Bull Products is protecting the construction of one of London’s most prestigious residential developments, No. 1 Palace Street, with its Cygnus Wireless Alarm System.
The 3,900 sq m luxury apartment development is due for completion in 2020 and comprises 72 apartments in a six-storey Grade II-listed building.
The development is located opposite Buckingham Palace and will be the only residential building to directly overlook the Palace gardens.
The full residential scheme involves the refurbishment of the existing Grade II listed building, construction behind the retained facades as well as the build of a four-storey basement offering additional luxury facilities.
Bull Products provided protection for the site with its Cygnus Wireless Alarm System combined with its 3G Auto Dialler for heightened out of hours protection. The Auto Dialler ensures that the site manager is notified if an activation or intrusion has occurred onsite. Plus, it also allows the user to identify the cause of the alarm.
A major innovation in wireless emergency fire, first aid and intruder alarms for construction sites, the Cygnus alarm is the most successful and adaptable system on the market.
Bull has also supplied its Fire First Responder Stations – a fully customisable and central point for all fire safety equipment including fire alarms, extinguishers and signage.
Bradley Markham, Director at Bull Products, comments: “Our proven ability to protect listed buildings and construction environments in busy city centres means we are well suited to protecting this prestigious development. Given the high-profile location near Buckingham Palace, No. 1 Palace Street required superior security and fire protection which our Cygnus alarms and Auto Dialler have provided.”
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