Behind Every Great Building is a Great Fire Alarm System Checking out Fire Protection Group, Inc.'s work is a veritable tour of Los Angeles' architectural highlights
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The sights of Los Angeles always include a diverse collection of beautiful architecture and rich historical backgrounds. Yet, behind each unique and wonderful building is a fair amount of important though unglamorous details, including maintaining functional fire alarm systems that protect inhabitants while respecting each building's infrastructure. The delicate task of making these sites—some claimed to be historical nationally or by the California government—safe from fire is in the purview of the experts at Fire Protection Group, Inc. With two decades of experience in the industry, FPG, Inc. provides more than sprinklers, alarms, and fire pumps for sale; they're a full-service, turn-key operation frequently tasked with installing, repairing, inspecting, and maintaining the fire safety equipment of some of the greatest structures that the fair city of Los Angeles has to offer.
Scanning the partial list of clients and projects on Fire Protection Group, Inc.'s website reveals that the fire safety consultants have worked with some of the most famed Los Angeles landmarks. FPG, Inc. has worked with world-famous spaces like the Hollywood Palladium, the former Mann Theatres, and the Beverly Hills Hotel. Warner Brothers Studios and the Union Oil Company—whose Santa Paula Hardware Company Building is a California Historical Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places—also appear on this esteemed list of past clients. The fact that these establishments choose to work with Fire Protection Group, Inc. speaks volumes about the company's reputation, talent, and proficiency at completing even the most difficult jobs.
Southern California is also noted for its shopping. Century City's Westfield Mall, the Grove Shopping Center, and Beverly Hill's gorgeous outdoor Two Rodeo are just a few of FPG, Inc.'s commercial clients. Fire safety in spaces like these is based on protecting inhabitants above all else; Fire Protection Group, Inc. consistently rises to this challenge. Even in cases where the fire sprinkler systems have to be dismantled—whether for inspection, state-mandated testing, or repairs—FPG, Inc. can post a fire safety crew known as a fire watch. This service, which uses FPG, Inc.'s own fire engine and crew, guarantees that these businesses can often stay open during repairs without sacrificing the safety of shoppers and employees.
Lead engineer and general manager of FPG, Inc., George Saadian has worked with the National Fire Protection Association, the Los Angeles Fire Sprinkler Technical Committee, and the AFSA (American Fire Sprinkler Association) Southern California Chapter. Mr. Saadian has even welcomed numerous retired employees of the Los Angeles Fire Department into leadership positions at his company. This has made FPG, Inc. a leading source for fire safety jobs, as seen through their work with governmental and public institutions like Edwards Air Force Base, MTA-Metro, University of California Riverside, the City of Redondo Beach, and the Los Angeles County Fire Department itself.
Visit Fire Protection Group, Inc.'s website at www.firesprinkler.com or call them at 888-251-3488 to read more about the company's services, see past fire safety work, and request a free quote.
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