Fire Protection Engineering
The Fire Protection Engineers of SFC Engineering Partnership, Inc. (SFC), has been providing preventative, life safety, building design, rehabilitation and expert fire safety advisory services for municipalities, governmental agencies, architects, developers and privately owned businesses for decades. Collectively, the fire protection staff of SFC brings more than fifty years of diverse fire protection engineering knowledge and hands on experience to the clients we serve and the communities we protect. Many of our Fire Protection engineers are also firefighters. At SFC, we never take shortcuts around fire protection issue and those are decisions never regretted.
A common practice for many engineering firms today is the marketing of Fire Protection services as a component of a mechanical engineering scope of work. At SFC, our engineers are specifically trained and educated to address fire safety issues, project needs and client concerns as they relate to fire protection, and can be called upon at any point in a project’s development. We are fire protection experts.
The fire protection team of SFC is made up of Professional Engineers licensed in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts, and is overseen and managed by Jeff M. Murphy, P.E.
From the development of bulk fuel storage facilities to fire suppression systems, to the overall layout and design of fire training and public safety complexes, the Fire Protection Engineering division of SFC has seen it all. We are confident that we can help you with your fire protection needs.
- Automatic Fire Suppression System Design
- Fire Alarm System Design
- Fire & Life Safety and Building Code Consulting
- Fire Protection Planning and Training
- Fire Investigation and Failure Analysis
- Rural and Municipal Water Supply Protection
- Explosion and Special Hazard Protection Systems
- Public Safety Building Design
- Fire Training Facility Design & Site Selection
- Fire Station Design
- Bulk Fuel Storage Facilities
- Liquefied Petroleum Gas
- Flammable Liquids
- Combustible Liquids