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2D & 3D Mapping

Digital Revolution

Leading the way in providing the complete approach to fire safety, passive fire protection, compartmentation, and fire engineering with 2D Floor Plans and 3D LiDAR Scanning.

The digital scanning platform lets Global turn any space into an accurate and immersive digital twin which can be used to design, build, operate, and promote any space.

Avoid the pitfalls

Global Group have an inhouse LiDAR scanning facility which enables us to utilise Matterport to its full capability. It is used to undertake surveys of existing buildings, geotag locations of remedial work requirements which fail to comply with building regs and enables the team back at the office to view each site as a team and combine expertise.

  • 3D Mapping and FRAs
  • 3D Mapping and PAS9980
  • 2D & 3D Fire Mapping Latent Defects / Legacy Survey for Fire Safety
  • Pre construction fire survey
  • Post construction fire survey
  • Golden Thread Fire Mapping

Site 3D Virtual Tours & Surveys

Using the Matterport scanner allows users to remotely ‘walk’ through their site. Our clients count on virtual walkthroughs for inspection purposes, validation of as-built conditions, remote monitoring and latent defect claims. The scanner also give users the ability to remotely measure length and depth to a high accuracy.

Global Building Environments can scan to BIM service using point cloud data to create an Autodesk Revit model. Talk to our sales team about our Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) services based on your project needs.

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Ceasefire Composite Fire Doors

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Ceasefire Composite Fire Doors

Global’s FD30s PAS24 Composite Fire Doors Range. Global can survey, supply and install Fire Doors to meet your bespoke requirements, with an industry-best lead time.

Why choose Global’s Fire Door Team?

We want to ensure that each fire door we install and repair is to the highest standard, which is why all of our technicians are regularly trained and qualified to industry standards.

We employ advanced project software to ensure each piece of work is monitored at each stage so nothing is missed. We work directly with some industry giants in Fire Doors Manufacturing to guarantee quality and compliance, whilst also providing our clients with the best and most attractive solutions.

The Golden Thread and Fire Doors

Global can provide Composite Fire Doors Services that replicate every step of the Golden Thread through our Complete Approach. We promote full traceability from project conception to completion using digital data capture at the key phases for complete asset management under the BM Trada Q Mark 170 Scheme.


NFC Tracking in Ceasefire Fire Doors

Global have introduced modern technology to ensure compliance. Ensuring all relevant data regarding the fire door’s lifecycle is accurately documented, we have teamed up with Plan Radar to implement NFC tracking to our Ceasefire fire doors.

This technology enables all documents relevant to the lifecycle of the fire door to be uploaded. Therefore, making the process easier if another individual requires access to the data. The documents cannot be manually deleted, ensuring that documents can’t be lost, and all the relevant documentation is readily available. 

Easy access to manufacture and installation data helps to identify any major and minor alterations since the previous fire door inspection. This is crucial as it can be very easy to overlook small alterations that can make a fire door non-compliant.

Sustainability

As part of Global’s ongoing dedication to sustainability and a healthier environment. Global’s composite fire doors are ecologically conscious to ensure we make the lowest possible impression on the environment for our planet’s future. Made with sustainably sourced metals and Agri-fibre timber. Put together in-house by our team of experts giving a lifespan of 25 years. We also endeavour to recycle any doors we remove whilst installing new ones.

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Damper Installation and Maintenance

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Damper Installation and Maintenance

What is the importance of a Damper?

A Damper is exceedingly effective at providing sustainable barriers which can withstand fire and smoke for extensive periods. This means that they are exceptional at saving lives and securing enough evacuation time for any individuals within a premises.

For Dampers to work as effectively as possible in the prevention of the spread of a fire, they must be installed and maintained by experienced technicians. This means following manufacturers guidelines and setting out to meet third-party accreditation standards. Dampers will spend most of its time open, therefore it is important they are inspected and repaired regularly, and in some cases replaced altogether, to ensure that they will still close off the compartment should they be triggered.

At A Glance

Damper Installation

We understand the importance of Dampers being installed to manufacturers’ details and third party accreditation standards, which is why we supply and fit Dampers with an incredibly skilled team.

Damper Remediation

If you’ve recently had a Fire Risk Assessment or Damper Survey and have been left with issues in need of remediation, Global can help! Our Dampers team can work to rectify any requirements outlined in an inspection to bring your property back up to compliant standards.

