National Fire Services Office

Recent rule changes in staffing guidelines have many communities scrambling to remain in compliance with NFPA and ISO® requirements. Many communities have employed the use of substations as a solution to this issue. These strategically placed stations serve a dual purpose. Besides allowing fire departments to share manpower, they also expand existing fire districts, generally eliminating areas previously rated Class 10, effectively helping more property owners benefit from an improved PPC rating. It can be a complicated matter determining where best to place substations in order to achieve the maximum impact as well as aquire the most ISO® points. Our experts deal with these types of compliancy issues every day. It can be extremely costly attempting to design a substation project without the proper guidance. Whether you need just one station or ten stations, we can provide a practical design that makes sense and will ensure your community will achieve the highest benefit at the lowest cost.  

For more details contact Mike Yarbrough at 904-534-4882 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it