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NFPA80 5.2 Authority to inspect on all fire door and frame conditions and report and record compliance.
Record data is maintained with Warnock Hersey's data base and updated annually.
Field inspections on new and existing construction, certified to report and make corrections as required to bring all Fire Doors, egress openings up to full compliance. Extensive background on new medical facility corrections and revisions per NFPA 22.214.171.124
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Consult and speak to the general contractor community on topics such as Proper fire door installation, identifying cause of failure, assist in corrections for final inspections, provide tools and procedures to detect both damage and code violations prior to final inspection and COO.
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Representing fire door manufacturers, since 1993 ie: Stiles Custom Metal, Security Metal Products, Door Components, Curries, Ceco, assisting general contractors ie; McCarthy, Hensel Phelps, PCL, Turner Construction, Bernards, Swinerton Bulders, SJ Amoroso, Pinner, Tutor Saliba, URL etc. and owners ie; CHOC Orange County, USC, Kaiser Hospital, UCI Hospital, LAUSD, etc. Consulting with medical facility engineers and managers on both causes and signs of impending failure of egress openings.
Advise of corrections and acceptable methods and proper materials to be installed. 2009 activity included full course lecture with SJA on door and hardware failures and the methods of prevention or detection of new installation errors or trade damage while building is under construction.
To review, assess, and provide solutions to major facility damage during construction, ie: frames installed reversed, fire door bottom clearances, frame out of crossight, or gaps caused by 'toe in or out" as well as jamb bow or out of square.
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