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Re: The dangers of deregulation
Jun 16, 2017, 07:04
Howburn Digger wrote:

The building services engineering firm Max Fordham were brought in as consultants and one of the things they recommended was to remove the "fire stopping" between floors in order to fit new heating pipework. References to this were not on Max Fordham's Website yesterday. Max Fordham would not make any comment yesterday.

The floors/ceilings are all concrete so it must have been ducting the pipes were laid in. Did they not also recommend that the 'fire stopping' should be replaced after the pipes were laid as the ducting would surely have been designed with this in mind? The heating engineers themselves can be held responsible (like any other tradesman) if they deliberately remove a protection barrier and not replace it irrespective of what orders they are given by an employer.
Have they shown it to have been removed or is that just speculation at this time?

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