire regulations can often be overlooked. Whether you’re removing non-load-bearing wall, door or glazing to create a modern, open plan living environment, it’s a statutory requirement of your home to provide occupants with a safe means of escape in the event of a fire.

DOMESTIC PROPERTY, DENBIGH TERRACE, LONDON

Denbigh Terrace is a newly renovated four storey domestic property in London located just off Portobello Road. With this challenge, Coopers engineered a 45 degree, angled fire curtain that runs up the timber stairway stringer. The angled fire curtain is subtly hidden when not in use but still offers the right level of fire protection and operates perfectly as a fully functional active fire curtain.

DOMESTIC PROPERTY, MAIDA VALE, LONDON

Silver Interiors were instructed to develop and refurbish a four storey, domestic property in residential district Maida Vale in London to a very high specification.
The lead architect designed an open plan feel for the property which included an open staircase leading up from the basement floor to the ground floor.

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WESTQUAY WATERMARK, SOUTHAMPTON, UK

Compartmentation, Protected Means of Escape & Boundary Protection

BRITISH MUSEUM READING ROOM, LONDON, UK

Compartmentation, Smoke Control and Protected Means of Escape

NEXT RETAIL STORE, HAVANT, UK

Smoke Compartmentation

FESTIVAL CITY MALL, DUBAI

Compartmentation and Protected Means of Escape

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