28 Bow Street, London, WC2E 7AW
Nomad Hotel is an iconic building that was once the Bow Street Magistrates court and police station that laid claim to housing Oscar Wilde, the Kray twins and many more famous criminal of the time. The building was purchased by Sydell Group and was transformed into a 5* luxury hotel in 2021. With 91 rooms, two restaurants, numerous bars, library and event spaces. it is vital that the security and lifesaving fire warning systems are designed with the safety of the public being the highest priority. Carter Group were pleased to successfully complete the design, installation and commissioning of the Security and Fire systems during the renovations.
Our team, including Design Architect, Project Manager and installation engineers worked closely with the Principal Contractor throughout the project. With our expertise within the Security and Fire industry our team provided key support during the construction design to ensure that the installations were complaint to British Standards. The main objective when designing Hotel security and fire warning systems is to protect staff, guests and physical assets deterring criminals, detecting fire quickly and warning occupants ultimately keeping the public safe. Systems designed and installed include:
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Fire & Security Works
Scope of Works
Disabled Refuge and Toilet Alarm
A new fully functioning fire alarm system in compliance with an L1 system to protect all areas carried out to BS5839 regulations. A bespoke disabled refuge and toilet alarm system was designed and installed incorporating 25 burnished brass call stations.
A new combined wired and wireless 150 door access control system was designed and installed throughout.
A new IP CCTV system and control room was designed and installed consisting of over 115 CCTV cameras.
An intruder alarm system was designed and installed incorporating a panic attack system and 24hr monitored fire exit doors.