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Instilling Confidence in Clients 

Our reputation is established and we get repeat business from our long-standing clients who know that they get the best service on the market and have confidence that we install and document our work to the highest standards. 

Leaders in Quality & Safety 

Our quality assurance processes are industry leading. We have our own staff that operate as independent quality and health and safety inspectors to ensure quality and safety is a top priority. 

An Accredited Contractor 

Established in 2007, we are accredited with IFC, ASFP, ISO 9001, working throughout the UK as passive fire protection specialists. We are UKAS accredited and our dedicated team are QA professionals. 

Structural Steel Fire Protection UK 

GRJ Contracting offers a range of structural steel fire protection and fire barrier options to protect your building’s structural steel if a fire occurs. When steel is heated to above 550°C, it loses its stability and capacity to bear loads, becoming dangerous and often life-threatening.  
The steel will then begin to lose strength and bend, ultimately leading to a structural collapse and highlighting the lifesaving need for fire protection for structural steel. Be it fireproof insulation, intumescent coatings or fire compartmentation options, GRJ Contracting can find the right protection for you. 
We can offer a FREE evaluation to assess your building and advise on the next steps to steelwork fire protection solutions. Contact us today! 
Here at GRJ Contracting our deadicated contracting specialists can help protect and maintain your building and systems. If you are not sure what the issue is, or want to check your compliance then visit GRJ Surveying, where our surveying specialists can assist you. 


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Why Choose GRJ for Your Steelwork Fire Protection in the UK? 

GRJ’s steelwork fire protection service intends to help protect your building from fire and allow sufficient time for evacuation. 
Our comprehensive process starts with our fire engineers completing a full investigation to assess your structure. Based on their findings, they will advise you on the measures needed to achieve fire safety compliance. 
We provide and apply a range of intumescent coatings and fire boarding solutions to fireproof the steel beams in your building's framework. These products protect the structural integrity of steel, subsequently complying with modern building design regulations. Their reactive properties prevent steel from losing its load-bearing capacity during a fully developed fire. 
Speak with a member of our team today to get professional advice on your structural steel fire protection. 
Frequently Asked Questions 
Structural steel fire protection requirements can vary based on the height or purpose of a building. The legal standards for different types of buildings are outlined in Fire safety: Approved Document B, which is the main set of regulations regarding passive fire protection, and BS 9999 set by the British Standards Institution for fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings. While these regulations don’t directly mention structural steel, they are used as a guide for contractors, managers and site teams to help them decide on the best solution for structural steel fire protection. 
One of the most effective and commonly-used ways to protect steel from fire is intumescent paint. This special type of steel paint swells up when exposed to heat, forming a protective layer around the steel beams. 
The other way to protect structural steel beams from fire is by using fire protective mineral boards to create a casing around the steel. GRJ Contracting can help determine which option is better for your building and install structural steel fire protection. 
To meet the requirements for structural stability outlined in the Building regulations and comply with Fire Safety Standards, multi-storey steel-framed structures will usually need to have sufficient fire protection. This is done to help prevent the building from collapsing in the event of a fire. 
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   Take the first step to protect your building 

Book a FREE SITE EVALUATION today and our team will be in touch to discuss how GRJ can offer a full personalised passive fire protection solution tailored to your business. Alternatively call or email our team for a free site evaluation. 
Our expert guides on protecting your structural steel 
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"The quality of work have been a credit to GRJ" 

You are doing a great job on site and have been helpful and informative throughout the whole process of the job, the help and the quality of work have been a credit to GRJ. 
Tom Hulley 
Kier Construction 




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GRJ Contracting Ltd was established in 2007 with the purpose of specialising in the design, supply, and installation of quality passive fire protection systems for the commercial and residential UK construction market. As an accredited company certified with IFC, ASFP, ISO 9001 and Cyber Essentials based in the Midlands, we operate nationwide on new build and legacy construction projects of all scales and our range of services includes Intumescent Coatings and Rigid Boarding systems for Structural Steelwork protection, Service Penetration Firestopping, Mineral Fibre Boarding systems for internal building fire compartmentation and more. 
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