BBC Fire Protection Limited is part of the Marlowe Group, one of the four largest providers of fire protection services in the UK.
Founded in 1979, the company specialises in the provision and maintenance of active fire safety systems throughout the UK. In addition to fire safety consultancy services, the company’s accomplished in-house engineers are also qualified to design, supply, install, service, maintain and commission: fire alarm systems; aspirating fire detection systems; gaseous fire suppression systems; portable extinguishers; voice alarm systems; fire telephone systems; disabled refuge systems; emergency and security lighting and communication and intercom systems.
BBC Fire Protection provides 24/7 emergency maintenance cover throughout the year. The company recognises the importance of providing compliant fire alarm system solutions with emphasis on false alarm management reliability, to prevent disruption to the working environment.
BBC Fire Protection holds a Royal Warrant as a fire alarm specialist by Appointment to HM Queen Elizabeth II, derived from its extensive experience of working on secure sites such as royal households along with many government and private education estates.
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