Fire engineering aids AMP refurbishment
Built in three stages during the 1960s and 1970s, Sydney’s 151 Clarence Street is a 12-level office building that was the NRMA’s head office until early 1999. When the NRMA relocated, building owner AMP decided to undertake a major refurbishment of the building’s interior to take the building into the next century.
By employing specialised fire engineering techniques, fire engineers Holmes Fire & Safety were able to save AMP more than $1.6 million on the refurbishment of 151 Clarence Street, making the refurbishment economically feasible.
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