Are you considering new construction, alterations, or retrofits to your building?



From consultation to designs and engineering to installation, our experienced team can assist you with new installations of all types of fire protection systems from start to finish.



Need to comply with Local Law 26? We're here to help. 



Local Law 26/04 requires all office buildings 100 feet or more in height to have a Full Fire Sprinkler System by July 1, 2019.



Are you based in New York City or Northern New Jersey?



We work with commercial, industrial and residential customes in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island, Westchester and Northern New Jersey.



Why choose us?

  • We have 10 in-house design Engineers, 2 in-house Expediters, and 1 in-house Director of Safety
  • We do a variety of installation work, including high-rise residential, factories, warehouses, senior facilities, retail, etc.
  • We use our expertise to your advantage; we find design errors and coordination conflicts before our pipe is installed, resulting in cost and time savings
  • Senior management holds Fire Protection Engineering Degrees from the University of Maryland (the only accredited school in the country with this program)

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THE PROCESS

1.  Consultation

Our project management team will meet with you to review your project’s scope of work, requirements, and schedule to fulfill your specific needs.

2.  Design

Our engineering staff includes NICET certified technicians who design code-compliant sprinkler plans using advanced CAD software to design your sprinkler systems as well as 3D BIM Modeling software. A project engineer is assigned to oversee your project and is available to discuss specific details such as submittals, hydraulic calculations, and sprinkler plans.

3.  Installation

The operations department plans, organizes, and manages the field technicians and superintendents. We are always available to help you resolve any field related issues. Our operations staff will also schedule the required inspections for your project’s sign-off.

4.  Completion

The expediting department is responsible for filing the sprinkler plans, obtaining the necessary permits, and signing off the work. We will also process any insurance certificates.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Sprinkler systems must be regularly inspected, tested, and maintained to make sure it is in proper working condition.
No. While smoke alarms are essential, they do not provide enough protection. They are only warning signals and do not help contain or extinguisher the fire like fire sprinkler systems can.
Sprinklers work quickly to control the heat and smoke caused by the fire. The water damage will be less extensive than the water damage from fire-fighting hose lines.
The retroactive requirements pertaining to fire sprinkler systems states that all office buildings -100- feet or more in height are to be fully sprinklered by July 1, 2019.