Fire & Security
Your security is our priority
We know how important it is to protect your business or family with reliable fire and security systems. We pride ourselves on our expertise in this field.
Our team of fire and security engineers here at McKenna Group have many decades of industry experience behind them, and we are fully qualified throughout from design to verification, so your safety and security are in good hands.
By monitoring the latest product developments and changes to industry standards our multi disciplined engineers ensure we can deliver the right package on time and on budget, without compromising on quality.
McKenna Fire & Security are BAFE registered so you can relax in the knowledge that the Fire Alarm systems we install will be compliant to BS5839-1-2017 and that we can advise on any compliance issues with systems that we maintain. We are also members of the SSAIB and therefore undergo regular audits on our Fire and Security installations and documentation to ensure we adhere to the strict guidelines in place.
We are also authorised installers for Videx, GDX , Paxton and Lenel Access Control.
Our engineers can provide the design, installation and maintenance for the following services:
- EVACS systems (refuge alarms)
- Intruder alarms
- CCTV – from large IP systems to smaller domestic installations
- Access control networked and standalone
- Disabled/assisted toilet alarms
- Warden and nurse call system
- Domestic smoke detection
Building Information Modelling
Using BIM, we take 2D design information and use Revit and CAD to coordinate the fire & security services on a project, for example routing a fire alarm basket in ceiling voids, positioning fire alarm equipment in a reception area, modelling ceiling mounted smoke detectors throughout the building.
From our BIM model we create service elevations, 3D views, 2D drawings and reflected ceiling plans which gives realistic visualisation of how equipment should be installed. This level of information ensures our site employees are informed at the start of a project, and for our customers this means equipment is installed in the correct location – first time – to a high quality standard.
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