Fire detection and alarm systems are designed to save lives by providing early warning to the outbreak of fire. Effective systems are designed to protect life, property, and interruption to business continuity. Electronic fire systems become a key technology in the operational safety and security awareness of occupants in all market segments.
Each building will present a different set of problems in relation to satisfying the objective, so it is critical that each fire detection and alarm system be specifically designed to meet codes, first responder requirements, and the individual facility operational requirements.
Guidepost Solutions carefully designs fire and life safety systems to provide for the early detection of potentially hazardous conditions; initiating emergency control functions; facilitating the controlled evacuation of personnel; and preventing loss and injury. We provide manual and automatic fire alarm systems designed to ensure buildings meet the applicable code requirements. Though building codes often largely dictate fire alarm systems, we leverage past project experience and regularly engage with Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to provide appropriate designs that meet all requirements and result in cost savings.
Well-versed in the myriad of codes and governing regulations coupled with technological expertise, the Guidepost Solutions team provides comprehensive solutions that address risk hazards, occupancy requirements, facility age, and existing infrastructure. We add value to our assignments, ranging from product research, cost analysis, peer reviews, and full construction bid packages with commissioning services.
WHETHER YOU’RE AN ARCHITECT OR AN END-USER, WE CAN ASSIST YOU WITH THE PLANNING, DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF YOUR FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS INCLUDING:
- Fire alarm
- Emergency communication
- HVAC control
- Elevator control
- Hazardous area control
- Smoke control
- Fire suppression system interface
WE CAN DESIGN A COMPLETE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FOR ALL FACILITY TYPES INCLUDING:
- Industrial buildings and warehouses
- Critical infrastructure
- Public and government buildings
- Data Centers