Cygnus Alarms On Laing O’Rourke’s Elephant Road Project

Cygnus Wireless Alarm System has been installed on Laing O’Rourke’s Elephant Road Project.

Bull Products have installed over 70 Cygnus combined Fire Call Point and First Aid Alert Alarm Units on this new development in Elephant and Castle.
The Cygnus wireless fire alarm system is a major innovation for construction sites and has been designed and developed in conjunction with major construction companies to incorporate all the features required for larger construction projects. The Cygnus system is able to link no less than 480 units in 15 different zones.  Individual units may be either a fire alarm call point, first aid alert point, smoke detector, heat detector or a combined call point and first aid alert alarm.

The Elephant Road project is a mixed use development on a 1.25 acre site adjacent to Elephant and Castle mainline railway station. This development which is Phase 1 of a redvelopment scheme is due for completion Autumn 2016. Incorporated in Phase 1 is over 370 new homes available to rent alongside 237 student units as well as a Sainsbury’s supermarket across three buildings.
See the link below for the Elephant & Castle Regeneration Scheme Website
http://www.elephantandcastletowncentre.co.uk/index.htm


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