Acceptance testing of a fire protection system at the conclusion of construction is but one part of a complete fire protection quality assurance process. Commissioning is more comprehensive and is critically important as it prescribes quality assurance criteria that ensure systems will function as intended as well as meet the operational goals of your building during its life-cycle. Telgian Corporation will partner with you from project conception through building occupancy to analyze design intent to ensure that fire protection systems operate, as intended, when they’re needed most. Telgian engineers and consultants utilize real-world experience to effect a seamless transition to building occupancy and offer you peace of mind knowing that your fire protection systems have been evaluated by the leaders in the industry.
Fire Suppression Systems
Telgian’s consulting and engineering staff consists of fire protection engineers, former code officials and former fire marshals who, by virtue of experience and training, are uniquely suited to orchestrate a successful commissioning process for your fire suppression systems. Telgian takes a holistic approach to commissioning a fire suppression system to ensure that issues are discovered and remedied early on. Our commissioning process starts with an understanding of the environment in which the system will be installed and continues to include a review of shop drawings, pre-completion site observations, acceptance testing, installation issue resolution, as-built drawing review and user training, and culminates in system compliance documentation.
Fire Alarm Systems
Telgian’s team consists of fire protection engineers, former code officials and former fire marshals who combine strengths to ensure that your fire alarm system is properly designed, installed and documented. Most importantly, our experts make certain not only that your systems are functional, but also that your particular needs and priorities for the space are taken into consideration. Telgian takes a holistic approach commissioning a fire alarm system process to ensure that issues are discovered and remedied early on. Our commissioning process starts with an understanding of the environment in which the system will be installed and continues to include a review of shop drawings, pre-completion site observations, acceptance testing, installation issue resolution, as-built drawing review and user training, and culminates in system compliance documentation.
Ensuring that accurate information is delivered to the right people at the right time is essential to the mitigation of threats common in our world today. The proper design coordination, installation and commissioning of mass notification systems requires the specific expertise of trained professionals. Before commissioning a mass notification system, Telgian’s experts review of all aspects of the system design, installation, environment and interconnections as a means to ensure functional and compliant systems are installed for all applications.
Smoke Control Systems
Telgian’s expert engineers and consultants have specific experience performing smoke control system commissioning in a wide variety of occupancies. Our team begins its assessment of any smoke control system with a thorough review of system design, purpose, objectives, calculations, equipment specifications, activation and operation logic. We also evaluate or create commissioning procedures for suitability in your specific-built environment. Preliminary inspections of system-dependent passive protection features, and ultimately, operational testing of the smoke control system and sub-systems, is completed to ensure that physical performance of the system is executed as designed.
Retaining Telgian for your construction oversight needs helps ensure that your fire protection project is completed on time, under budget and in compliance. Our experts have managed countless projects and recognize that questions and obstacles frequently arise during the construction process. Telgian will review and provide a timely response to all RFIs, conduct construction site observations, report on conditions and review as-built documentation to ensure a complete, safe and compliant product.