Frank Rogers continue to drive forward growth its thriving Fire Risk division.
Launched only last year, the firm has seen a sustained upturn in demand, most notably from the social housing and student accommodation sectors, keen to ensure any multi-storey building is fully compliant and safe in terms of fire prevention.
Frank Rogers provide a full advisory, delivery and maintenance service for both the public and private sector in respect to Passive Fire Protection (PSP). As a third party FIRAS approved contractor, Frank Rogers are committed to providing professional and expert advice, identifying and eliminating risk in any property.
Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers explained: “With recent tragic events, issues surrounding fire safety have of course been brought to the forefront of people’s attention. With this, we saw a huge increase in both existing and new customers keen to assess and introduce measures around fire risk.
“Customers are typically looking across their entire portfolios and exploring ways to introduce new measures that can protect their tenants from the threat of fire.”
Multi-storey tower blocks can present a range of potential fire hazards and our work largely focuses on the replacement and upgrade of fire doors and frames, riser cupboards, ceilings and compartmentation/fire stopping. Frank Rogers are able to meet all related needs from initial survey, recommendations, installation to final certification. Achieving total compliance is Frank Rogers ultimate goal and the team is able to guide and support clients through the maze of current legislation to achieve practical completion.
Dean continued: “We are continually adding new recruits to the team but must ensure they have the necessary training and qualifications in place prior to beginning works on any of our contracts. Current live projects are being carried out in Aberdeen and Glasgow down and across the North West in Liverpool and Manchester. Demand for these specialist services continues to escalate and we will ensure our levels of professionalism, expert knowledge and safety first approach are retained.”