THE DESIGN BUILD OF YOUR COMMERCIAL MECHANICAL FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM IN NYC NEEDS TO BE DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
There have been several tragic and high profile fire related disasters in the news recently in New York City. When lives are lost, there is no going back and re-designing your New York City Fire Sprinkler System.
The design and engineering of your NYC mechanical fire sprinkler system must comply with Federal, State, City and NFPA fire codes, rules and regulations. If you are required to install a fire sprinkler system in NYC, it might be a good idea to get a few estimates from fire sprinkler companies or fire sprinkler contractors that carry active licenses (key word “ACTIVE”) with the State and City of New York.
The design of your commercial mechanical fire protection system will be completed by a fire safety engineer or State licensed New York, NY fire sprinkler contractor or fire sprinkler company. They evaluate the fire risks present, any fire hazards and/or hazardous or flammable materials that may be stored at your business, venue, restaurant, commercial kitchen, office, retail store, theater, industrial facility, manufacturing complex or multi-unit residential property.
The design of your fire sprinkler system must meet or exceed the aforementioned fire codes as well as health and regulations. Before a NYC fire sprinkler company or fire sprinkler contractor begins their design build process, make sure to have them go over the permits process and file any appropriate work order documents with the New York City Department of Buildings (or “DOB”). These must be applied for and obtained from the City of New York and Master Fire Mechanical has been doing it for over forty years.
Getting Fire Sprinkler Systems designed, approved, installed and tested is our business. We will manage the expediting process from concept to completion, apply for permits, and make sure the system is tested and ready to pass inspection.
We’ll be there when the permits are signed off, and test your fire sprinkler system, ensuring that it’s ready to go if called up.