News

Managing fire risk in timber frame construction the Tenos way

In order to properly discharge their duties under CDM 2015 and The Fire Safety Order, a contractor and lead designer erecting new buildings must implement suitable and sufficient physical and...

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Boxpark Croydon: Tenos have fire engineering strategy all ‘boxed-up’

Boxpark Croydon; one of the most intriguing projects we have worked on. This revolutionary structural concept has received widespread publicity across local and national media, including coverage on the BBC...

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Ensuring best practice for passive fire protection

Recent reports alleging breaches in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (the Order) have put passive fire protection firmly back on the agenda for those involved in building design, construction,...

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Would the real Responsible Person please stand up?

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO) was introduced to remove multiple and overlapping fire safety provisions and to replace it with a single fire safety regime. The ultimate...

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More than approval

Tenos Director, Mostyn Bullock and Design Fire Consultants Director, Adam Monaghan examine the fire engineering issues of responsibility and liability in the September/October 2016 issue of the RICS Building Control...

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Getting it right

Tenos Fire Engineer Andy Foolkes looks at how fire engineering design is developed in the RICS Building Control Journal. Click here to read article >

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30 Jun 2016

| Company News

Dominic Vallely Retires from Tenos

After 14 years working with, and latterly as a Director of Tenos, Dominic Vallely is to retire today, Thursday 30th June 2016. Dominic joined Tenos in 2002 after 17 years’...

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24 Sep 2015

| General News

Tenos fire engineer set to take on 300-mile cycle challenge for children’s charity

With less than a week to go, Tenos fire engineer David Bostelmann is making final preparations for the three-day 300-mile John Lewis Partnership cycle challenge. The ride, which begins in...

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12 Aug 2015

| Fire Expert Witness

Defects in building fire safety – is it really rhubarb?

This article first featured in the Summer 2015 issue of the Solicitors Journal The increase of workload for professionally qualified fire engineers acting as expert witnesses on civil cases has...

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