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Westminster Abbey Choir School 

This historic building completed in 1915 as a Prep School for boys and remains as the only choir school in the UK to exclusively to educate choristers. 
In September we were commissioned to upgrade this historical buildings fire alarm system to an analogue addressable system as part of the ongoing upgrade work within this world famous complex. E.Q. removed the exisiting conventional panel and sensors and replaced with a Kentec AS Syncro and Apollo field equipment. All carried out with no fuss during the summer break of 2013, now providing enhanced detection within this boarding school. 

Westminster Abbey Museum & Crypt 

As part of the ongoing upgrade of the fire detection systems within this historic building complex, E.Q. Systems have recently extended the fire system to convert the old conventional detection in both the Museum & Crypt to analogue sensors and sounder/beacons.  
The Museum was previously a dormitory used by the monks, built in 1060, now housing many priceless artifacts including funeral effigies of past Kings & Queens including Henry V11 & Elizabeth l. 
This convertion was made out of hours therefore causing no disruption to the busy life within the Abbey. Both areas are now protected with state of the art detection devices signalling back to the main control. 
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