Hilton Hotels

Nationwide, UK

Founded in 1919 by Conrad Hilton in Cisco Texas, the first branded Hilton Hotel was built in 1925. Now with over 92 years’ experience there are 540 Hilton Hotels in 78 countries on six continents throughout the world. In 2005, the UK-owned Hilton International was bought by the US-based Hilton Hotel Corporation, uniting the brand under a single owner for the first time since 1964.

  • Leisure & Hospitality

King's Cross Station

London, UK

Advanced supplied intelligent panels for fire detection and smoke damper control as part of the the King’s Cross/ St. Pancras Underground Station redevelopment. Phase 1 included construction of a new Western Ticket Hall located in front of St. Pancras station and the expansion of the current Tube Ticket Hall. Phase 2 also used Advanced’s intelligent control panels, involving the construction of a new Northern Ticket Hall located to the west of King’s Cross station.

  • Landmark
  • Government
  • Transport
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The Royal Albert Hall

London, UK

The Royal Albert Hall has installed intelligent control panels from Advanced as part of their recent fire system upgrade. The six networked MxPro 4 4-loop panels, supplied and commissioned by Leader Systems UK Ltd, have been fitted with ipGateway™ to allow the system to be monitored from anywhere on the internet using a standard web browser.

 

  • Historic
  • Cultural
  • Sports & Entertainment
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National Mountain Sports Centre

Snowdonia

Lux Intelligent, the leading emergency light testing system, has been specified to replace an obsolete system at Plas y Brenin, the National Mountain Sports Centre in the heart of Snowdonia.

  • Sports & Entertainment

The National Galleries of Scotland

Edinburgh, UK

The National Galleries of Scotland has over 65,000 artworks in its collection and three sites in the city of Edinburgh: the Scottish National Gallery, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, all in Edinburgh

  • Landmark
  • Historic
  • Cultural
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The Guildhall

Derry City, Northern Ireland

Derry’s Guildhall, which reopened in June, is one of the city’s main cultural assets and a key part of the UK City of Culture 2013 celebrations. It originally dates from 1890 and has played an important role in the history of the City.

  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Historic
  • Cultural
  • Government
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Condor House

London

Situated in the prime London business address of St Paul’s Churchyard, the nine-storey commercial premises, Condor House, stands adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral and just meters from Fleet Street.

The prestigious, £134million Central London office building, comprises of 110,000 sq ft of high-quality office space and is home to a number of professional services firms including financial services provider Barclays Capital and investment bank Moelis & Company. Hailed by the installers as the “Engineer’s choice”, a network of Advanced’s flagship 4-loop MxPro 5 multiprotocol fire panels have been installed to protect the site.

  • Commercial & Financial
  • Commercial

Iona Abbey

Iona, Scotland

Scottish Heritage calls Iona Abbey 'Scotland's Most Sacred Site'. Located on the Scottish island of Iona, south west of the Isle of Mull, the Abbey is at the heart of a globally important religious centre, founded in 564AD by St Columba who brought early Christianity from Ireland to Great Britain.

  • Historic
  • Cultural
  • Landmark
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Waterloo Station

London, UK

One of the busiest passenger terminals in Europe and the UK’s biggest terminus, Waterloo Station is a central London mainline and underground station in the London Borough of Lambeth. Located near the South Bank of the River Thames, the current station was built between 1901 and 1922 with  19 platforms serving the surrounding areas of London, Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire and South West England.  It is also served by the Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo and City London Underground lines and, until 2007, was home to continental Eurostar services.

  • Transport
  • Landmark