The defects consist of "defective compartmentation
between apartments and defective firebreaks on the external facade of the buildings", according to the management company.
A meeting of Welsh Government officials and the developers will take place in September, the letter says, adding further information on the remedial work required to the internal compartmentation
would be issued shortly.
The 252 bed Kingfisher Court was evacuated and condemned earlier this month after the fire service discovered it had major fire "compartmentation
" shortcomings, which would allow a blaze to easily spread through the nine storey tower.
In respect of Apartment 412, the studwork on the corridor side had no insulation and no plasterboard to the apartment side, which he stated, may cause a weakness in any fire compartmentation
All of this occurred in a vulnerable and dangerous building without the benefit of the required compartmentation
and without the benefit of the sprinklers that would have saved the building and reduced the risk to its users."
The document said various steps had been taken for setting up of a permanent secretariat for the CCI while space had been allotted in new secretariat (Kohsar Block) and Rs18 million released for compartmentation
of different offices.
Robinson points out that the biggest topic today is the propagation of fire through the spandrel areas; fully tested single part compartmentation
assembly systems tested to EN 1364-4 are mandatory and a prerequisite for glazed buildings.
The report adds: "Poor compartmentation
means any fire will spread quickly and possibly unnoticed, reducing the time available to escape the building and the likely confusion resulting from poor communication between the development owners and the occupants."
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At Grenfell a major factor was the lack of 'compartmentation
', a system intended to ensure fire stays contained if it breaks out.