At American Fire Protection Group, our first step in every fire protection and sprinkler project is performing on-site evaluations of existing facilities or, for new construction jobs, analyzing blueprints. Our seamless network of companies provides fire safety solutions for a variety of industries, including industrial, commercial, retail and residential businesses.
Balancing design criteria with protection objectives, insurance analysis, budget requirements and any other concerns you have, our engineering and design team works with you to determine the best fire suppression system for your project.
Engineering and design services include:
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
AFPG increases its productivity in building design and construction through three-dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modeling. Using innovative computer-aided design (CAD) capabilities, we coordinate sprinkler systems with all building components and use accurate drawing data to produce a cohesive, comprehensive and consistent design.
Fire protection systems design
Our companies are experts in conceptual engineering, detail engineering, construction documents, construction observation and final acceptance testing. In fact, many of our experienced designers are certified through the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET). Additionally, we have a Registered Fire Protection Professional Engineer (P.E.) on staff, with licenses in multiple states.
We work closely with insurance companies and government agencies to design fire protection systems that comply with the National Fire Protection Association and local fire codes, as well as with client-specific insurance requirements.
Our companies review existing facilities for retrofit installation or to verify that fire sprinkler systems comply with codes required for system upgrades or modifications.
Our team uses these measurements to design plans that maintain adequate flow for effective fire control.
Talk with our Engineering and Design team and get a no-obligation consultation