New Fire System for UK College Demonstrates Advanced Advantages

An Advanced, intelligent fire system with touchscreen repeaters, internet control and backwards compatibility, has been chosen to protect Ringmer Community College in East Sussex. Originally opened in 1958, Ringmer Community College is a leading secondary school Academy with specialisms in…

Retail Legend Protected by Advanced Panels

The UK’s newest Harvey Nichols, which recently opened in Birmingham, is protected by industry-leading intelligent fire panels from Advanced. Advanced’s benchmark MxPro fire panel range has been specified for its flexibility, reliability and ease of use. The fully integrated 4…

Centre Parcs Leisure Development Protected by Advanced

Industry-leading intelligent fire systems manufacturer Advanced, has been chosen to provide protective panels for a major new UK leisure village. The newest addition to the Center Parcs holiday family, in Bedfordshire called Woburn Forest is a 362-acre, £250 million development…

Groundbreaking Train Factory to be Protected by CDS Security and Fire and Advanced

Hitachi Rail Europe has specified industry-leading MxPro multiprotocol fire panels from Advanced to protect its new UK manufacturing facility in County Durham, the first brand new rail vehicle manufacturing facility to be built in the UK for over 100 years.…

Leading London Property Company Selects Advanced

One of London’s most high-profile commercial property management companies has selected fire systems from Advanced to protect its landmark buildings as part of a multi-million pound investment programme. So far 13 buildings managed by Broadgate Estates have been fitted with…

Advanced Panels Protect the Eighth Wonder of The World

Hagia Sofia, built in Constantinople almost 1,500 years ago and a landmark of global importance has been protected with an Advanced fire system. Built on the orders of Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian in 537, it was the world’s largest cathedral…

Tyne Tunnels Protection

ADVANCED’s MxPro 4 fire panels and ExGo extinguishing control panels was chosen to protect one of the UK’s busiest river crossings, the Tyne Tunnels, which experiences over 14.5 million vehicle journeys every year. The project covered the administration buildings, ticket…

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