Adaston are the leading passive fire protection specialists in the UK, dedicated to protecting the integrity of buildings and safeguarding the lives of those who live and work in them.
We are independent, professional, and work with absolute integrity, consulting primarily on Passive Fire Protection. Across the team we are fully accredited and experienced in all aspects of Fire Safety Protection. From hospitals and schools to student accommodation and flagship office buildings, we have extensive experience across all building types in the public and private sector.
If you own, manage or operate a business, you will need to comply with fire safety law. The main law is the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which applies across England and Wales.
The Order applies to virtually all buildings, places and structures other than individual private dwellings. Our site surveys could involve inspecting sections of a building, the entire building or an estate.
Two-thirds of schools in England have poor fire protection systems and are not properly prepared for a potential blaze, according to an education insurer.
Zurich Municipal, which insures about half of all schools and universities in the UK, has written to the government calling for urgent action to improve fire protection in school premises after carrying out inspections at 1,000 sites over the past two years.
Andrew Whiteside, Adaston’s Head of Operations, has enrolled on the first its kind training course in the uk with The Association for Specialist Fire Protection and the IFE. The Association for Specialist Fire Protection foundation course in passive fire protection provides essential knowledge and understanding in this key fire protection specialism.
Andrew Whiteside, Operations Director and the team at Adaston are supporting national Fire Door week. Just two months after being assessed Adaston are now Firas accredited for the installation and maintenance of Fire Doors. Fire Doors are one...
The project was for the construction of a 26 storey student accommodation building located in Stratford London. The project consists of 445 rooms, 75 kitchens, common rooms, a café and artist studios. The finished building will be clad in unitized glass and terracotta panels.
Working with the owners and developers of a new 19-storey hotel in Manchester for a major UK hotel group, we acted as fire safety consultants to make sure all fire protection was installed correctly prior to the construction being signed off.
Working on behalf of a property management company, we were brought in to advise on the safety of an existing apartment complex comprising 88 flats in total.