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Fire Alarm and Mass Notification Systems in Various Reserve Centers Within the 99th RSC District

This project aimed at enhancing safety and communication at various Army reserve centers within the 99th RSC District. This project’s objectives included:

  • System Installation: Our main goal was to install new fire alarm and mass notification systems at existing Army reserve centers, ensuring top-notch safety and communication capabilities.
  • Long-Term Durability: In line with the Army’s objectives, we designed and constructed these systems to have a 25-year useful design life, factoring in normal sustainment, restoration, and modernization activities. Our approach ensures these systems remain functional and reliable over an extended period with standard preventive maintenance and repairs.
  • Innovative and Efficient Solutions: We were encouraged to implement innovative, creative, and life cycle cost-effective solutions that not only meet but exceed the minimum requirements. Our focus was on expediting construction with methods like pre-engineering to shorten schedules without compromising on quality or performance.
  • Resource Allocation Emphasis: The project emphasized placing funds into functional and operational requirements. We selected materials and methods based on the lowest Type of Construction allowed by code for this occupancy/project. This approach allowed the allocation of funding towards the quality of interior/exterior finishes and selected systems, aligning with the Government’s intent.

This project at the 99th RSC District Reserve Centers demonstrates our commitment to delivering high-quality, efficient, and innovative safety systems, tailored to the unique needs of military facilities.