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Jefferson Community College
Client: Bernier, Carr & Associates, P.C.
RAN Fire Protection Engineering developed a cost effective sprinkler and standpipe design for a new four-story dormitory building at Jefferson Community College. The design included the implementation of state-of-the-art sprinklers which eliminated the need for a fire pump, leading to significant savings for the client. The new dormitory building safely provides residence to 294 students.
Construction Cost: $315,000 Size: 98,000 sq-ft
State University of New York at Delhi
Client: State University of New York
RAN Fire Protection Engineering designed a campus fire
alarm supervising station and radio transceiver infrastructure to work with the existing network of campus fire alarm panels that spans over 30 buildings. This system allows campus police to monitor fire alarm signals from all buildings on campus using a wireless network. This reliable system allows for campus police to respond quickly to fires with knowledge of the location and type of fire alarm signal.
Construction Cost: $146,500 Size: 30 Buildings
State University of New York at Albany
Client: Bergmann Associates
RAN Fire Protection Engineering provided fire protection engineering design services for the Campus Center expansion project at the University at Albany. RAN designed intricate standpipe and sprinkler systems for the renovation and expansion of the campus center which considered the historical elements of the existing building. RAN’s design also overcame the challenges presented by an insufficient water supply via the use of a fire pump.
Construction Cost: $600,000 Size: 122,000 sq-ft
The College of Saint Rose
Client: The College of Saint Rose
Established in 1920, The College of St. Rose is a private, independent, and coeducational college located in Albany, NY. The college offers undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs to students and working professionals. RAN Fire Protection Engineering provided engineering services for the design of a proprietary supervising station with a remote annunciating station capability. The design incorporated a new wireless communication network for notification and a supervising station equipped for future campus upgrades.