The company is repairing a 24-storey building in London, where he was a fire that did not use the more refractory panels for facing buildings. About it reports The Guardian.
Aluminum panels chosen for the repair was produced by the company Omnis Exteriors. Its Director, John Cowley told the publication that the developer chose the cheaper and less refractory type of skin.
Every square meter more safe plating would cost two pounds (146 rubles) is more expensive.
The publication reports that in the UK there is no regulation of the choice of materials for the cladding of high-rise buildings and educational institutions. While public organizations have repeatedly appealed to the authorities to establish appropriate standards.
On the night of June 14 in apartment house in the British capital began a strong fire. Killing 30 people. Dozens of people are reported missing. According to Sky News, in hospitals there are 24 people, 12 of them in serious condition. The British authorities promised a thorough investigation into the incident. Evacuees temporarily housed in nearby aid centers, mosques and churches.