Capital is currently undergoing significant growth, helping us to provide a truly multidisciplinary service to our clients. Here is an overview of our latest company news, blog posts and projects.
We are aware that the recent publishing of the PAS 9980 methodology for fire risk appraisal of external walls (FRAEW) is likely to generate further inquiries from Landlords as the scope for the requirement includes all multi-storey, multi-occupational residential buildings.
Capital is delighted to announce that we have successfully secured £10m Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) including cover for Fire Safety works and EWS1 Forms.
Having worked hard all through the winter providing investigation support for our Surveyors and Fire Engineers, our investigation team are looking forward to the warmer months.
The Training course developed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is funded by the government, to help surveyors ‘progress their knowledge’ in fire safety and help solve the external wall fire review (EWS1) process issue.
We’re delighted to announce that Capital have successfully won a place on Notting Hill Genesis Fire Consultants framework.
PAS 9980:2022 – Assessing the external wall fire risk in multi-occupied residential buildings
The Fire Saftey Act 2021 sections 1-3 commenced on the 16th May 2022, which provides greater clarity on the areas of multi-occupied residential buildings to which the Fire Safety Order applies.
Capital were appointed by The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC) to provide design services from RIBA Stage 2 for the re-cladding and associated works at Adair and Hazelwood Towers.
Capital were commissioned by London & Quadrant to manage the delivery of an ACM & Timber Shiplap cladding replacement scheme to 2.No blocks of flats in Forest Hill, South East London.
Capital were commissioned by London & Quadrant to manage the delivery of an ACM cladding replacement scheme to 5.No blocks of flats in Parsons Green, South West London.