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Centurion, South Africa

What makes us tick


TWCE's design services start with the conceptual/overall design of a particular fire protection system; based on inputs such as fire risk assessment results, comparison with regulatory standards and requirements, best practices and client specifications. Advising clients to the required fire protection measures required for a building, in terms of the SANS 10400 Code of Practice, international standards or alternatively the results of a performance-based assessment of the building or risk. These requirements are detailed at a conceptual level in the form of documents, details and notes providing an overview of the design solution selected.

The TWCE Vision

To reliably provide progressive solutions with integrity, quality and value for money through effective communication and high trust relationships with all role-players.

The big picture

Since its inception in 2003, TWCE has followed the philosophy of always providing a quality service, engaging in open communication and consolidating highly-valued customer relationships. In the face of a many fly-by night operations who merely dabble in Fire Protection, TWCE differentiates itself with rock solid credentials, attention to detail, world-class skills and training with cutting edge innovation.

In detail

This includes Automatic sprinkler installations; fire detection systems; smoke ventilation systems (mechanical or natural); gaseous suppression systems (e.g. Inergen, Argonite, FM-200 etc.), special risk protection; fire water reticulation systems and statutory emergency signage.

We also oversee the following typical passive fire safety measures: Adequacy, geometry, positioning and distribution of means of escape; statutory emergency signage provision; and the specification of locking devices and special risk fire protection (hazardous substances, flammable liquids, etc). Each of these systems are designed to meet with the applicable local or international standards as required by our clients and their insurers.