The historic Cellars & The Townhouse at No. 3 St James’s is also the venue for wine schools, wine tastings, corporate entertaining and bespoke events.
During the refit, Tecserv had to re-locate a number of detectors and transmitters as well as ensure all equipment was fully integrated and could be monitored and controlled easily.
These extensive refurbishment works also included the expansion of the cellar in order to host wine schools, wine tastings, corporate entertaining and bespoke events. As part of these works a new commercial kitchen was also installed to enable in-house catering for these events and functions. A further review of fire safety risk led to the installation of an ANSUL® R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression system for the commercial kitchen and other in-house kitchens.
In 2017, as a result of a number of new build extensions and recent renovations that had been done to the interior of the existing buildings, a review of the effectiveness of the fire alarm system was conducted. This review also considered the impact of recent EU changes whereby the radio frequency over which fire alarm control panels and detectors receive a signal would change. Consequently, a decision was taken to implement a fire alarm system upgrade and replace the wireless fire alarm system with new technology as well as install the latest technology into the newly built areas.
Today Berry Bros & Rudd also has offices in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, a Wine School and an exclusive fine wine and dining venue in London’s St James’s, an online shop, and a wine warehouse in Basingstoke.
Please note Tecserv UK only operate within the United Kingdom – any work outside of this region cannot be considered.