Damper Surveys

As part of our Complete Approach to Fire Safety, Global’s Damper Team can survey, remediate install and maintain your dampers. We provide exhaustive Damper surveys to ensure you have the best scope of requirements to bring your project back to a compliant level.


Type of Damper:

Fire Damper

A Fire Damper is an integral passive fire protection element used to help stop the spread of fire and allow more time for anyone within a premises to safely evacuate. They are used in heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, and use a thermal system to detect the presence of a fire. A fusible link holds back a spring-loaded barrier, and when a fire begins to raise the temperature, the link will melt, freeing the barrier and shutting off the compartment in order to stop the fire in its tracks. It is important to note that Fire Dampers do not prevent the spread of smoke and toxic fumes.

Fire and Smoke Damper

A Fire and Smoke Damper is another Passive Fire Protection System that works to prevent the spread of both fire and smoke, plus any toxic fumes. It works on an electronic system that is linked to the building’s Fire Panel. Once the presence of a fire is detected by the fire alarm system, it triggers a response from the Damper, causing it to automatically close its barrier to prevent any fire and smoke from passing through the compartment and spreading throughout the building.

Why choose Global’s Damper Team?

Global are happy to have a strong and dedicated team of Damper Technicians, who can survey, install and remediate to clients requirements at an exceedingly high standard. We ensure all our technicians are trained and accredited to a level that we can be proud of and falls in line with the Global calibre.

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Fire Stopping

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Fire Stopping /PFP

At Global, our Fire Stopping team go above and beyond to ensure your property is as safe as possible.

Fire Stopping, which can also be known as Compartmentation, is a group of important passive fire protection methods which are used to maintain the integrity of a compartment to stop the vertical or horizontal spread of a fire, heat, smoke and fumes. It is vital that any breaks in a compartment, such as entrances and ductwork be fire-stopped in order to ensure that a building and its occupants will have a better chance of survival in the event of a fire.

Providing real and expert Fire Stopping insights

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Global’s Fire Stopping team are skilled and experienced in providing the best solutions to your requirements, ensuring you are safe in the knowledge that your property and occupants are protected by expertly installed Fire Stopping solutions.

We can assess the full scope of what is needed to bring your premises up to legislative standards, employing various methods to create safe and secured compartments. All of Global’s remedial works are installed to manufacturers’ detailing and guidelines and are third-party certified.

  • Cavity Barriers

    When a building has voids and cavities, a cavity barrier will be employed to ensure a fire is stopped. It is made of intumescent material, meaning it expands to fill the cavity when exposed to heat or fire to completely seal it off so that fire and smoke cannot spread between compartments.

  • Fire Curtain

    When a building is more open plan, with wider spaces, technicians may install a Fire Curtain to close off a compartment. When a fire is detected by the premises Fire Panel, the Fire Curtain is deployed to create a wall, separating compartments into smaller ones to reduce the spread of fire and smoke.

  • Fire Barrier

    A fundamental Fire Stopping solution, Fire Barriers subdivide compartments into smaller ones in order to slow the spread of fire. They are typically installed within concealed spaces in a building, maintaining the integrity of the structure of a premises.

  • Penetration Seals

    When there are smaller penetrations in a compartment, technicians will use Fire Sealants to firestop the breaks. These sealants expand when exposed to heat, to make sure they completely block the spread of smoke and fire.

  • Fire Collars

    When pipework, wires or ducts need to pass between compartments, Fire Collars are used to help them go through penetrations, whilst keeping them fire safe. When exposed to heat, the intumescent materials close off the space where the components pass through, preventing the spread of fire and smoke.

  • Fire Sleeves

    With the same principle as a Fire Collar, Fire Sleeves are employed to fire stop pipes, wiring or ductwork. A technician may choose to use a Fire Sleeve for various reasons, such as the nature of the material it is protecting. When exposed to heart or fire, a Fire Sleeve will expand to close any breaks in the compartment.

Why choose Global’s Fire Stopping Team?

Our team of Fire Stopping technicians are highly skilled and passionate about making your project safe and compliant. We strive to provide experienced and bespoke solutions to your premises, leaving you safe in the knowledge that Global has gotten the job right.

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