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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.

HCCC - HARRIS CALNAN

Harris Calnan Construction Company (HCCC) is an established contractors specialising in the refurbishment of prestigious residential properties. Recognised by RIBA for transforming some of London’s most exclusive addresses into highly desirable modern homes, HCCC’s reputation is synonymous for working with the UK’s leading architects.

KING STREET WHARF, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

King Street Wharf, occupying approximately five hectares, is Australia’s newest and most prestigious commercial and mixed use development. Located within Sydney’s famous Darling Harbour, 1 Shelly Street is King Steet Wharf’s iconic, “A” grade commercial tower.

LEABAIB HEALTH CENTER, HMC, QATAR

Chubb Fire are Coopers Fire’s distributor in the State of Qatar and recently installed fire curtains in the Leabaib Health Centre in Doha, Qatar. This state of the art, open plan health centre required a range of products. The Concertina fire curtain installed around the atrium is the first of its kind installed in the State of Qatar and one of the largest installed in the Middle East.

MARIE CURIE HOSPICE, Birmingham, UK

Marie Curie, the cancer charity dedicated to caring for patients with terminal illness, take pride in providing vibrant, homely, hospice care for patients and their families. Key to Marie Curie’s principle of providing the best possible quality of life is their first class facilities that patients can feel at home in.

MARINA ONE, SINGAPORE

Concertina Open Fire Curtain protects connecting feature staircase.

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MARINA ONE, SINGAPORE

Compartmentation

NOVA, VICTORIA, UK

Compartmentation for Fire Separation

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

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