SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THIS CENTURY, COOPERS FIRE HAVE INSTALLED FIRE CURTAINS AND SMOKE BARRIERS IN A NUMBER OF PRESTIGIOUS BUILDINGS AROUND THE WORLD.
Below is a list of some significant and prominent projects Coopers Fire have installed either fire curtains or smoke curtain barriers to help protect the occupants from the harmful effects of smoke and fire.
Coopers Fire are proud of the projects we have worked on and were chosen to install in these prestigious projects as we are recognised as the modern alternative to firewalls, fire doors and glazing. Fire and smoke curtains give designers the freedom to design modern, open-plan spaces without compromising fire safety.
London, UK | 2011
The Shard is one of the most iconic tall buildings in London’s skyline and Coopers Fire are proud to have a range of fire curtains installed on different floors throughout the building. Our FireMaster and FireMaster Plus2 products are installed to protect the building and it’s occupants in event of a fire including the residences, offices, hotel, restaurant and the observatory.
SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
Sydney, Australia | 2004
Working in conjunction with the building’s state of the art mechanical air handling systems, the SmokeStop™ smoke curtains were developed by Coopers to deploy from the ceiling to compartmentalise the backstage area
of the theatres and protect the auditoriums from filling with smoke.
To read more: View Case Studies
London, UK | 2000
Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous buildings in the world and Coopers are particularly proud to be protecting this building and its occupants with our fire curtains. Our FireMaster products are installed to prevent the spread of fire and therefore offer compartmentation and protected means of escape in the event of a fire.
DUBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Dubai, UAE | 2005
Working to meet the airport’s approved fire strategy, Coopers installed almost 1000 SmokeStop™ smoke curtains into the terminal’s ceilings to form a grid network, that when deployed, physically divides the terminal’s vast open spaces into compartments. To read more: View Case Studies
THE BRITISH MUSEUM
London, UK | 2014
In order to protect the new laboratories and the collection of important pieces stored in the museum a series of deployable fire curtains were designed into the building to not only protect the collection but also to prevent the spread of fire and smoke and allow the safe evacuation of the occupants in the event of a fire. To read more: View Case Studies
CHEK LAP KOK AIRPORT
Hong Kong, China | 2000
Chek Lap Kok is one of the world’s largest and most advanced airports. It was important our smoke curtain products met the stringent fire safety regulations of the Hong Kong Fire Services Department whilst offering an open plan design.
Shanghai, China | 2011
Coopers installed a multisided round smoke curtain in the Shanghai Apple store. SmokeStop™ smoke curtains were installed around the store’s central, spiral staircase to contain smoke in the event of a fire.
SWISS RE (THE GHERKIN)
London, UK | 2004
Protecting the building’s 41 floors from smoke migration required a comprehensive smoke containment and channelling strategy designed to move smoke safely through and out of the building, effectively separating the tower’s occupants from smoke in the event of a fire. To read more: View Case Studies
Glasgow, Scotland | 2013
Coopers were appointed to develop a smoke curtain system to provide an unintrusive method capable of controlling smoke migrating from the lower floors. It was also necessary to protect the un-insulated glazing installed above the atrium’s reception area with an approved fire curtain barrier system approved to provide a 2 hour insulating zone. To read more: View Case Studies
BLUEWATER SHOPPING CENTRE
Dartford, UK | 2001
In this project Coopers Fire provided 300 SmokeStop™ smoke barriers, which were designed to fit the shopping mall’s vaulted ceiling, curved features and critical evacuation points. It was also important for all barriers to remain hidden within the ceiling until activated by a fire alarm, meaning that the aesthetics of the building are not compromised. To read more: View Case Studies
Dubai Mall Dubai, UAE | 2006
Palace of Westminster London, UK | 2001
Knowloon MTR Station Hong Kong, China | 2000
Hotel Crowne Plaza New Delhi, India | 2012
Wembley National Stadium London, UK | 2004
King Abdullah Financial District Riyadh, Saudi Arabia | 2012
Selfridges Store London, UK | 2014
Hilton Hotel New Delhi, India | 2013
Xanadu Shopping Centre Madrid, Spain | 2000
Trafford Centre Manchester, UK | 2000
Princess Naru University New Delhi, India | 2012
Arup Fitzrovia (Phase 2 and 3) London, UK | 2006
Max Hospital New Delhi, India | 2013
Tsing Yi Station Hong Kong, China | 2000
INNO Stores Brussels, Belgium | 2004
Peter Jones Store London, UK | 2001
DOKAAE Makkah, Saudi Arabia | 2011
Lakeside Shopping Centre Thurrock, UK | 2003
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