“I have worked with Chris Blake of FiSCA since 2009 and right from the start he has impressed me with his efficient professional manner. As architects we need effective fire safety solutions that will be implemented in our design and meet all regulatory fire safety standards. Chris has consistently delivered a first class service with sometimes impossibly tight deadlines. I use Chris because he offers a quality service with competitive prices and will work with me to deliver projects on time.”
Oliver Daly, MRIAI, Oliver Daly Architects, Castleisland, Co Kerry.
“We have engaged the Fire and Access consultancy services of FiSCA for a wide range of public and commercial projects over the last decade. At all times FiSCA, under the personal direction of Chris Blake, has provided Dorman Architects and our clients with a thorough, competent and professional service for a very reasonable fee. When FiSCA give a date for the delivery of a Fire or Access Certificate you can be assured that they will deliver on their commitment. We expect to continue our strong relationship with FiSCA for a long time to come.”
John Dorman, MRIAI. John Dorman Architects, Dublin.
“We have worked with and recommended FiSCA for our Fire Safety consultancy on projects for a number of years. We have always found Chris’s knowledge and experience to be invaluable to our projects. His commitment to detail and prompt and reliable service have never let us down. We would highly recommend them in the future.”
Thomas O’Neill, Chartered Structural Engineer, ONCE Consultant Engineers
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