Codes & Standards: Fire, Life Safety
Learn about the details of fire pump design and interdisciplinary coordination throughout the design process
Hospitals and health care facilities are changing and their fire and life safety systems must transform with them
Colleges and universities have been sustainability trendsetters over the past several years. COVID-19 has required designers to think differently about fire and life safety systems.
Your questions answered with Jon Sajdak: Designing fire/life safety systems in health care buildings
Fire protection engineers must know which products and systems will best support the owner’s needs and authority having jurisdiction’s requirements. Read this Q&A for more details.
Experience in building design and construction has given TLC Engineering an intimate understanding of the need for coordination and integration of building fire safety systems into the total building design.
Read the best articles in August 2021 including: Product of the Year finalists, NFPA 99, pandemics and building design, cooling plant optimization and more.
These changes will impact both Hospital and Critical Access Hospital standards.
Read the best articles about fire and life safety published in the last year including: Fire pump applications, NFPA 72-2022, NFPA 101 and COVID, NFPA 99 interpretations and more.
Read the best articles from the past week. Product of the Year finalists, NFPA 99 changes, medical gas systems and hydraulic system design.
Read the best articles from the past week. Product of the Year finalists, NFPA 99 changes, university supercomputers, cooling plant optimization controllers and transformer protection.