news from BRE

published: 24/4/2012

BRE Global and Fire Investigations UK sign on the dotted line

BRE Global and Fire Investigations UK LLP (FI UK) have joined forces to provide a comprehensive package of fire investigation services to clients.

 

The partnership agreement will bring together teams of experienced and qualified fire investigators, engineers and scientists capable of conducting a full and thorough investigation of any fire involving buildings, infrastructure, vehicles or vessels.

David Crowder, BRE Global said: “This new partnership is an exciting opportunity for us and means that we will be able to offer a 24/7 response throughout the UK to support clients from the moment an incident occurs through to the presentation of authoritative expert testimony. We are confident that working in partnership we will be able to provide clients with a first class service underpinned by an unrivalled level of technical competence, independence and understanding of buildings.”

Fire investigation services offered will seek to establish the origin and cause of the fire and the reason for fire development supporting as appropriate by, reconstructions, fire modelling, fire testing and expert witness. The partnership will also assist with learning lessons from incidents through the provision of training.

Peter Mansi, FI UK said: “It is a very proud moment for the FI UK team to be formally partnered with BRE Global. We are now in a position to offer a complete range of fire investigation services to clients.  The experience and skills that BRE Global has gained over its long and successful history are respected throughout the world. We will make a formidable team.” 

For more information: http://www.breglobal.co.uk, http://www.fireinvestigationsuk.com


For technical enquiries contact: David Crowder: E:crowderd@bre.co.uk, T: 01923 664447

For press enquiries please contact: Helen Ball E:ballh@bre.co.uk, T: 01923 664303

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