JPS Projects Ltd make improvements to the fire safety strategy of the prestigous The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, a Grade 1 listed building in London.

Client: Vici FM – MOJ Contract

Category: Listed Building – Royal Courts of Justice

Date: (project duration, 16 weeks)

Contract Value: £500k

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The Royal Courts of Justice, a large, national courtroom building of 1874 to 1883 designed and built by George Edmund Street and completed by Arthur E Street and Sir Arthur Blomfield. The building is acknowledged as one of the foremost examples of High Victorian Gothic Revival design. Stylistically it combines C13 English and French architecture with Italian elements.

JPS were fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on such a prestigious building and to make improvements to the fire safety strategy in partnership with one of our key clients VINCI FM

Having worked on the project previously we were instructed initially to carry out a survey and inspection of one of the main buildings within the complex and highlight our findings. Our survey tagged the breaches and our reporting system highlighted and summarised the works which was then agreed by the client and the works commenced out of hours

Our fire safety works consisted of a number of different types of passive fire protection listed but not limited to the below.

Fire Collars
Fire Partition
Fire Door Remedials
Fire Door Replacement
Fire Curtains
Batt and Mastic