Ashford Castle, Mayo

Wireless System part of $75 million renovation project

Wireless Solution

Phase One 2011: VRF advised local contractor and fire alarm specialist on a wireless solution for the existing wired system to be expanded to achieve L1 Coverage, allowing NAMA to conclude sale of the property.

Phase Two 2013: VRF advised design team on temporary wireless fire detection solution during 15-month refurbishment works.

Phase Three 2015: VRF designed a full wireless solution including an 9 panel network and 1,000+wireless devices installed for the refurbished hotel complex.

This unique project fully demonstrates the flexibility of wireless fire detection on projects of any size, design or construction.

what our clients say

`VRF - Wireless Fire Detection` does most of its new employee training on the job. The employer incentives offered through On-the-Job Training program have helped reduce some of our training costs for new hires.

David S. Morris - CEO

what our clients say

`VRF - Wireless Fire Detection` does most of its new employee training on the job. The employer incentives offered through On-the-Job Training program have helped reduce some of our training costs for new hires.

David S. Morris - CEO

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