Emergency Services Sector Expertise
For blue light estates the importance of buildings and roofs that are fit for purpose and function correctly is crucial to provide a workplace for policing and other emergency services, including fire and rescue.
The roof areas of these estates will house people and systems critical to ensuring the smooth running of the blue light service. These buildings and roofs must be carefully managed and maintained so they can remain operational 24/7 in the event of a public emergency.
“We have a long-standing relationship with Langley, built on a proven reputation for quality and professionalism. Its single source of accountability, from initial survey to supply, installation and guarantee, yields a best value solution for our client. For us and our client, it adds value that Langley has a network of Approved Contractors: CWG delivered quality results for us.”
Harry Rowe, Building Surveyor at Currie and Brown
How we can help
With Langley’s emergency services sector expertise you can take advantage of a range of added value services to support your project though the consultation, design and installation process and beyond. Langley’s service-led approach is unique and supports our goal of creating ‘roofs for life.
Emergency Services sector partnerships
We partner with established industry bodies to offer support to decision makers. We also go through extensive assessments to gain accreditations from health and safety to building compliance.
Added value for your emergency services establishment
Alongside the emergency services sector roof systems we supply, we offer added value services including:
- Funding application support.
- Free roof condition surveys and asset management reports.
- On completion, all information is collated into our client portal to support maintenance programmes and asset management plans.
- We can offer independent insurance-backed guarantees of up to 30 years, covering design, materials and workmanship.
Erith and East Ham Fire Stations
The brigade identified that the roofs at Erith and East Ham Fire Stations were in need of refurbishment. Numerous intermediate repairs had already been undertaken. An efficient solution was needed to help London Fire Brigade optimise best value in its asset management and reduce its requirement for planned or unplanned maintenance.