O’Connell Tower & Crypt, Glasnevin Cemetery

Restoration programme by Glasnevin Trust & OPW

Wireless Solution

VRF prepared a survey report and system design, providing wireless fire detection throughout the tower and basement crypt. In addition, there was a requirement to link the system with the plant room and main building reception fire alarms.

Working with the onsite fire and security specialist, VRF proposed a 3 panel network with wireless interlinking, eliminating the need for civil works and ducting between buildings. In addition to mechanical and electrical works, a new timber stairs was installed, allowing visitors to access the viewing point at the top of the tower.

The design brief required the installation of a fire detection system with minimal interference with the exposed limestone block walls.

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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