Fire Sprinklers Newcastle

Armstrong Priestley is one of the largest fire sprinkler specialists in the UK, long established in the industry with almost half a century of experience. Growing from our head office in Leeds, we have a network of locations across the nation, all the way up to Newcastle in the North- East corner.

We specialise in the fabrication, design, installation and servicing of fire sprinklers and have become market leaders in our trade. The quality of our fire sprinklers is attested by third party certification, and the extent of our services calls for a cross-skilled team of professionals who we have the fortune to employ.

There is no installation project that we cannot tackle. From residential to retail, from industrial to education, we design, install and maintain sprinkler systems for every sector and every type of building.

Whether you have an old building in which the fire safety needs improving, a new build that needs kitting out, or faulty fire sprinklers that were installed by someone else, we have the technical expertise solve the problem.

To find out more, contact us online or call our North-East Office on 0191 206 9085.

Services:

Designing Fire Sprinklers, Newcastle https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/design/

Armstrong Priestley has its own on-site design team that works on a bespoke sprinkler model for every new project that we receive. Every building is unique and has specific requirements that must be met at rigorous standards. We pride ourselves on our international quality and adaptability in the face of challenges.

Our expert designers are fully accredited by both LPC and Firas and have a bank of thousands of past projects from which to draw inspiration. Armstrong Priestley operates with over 100 operatives on a weekly basis across the whole of the UK, so there is no end to our experience.

Newcastle Fire Sprinkler Fabrication https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/fabrication/

We fabricate our own parts so that we can closely monitor quality and stock. Our head office is installed with purpose-built workshop facilities that give our welders the space to work on assembling 18” diameter tubing. We also have an on-site spray booth for our technicians to spray the pipework with appropriate coatings, such as gloss paint or a galvanised hot dip finish.

Our Newcastle office receives regular deliveries of custom-made parts for regional assembly. Armstrong Priestley provides fire sprinkler services from start to finish. We project manage the entire process for a coherent and effective operation that can adapt quickly to changing circumstances.

Fire Sprinkler Installation in Newcastle

After the design and the manufacture comes the installation. We employ a talented and multi-skilled team of people in Newcastle who oversee the installation and ensure that the process runs smoothly. Our comprehensive service ensures that every stage of the process is controlled and you get a top quality fire system that will last a lifetime.

Servicing Fire Sprinklers in Newcastle https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/service/

We go further than end-to-end service. Once your fire sprinklers are installed, they will need to be maintained. We provide servicing and maintenance work that will take care of your new sprinkler system and make sure that your building has the highest standard of fire protection possible.

Servicing can often be seen as a chore, but it is essential if you want your fire sprinklers to be effective in combating high risk fires and saving lives. We will design a tailored plan specific to your system to make sure it gets the maintenance it needs to keep on ticking.

Public and Private Sectors:

Industrial Fire Sprinklers, Newcastle https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/industrial-and-logistics/

The Industrial and Logistics Sector involves the installation of fire sprinklers in warehouses and other storage facilities, from mezzanines to fully automated stores. These sprinklers have to be carefully designed to the requirements of the business and what the product is that they stock. These projects usually require a pump and water tank to be built to supply water to the sprinklers.

Commercial Fire Sprinklers, Newcastle https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/commercial-manufacturing/

We have provided fire sprinklers to a vast range of clients in the commercial and manufacturing sector. Some examples are offices, hotels, factories, food production facilities and fire stations. This list is not exhaustive and we are always happy to take on something truly unique. In some cases we have used the town mains to provide a water supply, but most often we will fit an independent source specific to your sprinklers.

Fire sprinklers for Newcastle’s Retailers https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/retail/

Shopping centres and high street retailers may have seen a decline of footfall since the take off of online shopping, but fire safety is just as important as it always has been. We have worked with specialist shopfitters to provide fire sprinkler systems to prestigious retailers across the UK, including Monument Mall in Newcastle.

Fire Sprinklers for Newcastle’s Residents https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/residential/

We can fit residential fire sprinklers to individual homes or whole apartment blocks. Our bespoke fire sprinkler designs mean that there is no dwelling we cannot supply.  Protecting life and livelihoods is what we do and our residential department is keen to make sure that clients feel safe and secure throughout every stage of the project.

We design, supply, install and commission a wide selection of system types to BS9251 and EN16925 standards or Water Mist BS8458/BS8489 standards, to name a few. For those considering loft conversions or open plan spaces, fire sprinklers are perfect for passing safety requirements and gaining planning consent.

Fire Sprinklers for Newcastle’s Schools and Universities https://www.armstrongpriestley.co.uk/education/

The education sector has unfortunately seen more and more cases of arson in recent years. Since Armstrong Priestley began supplying institutions in 2002, fire safety in schools has become a primary concern.

Our work as contractors for the education sector has been aided by the M&E market, which has introduced high levels of coordination and technology such as BIM 3D modelling. We can help draw up a fire safety strategy that will help keep staff and students safe and save lives in the event of a fire. These strategies have also been applied to other municipal buildings in the past.

Armstrong Priestley Newcastle Opening Hours

 

Monday 8am-5pm

Tuesday 8am-5pm

Wednesday 8am-5pm

Thursday 8am-5pm

Friday 8am-5pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

 

Get in touch with our North-East office on 0191 206 9085, or email northeast@armstrongpriestley.co.uk to enquire now.

Directions to Our Newcastle Office  

Our North-East office can be found at:

 

One Trinity Green

Eldon Street

South Shields

NE33 1SA

 

From the M6, take the A69, east-bound from Carlisle. From the A69, take the A167 across Tyne Bridge to connect to the A184. Past Four Ace’s Jet Petrol Station take the slip road to the left onto the A194, Leam Lane. 

Stay on the A194 past Monkton, over the A19, until you reach the Tynedock district. Past catalyst rail services there will be a roundabout (the second of two in quick succession). Take the first exit toward Temple Town and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto S Eldon Street. Follow S Eldon Street. Toward the end of the street, past Simply Food Solutions, there is a turning left onto Havelock Street. We are located on Havelock Street, off to the right.

The A1 (M) will also take you toward the A194. Follow the A194 until it becomes Leam Lane and then follow the directions above.

We are located around 10 miles from Newcastle Central Station. Again, cross the River Tyne, aiming for the A184. Take the A184 to the A194, Leam Lane, and follow the directions above.

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About Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle is a metropolitan borough in North East England, located 8.5 miles from the North Sea. The city originates from a Roman settlement known as Pons Aelius, or Hadrian’s Bridge, and is the starting point for the Hadrian’s Wall walking trail. Newcastle derives its name from the castle built by William the Conqueror’s eldest son, Robert Curthose, in 1080. Curthouse built his castle on the site of the old Roman fort for its superb defensive position over the River Tyne. The stone keep still seen today was built in the twelfth century to replace the first motte and bailey structure.

Newcastle Gateshead Quayside is famous for its series of impressive bridges, including Tyne Bridge; the first road/rail bridge in the world, Robert Stephenson’s High Level Bridge; the Swing Bridge; and the tilting Millennium Bridge. Each is innovative in its own right. Newcastle University continues this legacy of innovation as a red brick member of the Russell Group.

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