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Project Summary:

Provincial Sprinkler Company engaged DDC to provide fire protection design services for their client's pharmaceutical manufacturing facility.

The project included an extension to an existing build to accommodate growth and global demand for the client’s products. The end client's fire solutions partner, Provincial Sprinkler Company, engaged DDC to fast-track the design of a compliant and scalable Fire Protection Design Solution. 

DDC provided a Fire Protection solution using FM Global Data Sheets. The service included the design, coordination and provision of construction drawings using modern 3D design software.  The use of 3D software resulted in Provincial Sprinkler Company providing their client with a high-quality visual representation of the fire protection system recommended within their building specification.

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Our team worked in partnership with both Provincial Sprinkler Company and their end client to ensure a robust, coordinated and FM compliant design, meeting strict pharmaceutical sector compliance.

DDC leveraged our team of experts to add additional bandwidth and oversight as project deliverables became more stringent and key milestones needed to be met to ensure adherence to a strict delivery time frame. 

Benefits Included:

  • Fire Protection Design with FM Global.

  • Process driven approach.

  • Full compliance in tightly regulated sector.

  • Additional design resources for oversight.

  • Knowledge to represent PSCL in meetings.

  • Cost effective, on budget solution.

  • 3D visual outputs for documentation.

  • High quality construction drawings.

  • Tight time frame and design milestones hit.

  • Removed pressure from PCSL during busy period.

What Did Our Client Say?

“Their knowledge, quality of design output and 3D visual skills ensured a successful project. Digital Design and Consultancy slot in and become an extension of our team and capability. Working with them is seamless and they have proved to be a great addition to our own resources."

Provincial Sprinkler Company

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