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Hochiki Europe Nominated for Fire Safety Project of the Year Award

by Geny Caloisi
Hochiki Europe, a provider of fire detection and life safety solutions, is thrilled to announce its nomination as a finalist for the Fire Safety Project of the Year Award at the esteemed Fire Safety Matters (FSM) Awards 2024.

This distinguished accolade acknowledges exceptional achievements in fire safety design, implementation, and activation. Hochiki’s nomination stems from its collaboration with Southern Fire Alarms on the prestigious Livingstone Academy project in Bournemouth, a cutting-edge educational establishment inaugurated in September 2023.

At the heart of safeguarding Livingstone Academy lies Hochiki’s advanced fire protection technology. The project extensively deployed Hochiki’s intelligent ESP product range, featuring over 400 devices meticulously positioned across the premises. The selection of ALN smoke detectors and ACD Multi-Sensors from the ESP range, accredited under EN54 standards, was paramount. Particularly notable is the ACD Multi-Sensor’s capacity to detect heat, smoke, and CO, ensuring a comprehensive surveillance system. This robust setup guarantees complete fire coverage, enabling swift responses to potential emergencies.

Shinsuke Kubo, Managing Director at Hochiki Europe, expressed pride in the company’s nomination, stating, “We are immensely honoured to be considered for this award. Collaborating with Southern Fire Alarms on the Livingstone Academy project was a privilege, and we are confident that our fire safety solutions will continue to uphold the building’s safety standards.”

The winners of the FSM Awards will be revealed during a ceremony scheduled for June 12, 2023, at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Find out more about the Livingstone Academy project

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