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Frank Gardner knows his way around fire and life safety system design and installation, especially in mission-critical and special hazards applications. Gardner, project manager over the fire alarm/special hazards department for Fire Tech Systems, Inc. in Shreveport, Louisiana, is NICET certificated in inspecting and testing water-based sprinklers, special hazards suppression systems and fire alarm systems. Based on his more than 21 years of experience in the fire industry, he has a good understanding of how aspiration systems compare to other technologies and how to work through project challenges.
Fire safety for cultural institutions is complex and involves solving the challenges of protecting priceless property and ensuring life safety for thousands of attendees per day. Cultural institutions, such as museums and libraries, have a unique set of characteristics that make fire and life safety requirements different from those of other buildings. They must simultaneously [...]
Jim Mickowski, an engineer with PSJ Engineering, has more than 25 years of experience in the design and installation of fire suppression systems. His experience ranges from working on stadiums, museums and office buildings to high-security, high-risk areas in correctional facilities and nuclear facilities where there is “no access allowed.”
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Dan Ubelhor is the corporate engineering manager for Koorsen Fire & Security, headquartered in Indianapolis.
He oversees design and engineering of fire protection for Koorsen, which has been in business since 1943. Dan implements design policies for the company and consults with branches around the country on their fire protection design and engineering projects.
Jonathan R. Hart, Associate Fire Protection Engineer with the National Fire Protection Association, is responsible for documents addressing information technology equipment, telecommunication facilities, wet and dry chemical extinguishing systems, explosion protection, commercial cooking systems, fire safety and emergency symbols, and water mist fire protection systems. Hart holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and is finishing work toward an M.S. degree in Fire Protection Engineering.