Planning for fire protection involves an integrated approach in which
we as system designers analyze all the building components
so that the fire-protection systems works together to effectively detect,
contain, control, and/or extinguish a fire in its early stages - and to
survive during the fire. To achieve the most beneficial symbiosis between
Detection, alarm/notification, and suppression systems all need to work
together to effectively detect, contain, control, and/or extinguish a
The design of any fire-protection system is an exact science that takes
into accounts a building's use, occupancy, footprint, and even its other
installed systems. Fire-protection systems are complicated and
sophisticated, and are different for just about every building. Every
well-designed system, whether it is being designed for a new building or
being installed as part of a renovation or retrofit, are developed with
specific objectives in mind.
Planning for fire protection involves an integrated approach. Our
designers analyzes all the components of a facility and looks beyond a
systems standpoint and examine, as a whole, how all the components will
work together. The design process is a holistic one for both new
construction and retrofits. As consultants and designers we involve the
management, architects, engineers, contractors, and all those who need to
be involved in the planning and design process, and fully understand the
issues and concerns of all other parties.
Solutions has well-versed and skillful architects, engineers,
and manufacturers' representatives to guide you in determining the perfect
fire-protection system to meet minimum code or go beyond the essentials.
In the design
process, our typical fire-protection system goals are :
While no standard fire-protection design blueprint exists for any two
buildings it all depends on how a building is used and occupied. A
warehouse or storage facility, for example, will have different
fire-protection requirements than a multi-tenant office building..
The basic components are:
Alarms and notification.
Compliance & NOC
Code compliance is the first objective in any design. Codes are
legal minimum requirements that need to be met for a good design. The
additional challenge is that fire codes can vary substantially across the
country, even within a state. You might manage one building in the suburbs
and one in the city. The fire code could be very different between those
two buildings. Even minor differences can have major implications on
Our designers and engineers adhere to these codes and ensures NOC from the
concerned Fire Authorities for enhanced life safety.
Beyond the components that actually make up an integrated
fire-protection system, there's another important factor that affects
design: maintenance. An improperly maintained system lacks reliability
and, therefore, true protection. If a system is not maintained properly,
its reliability degrades rapidly. Deevee Solutions professionaly managed
service team to routinely check, maintain and test your systems.
It makes sense to entrust your life safety and
security solutions to us.