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Fire Sprinkler Design Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley is a leading fire protection firm in the UK and offers a unique service for fire sprinklers in Newcastle. We design, fabricate, install and service bespoke sprinkler systems, in-house and to a third-party certified standard.
Our Newcastle fire sprinkler design team can draw on our almost five decades of experience to come up with custom-made sprinklers specific to your requirements.
No matter the size or sector of your establishment, whether it is a new-build or a retro-fit project, Armstrong Priestley can design you a premium-quality fire sprinkler system.
Armstrong Priestley’s Newcastle-based design department is LPC and Firas accredited to create the following fire sprinklers to all current standards:
We will consult with you on the requirements of your building to identify the system type most suited to your needs. Our qualified designers can then draw up detailed plans for your approval.
Designs for our bespoke fire sprinklers meet all current British and international standards, such as:
With over 45 years in the industry, Armstrong Priestley has designed fire sprinkler systems for hundreds of interesting projects, from factories and historic buildings to schools and air hangers.
With this accrued expert experience, our designers are able to meet any challenge to creativity your building may present.
Additional Newcastle Services
Fire sprinkler design is just one service that we offer in our start-to-finish process. Take a look at what else we can do for you:
Industrial Fire Sprinkler Design, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley’s Newcastle design department has experience outfitting a great scope of warehousing, from automated storage to mezzanine extensions. Designs in this sector usually need to accommodate a pump and water tank feature to supply the fire sprinklers.
Commercial Fire Sprinkler Design, Newcastle
Whether your building is new or has lived a life but never had sprinklers installed, our fully accredited designers can create a fire sprinkler system perfect for your facility. Projects in this sector cover anything from office blocks, food factories and hotels, to fire stations and production facilities.
Retail Fire Sprinkler Design, Newcastle
You may not know that Armstrong Priestley designed and supplied fire sprinklers for Newcastle’s Monument Mall. We work on a range of buildings in the retail sector, partnering with specialist shop fitters to meet regulations and accommodate interior design.
Residential Fire Sprinkler Design, Newcastle
We can design fire sprinklers for any residential building. This could be a single apartment or an entire apartment block. It could be a detached family home or a compound of sheltered housing. Armstrong Priestley’s Newcastle residential department works alongside the design team to provide our clients with fire safety that will improve their living situation.
Education Fire Sprinkler Design, Newcastle
The education sector includes schools, universities, academies, colleges and libraries, among other building types. Armstrong Priestley has been working in this sector since 2002, and in this time, technology has developed to allow our designers access to 3D modelling. They can now view their concepts in more than their mind’s eye and make them the best they can be.
Armstrong Priestley in Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley was established by Peter Armstrong and Ronnie Priestley in 1975. The duo worked hard to grow the business from a single room in a shop in Leeds to a nationwide service, with four main offices. The North East Armstrong Priestley office in South Shields, Newcastle, opened its doors in 2016. The office was relocated within the area in 2019.
Armstrong Priestley’s Newcastle premises can be found at:
One Trinity Green
About Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle began as Pons Aelius (Hadrian’s Bridge); a Roman fort on the River Tyne at one end of the Hadrian’s Wall frontier. In 1080, Robert Curthose, son of William the Conqueror, built a castle on the site, from which Newcastle derives its name. The 11th century motte and bailey structure was later replaced with a stone keep in the 12th century.
Newcastle Gateshead Quayside is famous for its series of impressive bridges, including Tyne Bridge; Robert Stephenson’s High Level Bridge (the first road/rail bridge in the world); the Swing Bridge; and the tilting Millennium Bridge. Newcastle is not only a city, but a metropolitan borough that butts up to the North Sea.