William Koffel joins editorial advisory board

William Koffel, PE, FSFPE, has joined the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board.

07/01/2014


William Koffel. Courtesy: Koffel Associates.Bill Koffel is president of Koffel Associates, Columbia, Md., a fire protection engineering design/consulting firm, and is recognized as an expert in the fire protection/life safety aspects of codes and standards. Headquartered in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, the firm provides consulting, engineering design and construction administration, codes and standards development, seminar development/training, product testing/evaluation/representation, and litigation support to public/private clients worldwide. Koffel remains active in the development process of the industry’s governing codes, standards, and design guidelines including ICC, NFPA, SFPE, and UL. A former code official with the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, he is a past president of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers.

 

 

 



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