Look through our outstanding fire protection projects of the last few years.
The Fair Barn in Pinehurst, NC is on the National Register of Historic Places and celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2017. Back in the late 1990s when the village restoration committee embarked on saving the building, Phoenix Fire Protection was selected by the restoration contractor to provide design and installation of a fire sprinkler system to protect the historic facility. One of the challenges that this project presented was installing the piping system as inconspicuously as possible while still providing the NFPA code required coverage to the building itself - we are very proud of what we accomplished with this project.
The Givens Outpost Library Annex is an example of a retrofit of designing and installing fire sprinkler protection in an unprotected building. The structure was the original US Post Office in the village of Pinehurst for several decades and sat vacant for numerous years after the new post office was built on the edge of town. Then was it reborn into the library annex and a gourmet coffee/gift shop that has become popular with the locals.
The Trinity Grove project finished in 2011. This is a project we did for Lutheran Family Services, Inc.: a 68,000 square foot senior healthcare facility that provides assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing care in Wilmington, NC. It is one of three of their facilities across the state that we have provided a design-build fire sprinkler system installation for, as well as ongoing service and inspections.
Parkview at Penick Village is a two story apartment building for senior living in Southern Pines, NC. Phoenix Fire Protection provided design and installation of NFPA-13 systems that protect the inhabited spaces as well as the attic and parking garage at ground level under the living quarters.
The Phase II Aircraft Hangar upgrade project at Fort Bragg, NC consisted of removing all fire sprinkler systems and AFFF foam system components in their entirety from all three Blackhawk Helicopter hangars that are in this phase, in addition to upgrading the wet pipe fire suppression systems to the new Government standards. This included new fire pumps and fire water storage tanks as well as High Expansion foam systems in the hangar service bays. The duration of this project was over two and a half years from mobilization to completion.
The Montgomery County Hospital project in Troy, NC was completed in early 2016. This was a fire sprinkler retrofit of the balance of the three floors of the existing original building and it was done while the hospital was in full operation by segregating small work areas, which was challenging for us, to say the least.