Fire Alarm Systems: Keys to Successful Upgrades and Expansions

New webcast from Building Operating Management & Facility Maintenance Decisions

Fire Alarm Systems:
Keys to Successful Upgrades and Expansions

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Just $99 to Attend! Register Today!

When a facility's fire alarm system has reached the end of its operational life, and it's time to upgrade the system, facility managers must ensure the system upgrade meets the budget, the requirements of the state and local codes, and the organization's fire protection objectives.

Facility managers who are charged with overseeing a building's fire protection upgrade or expansion, can benefit from conducting a thorough analysis of various options, including life safety, property protection, mission continuity, heritage preservation and environmental protection. This webcast will walk attendees through the evaluation process and help identify key questions and desired attributes in a fire safety system for their facility.

This webcast will cover:

  • Updates to fire safety codes
  • New fire alarm system technologies
  • Ways to justify fire safety upgrades to senior management
  • Common obstacles in the planning and installation processes
  • Preventive maintenance practices to maintain fire safety system effectiveness

Just $99 to attend! - REGISTER TODAY!

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Scott Golly

Scott M. Golly, P.E.
Senior Engineer,
Hughes Associates

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    • Scott M. Golly, P.E., is a senior fire protection engineer with Hughes Associates, Inc., a fire protection engineering firm located in Baltimore, Md. Golly specializes in fire alarm, detection and special suppression systems, has experience in manufacturer-specific design, and has been factory trained by several panel manufacturers. Golly is a member of the NFPA 72, SIG-IDS technical committee and is an active volunteer firefighter with over 22 years of service.

Naomi Millan

Naomi Millan
Senior Editor, Building Operating Management