case study

HM Prison Belmarsh is a category A prison containing some of the UK’s most dangerous and high profile criminals. Being one of the UK’s most secure prisons, it is often used to contain prisoners in cases where national security is threatened.

Roché are proud to play a key part in keeping the prison safe and secure. We worked alongside Protec Fire Detection PLC to deliver 14 fire-rated shutters that were tied into the prison’s security and fire management system. As well as being used for fire containment, the shutters are used as emergency segregation barriers, to reliably close-off and lock down cell blocks in case of prisoner unrest.  

solution

FIRE RATED

FIRE RATED

 
 
 
 

Trusted by architects and contractors on major projects

QUALITY PRODUCTS

All shutters are CE marked and meet independent standards, including BS EN ISO 9001:2000. On-site manufacturing facilities gives Roché complete control over product quality.

HIGH SECURITY LEVELS

Elite products have been independently tested by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB). They are insurance-approved and also have Secured by Design accreditation.

CUSTOMISABLE DESIGNS

A bespoke design service makes it possible to develop a solution for any opening. Specify sizes, finishes, vision or ventilation options and access control types. We also have on-site powder coating facilities.

MARKET LEADING

Roché has 20 years' experience in security and works with The Door & Hardware Federation, Construction Line, the Guild of Master Craftsmen and the Royal Institute for British Architects, RIBA.