Fire Protection Engineer
United States, Travel Required
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Procon Consulting

51-200 employees

Comprehensive construction, real estate, and business management services.
Company Overview
Procon Consulting, with over two decades of experience, has established itself as a leader in the construction and real estate project management industry, offering comprehensive services in design and construction management, space management and planning, real estate portfolio services, and business and technology services. The company's competitive advantage lies in its ability to act as the owner’s representative, ensuring projects stay on schedule, within budget, and meet customer requirements. Notably, Procon's collaboration with partners like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in groundbreaking projects, such as the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, showcases its commitment to technical advancement and industry leadership.
Consulting
Real Estate

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

2000

Headquarters

Arlington, Virginia

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

6%

1 year growth

10%

2 year growth

15%
Locations
Remote in USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Architecture & Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Building Services Engineering
Requirements
  • Ability to work and travel throughout the continental US
  • 5 years of experience in fire protection and life safety systems
  • Experience with national fire protection codes
  • Four-year engineering degree from an ABET accredited institution
  • PE License is required (any of the 50 states)
  • Willing and ability to travel up to 50%
  • NICET or NFPA certifications
Responsibilities
  • Perform technical reviews of building and development plans and specifications for compliance with Life Safety Code and adopted National Fire Protection Association systems/standards
  • Check sprinkler plans and hydraulic calculations
  • Ensure compliance with gaseous fire suppression systems, fire alarm systems, smoke control and related requirements
  • Conduct construction and highly technical fire and life safety-related field inspections
  • Maintain records and files; prepare reports
  • Respond to inquiries from the public regarding fire prevention practices
  • Oversee/lead the work of other fire protection staff in the absence of the Fire Marshall