West Point is a United States Military Academy that provides a higher education and training to Army cadets. RAN Fire Protection Engineering has completed multiple projects at West Point on a variety of buildings.
While the Jewish Chapel was undergoing a remodel, RAN designed a new Monaco Enterprises Analog Addressable Panel (MAAP) and a fully addressable Fire Alarm System and companion Mass Notification System (MNS). The devices were designed to comply with National Fire Alarm Signaling Code, NFPA 72, and wired in Class B configuration. Devices included heat and smoke detectors, manual pull stations at all exits, duct detectors in existing locations, monitor modules, control modules for air handler shutdown, and all the alarms were combination speaker/strobe. RAN programmed the MAAP Plus Fire Alarm panel and provided initial and final testing of the system installed.
When designing fire protection for Lincoln Hall, RAN also used a new MAAP Plus Fire Alarm System and companion MNS that was compliant with the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and NFPA 72. Devices include manual pull stations and every exit, duct detectors in the air handling units, smoke detectors, control modules for air handler shutdown, monitor modules for sprinkler flow, tamper devices, and fire pump controller outputs, a relay control for release of existing door holders, and heat detectors. Alarms were combination speaker/fire /MNS strobes and were connected to a remote display on the first floor. Lastly, RAN programmed the MAAP Plus Fire Alarm panel, provided As-Built drawings, and initial and final testing of the system.
The Johnson Stadium design included MAAP Plus fire alarm and MNS, designed in accordance with National Fire Alarm & Signaling Code, and NFPA 72. Devices installed as a result of our design include heat detectors, manual pull stations at all exits, duct detectors, monitor modules to monitor existing sprinkler system, control modules for air handler shutdown and main gas valve shutoff. Alarms were all speaker/fire/MNS strobes throughout, per UFC and Department of Army requirements. Lastly, RAN programmed the MAAP Fire Alarm panel, performed initial and final testing, and provided As-Built drawings and a certificate of completion and test reports.
Central Power Plant
RAN designed a new MAAP and fully addressable fire alarm system and companion MNS for the CPP. Systems we designed include manual pull stations at all the exits, smoke detectors in the control room, heat detectors, and monitor modules for existing Ansul suppression systems. All of the alarms were combination speaker/fire/MNS strobes throughout the building. RAN was also responsible for programming the MAAP Plus Fire Alarm panel, initial and final testing, providing As-Built drawings, and providing a certificate of completion. All designs were in accordance with National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and NFPA 72.
West Point, NY