The building codes and regulations seem to cover the insides of buildings quite well, but the exterior seems to have been missed," explains Tom Bell-Wright, a civil and structural engineer who has been operating Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants in Ras Al Khor since 1995.
What does TBWIC stand for?
TBWIC stands for Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
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Based in Dubai, Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants is a specialist faE*ade consultancy, full-scale testing laboratory for curtain walls and fire testing laboratory.
To receive this additional accreditation so quickly, is not only a testament to the hard work of the whole team, it speaks volumes for our own commitment to quality," said Jean-Philippe Kayl, Fire Testing Manager for Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants.
It is remarkable that in spite of all the construction which has taken place in the 16 years we have been in the United Arab Emirates there has never been a local facility for testing fire-rated doors and partitions to international standards," said Tom Bell-Wright founder and CEO of Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants, which bought the surnace.