The Triangle - means of escape smoke extraction for busy shopping centre

At the Triangle shopping centre, which replaced the Corn Exchange - tragically bombed by the IRA in 1996, Fire Protection provided means of escape smoke extraction for the shopping centre's corridors and installed staircase pressurisation systems.

Maintaining the exterior of the old Corn Exchange, which was faithfully restored, the new Triangle shopping centre was designed by Drake & Scull Ltd, which stipulated that smoke extraction occurred in all means of escape areas in the event of a fire.

Given the critical nature of the installation, protecting the thousands of visitors to this busy shopping centre, Fire Protection's Flamebar BW11 smoke extraction system was specified due to its proven track record in other famous shopping centres.