City of Glasgow College – City Campus

Firespec have carried out thorough dry film thickness (dft) testing on a large percentage of this structure, which is one half of the £228 Million City of Glasgow college new campuses development. The contract involved more than 25,000m2 of structural steel coated with intumescent for 90 and 120 mins fire protection. What should have been…

Gorbals Health Centre, Glasgow

One of a series of new health care centres in the Glasgow City Council areas, this multi-million pound health centre (part of the hub West Scotland series of projects) was constructed in the heart of Glasgow by construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall. The £16 million project designed by JM Architects will house GP surgeries,…

Woodside Health Centre, Glasgow

This £18 million project to replace the facility in Barr Street was designed by architects Page & Park and constructed by Morgan Sindall. Firespec were delighted to be asked to carry out inspection on the structural steel fire protection, the first for this new client. The invite came through the Project Manager who had a…

Inverness College

The £50 million Inverness College UHI campus project is the largest development in the campus site. This 3 storey building has 20,000m2 space and can accommodate about 6500 students. Firespec had the privilege of inspecting the completed intumescent paint coatings to ensure the correct level of fire protection was achieved to the new state-of-the art…

One West Regent Street, Glasgow

Located in the heart of Glasgow, One West Regent Street is a new landmark development designed by Ryder Architecture with Sir Robert McAlpine as the main contractor.

Firespec’s involvement in this £60 million project has enabled SRM to hand over a properly fire protected structure, assisiting them in meeting with their CDM obligations for this package.

With 143,000 sq ft of grade A office and retail space over eleven levels, it is real boost to Glasgow’s commercial office space.

The development is one of Glasgow’s greenest buildings with EPC ‘A’ and BREEAM ‘Very Good’ Ratings Achieved.