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Advanced invests £1million in North-East HQ and Manufacturing Plant

Leading North-East manufacturer, Advanced, has made a £1million investment in its corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant in North Tyneside. 

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MD Appointment Signals New Phase of Growth for Advanced

Global fire systems leader, Advanced, has announced the appointment of Pete Browitt, as Managing Director. 

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Advanced Emergency Lighting Protects Exclusive Knightsbridge Hotel

One of London’s most prestigious hotels, The Berkeley in Knightsbridge, London, is now protected by a Lux Intelligent emergency lighting test system and MxPro fire panels from Advanced.

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Smoke Control Solutions Come of Age

The control of smoke and airflow in a building during a fire situation is critical. Managing how smoke and fresh air can travel within and be extracted out of a building is essential in safe evacuation, protecting occupants, helping to contain fires, assisting firefighters and clearing the building of fumes and particulates post-fire.  It can be extremely complex in high-rise buildings which are common in our region...

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Advanced Protection for Prestigious Miami High-Rise

A networked, intelligent fire system from Advanced has updated the fire protection in one of Florida’s major real estate developments.

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Advanced Support for 3D Modelling with Launch of BIM Objects

Advanced, a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of intelligent fire systems, have worked with NBS to produce a comprehensive range of certified BIM objects for their fire panels, now listed on the NBS National BIM Library

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Advanced Launches Brochure for Fire Protection in Historic Sites

Global fire systems leader, Advanced, has launched a new guide to fire protection for historic and heritage sites.

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Advanced Protection for National Rail College

A key driver in the successful delivery of the UK’s £42.6 billion HS2 project, the new National College for High Speed Rail, is now protected by industry-leading fire panels from Advanced.

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