Jarrett Fire Protection has one of the finest in house design staffs of any fire sprinkler contractor around. We are experts in conceptual engineering, detail engineering, construction documents, construction observation and final acceptance testing. Our personnel have years of experience in the industry throughout the southeast. Jarrett Fire has established excellent working relationships with the various local authorities having jurisdiction and local fire departments.
To our customers this means peace of mind because the job will be designed right the first time and approved in a timely fashion.
When Jarrett Fire Protection’s design staff undertakes your project you can rest assured that highly motivated individuals are on the job.
- Preconstruction/Design Services
- Design Build Applications
- Water Flow Analysis
- 3D Design/BIM
Jarrett Fire Protection works closely with insurance companies and government agencies to design fire protection systems that comply with the National Fire Protection Association and local fire codes, as well as with client-specific insurance requirements, U.L. and F.M. Global recommendations.
Jarrett Fire Protection reviews existing facilities for retrofit installations to verify that systems comply with codes required for system upgrades or modifications.
Balancing design criteria with protection objectives, insurance analysis, budget requirements and any other concerns you have, our engineering and design team work with you to determine the best fire suppression system for your project.
Jarrett Fire Protection utilizes the latest in AutoCAD, HydraCAD, and BIM technology along with the latest innovations in survey equipment to provide a complete design build system.
Jarrett Fire Protection increases its productivity in building design and construction through a three-dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modeling. Using innovative computer-aided design (CAD) capabilities, we coordinate sprinkler systems with all building components and other construction trades while using accurate drawing data to produce a cohesive, comprehensive and consistent design.
We have extensive experience in the design department and with fire protection technology changing at a rapid pace our staff is constantly attending seminars and taking classes to keep up with the latest technology.
Jarrett Fire Protection encourages staff to further their careers by achieving P.E. (Professional Engineer) or NICET certifications.
The industry benchmark for design and installation of automatic fire sprinkler systems, NFPA 13 addresses sprinkler system design approaches, system installation, and component options to prevent fire deaths and property loss.
Comprehensive requirements include sprinkler system design, installation, and acceptance testing; hanging and bracing systems; underground piping; and seismic protection in line with SEI/ASCE 7. NFPA 13 also includes provisions for special storage arrangements.
Jarrett Fire Protection has a full staff versed in NFPA Standard for the Installation of Automatic Sprinkler Systems which bases its fire control approach on occupancy hazards associated with specific occupancies: light, ordinary, extra hazard occupancy classifications.