A warm welcome to Fire Management Ltd (FML).
Due to an increased workload in the West Midlands and specifically in Sandwell, the company has opened an office in Cradley Heath.
FML’s recent projects include work on the Smethwick and Rowley Learning Campuses for Interserve, the Sandwell Operational Command Unit for Britannia Construction and the All Saints development (now called Providence Place) for Bowmer & Kirkland.
FML’s services include installing fire-protection systems which offer up to four hours’ fire protection to steelwork, service penetrations, compartmentation walls and floors. Other applications include air sealing, thermal insulation and acoustic control.
Simon Adcock, a director of FML, said: “We have continually strived to develop business in Sandwell and are proud to be able to open an office to support growth in the area”.
Charles Lartey, Inward Investment Officer at Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council, said this is a great time for FML to move into the borough.
“Sandwell is an excellent place to base your business. We’re well-located at the heart of the country, and with the M5 and M6 running through the borough we have excellent transport links. Perhaps even more attractive to firms in every sector is the regeneration programme that is underway. Millions of pounds’ worth of investment is not only making our region a better place to live and work, but it also means huge business opportunities are becoming available for the right companies.
“I’d like to say a big welcome to FML from myself and my colleagues at Sandwell Council. I’m glad FML will be a part of our borough’s future as we see Sandwell regain its prosperous, vibrant economy of yesteryear.”