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Sebench has designed projects in Malta, Afghanistan, Canada, Mexico, and across the United States. Sebench's network of over 30 Fire Protection Experts can review and stamp drawings in every state and Canadian Province. As a certified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Sebench is committed to supporting the military and hiring veterans.

By pooling together with all of Sebench's other clients, our clients have large purchasing power when buying Fire Pumps, Tanks and other fire protection equipment. Sebench is dedicated to providing sound, cost-effective Fire Protection Engineering services to address the ever-changing challenges in the industry. Our alliance brings 30 registered Fire Protection Engineers, NICET III and IV Designers together from across the country.

Very often, existing conditions and situations require alternative approaches that meet all codes, but need "outside-the-box" solutions. This is why our name has become synonymous with Heavy Hazard Fire Protection.
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read more › Sebench Engineering, Inc. (See - Bench) is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that has provided fire protection engineering and design services to clients in a wide variety of industries since 2007. As a full-service fire protection engineering firm, Sebench offers design of fire suppression, detection, and alarm systems, building and life safety code analysis, water supply analysis, hazard assessments, project reviews, and project management. We have functioned in various roles on contracts, including serving as the prime contractor for single discipline design and non-design services, and as a specialty subconsultant to construction contractors and architectural and engineering (A-E) firms on larger multi-discipline efforts, including design-bid-build, design-build (D-B), and construction manager for at-risk project delivery methods.

read more › Very often, existing conditions and situations require alternative approaches that meet all codes, but need "outside-the-box" solutions. This is why our name has become synonymous with Heavy Hazard Fire Protection. Our experienced project managers coordinate efforts between operations and construction/installation efforts to assure a minimal impact on your day-to-day business during the upgrade process. We have special working relationships with several. We offer commitment at all levels of building project, from preparing for construction to construction management services.

read more › Sebench Engineering offers a distinct advantage over other fire protection engineering firms. Our roots are in the insurance industry, so we have a slightly different perspective on Fire Protection. A large steel company was in a multi-billion dollar acquisition phase and was seeking an independent fire protection engineering firm to evaluate and make recommendations on the newly acquired operations. After searching for a fit, it was concluded that a new type of fire protection engineering firm was needed; one with specific experience with heavy hazards.

read more › Unlike other fire protection design firms, Sebench started in the insurance industry. Our first contract was to provide the insurance approval and oversight for all of US Steel's fire protection projects around the world. Over the past nine years, Sebench has grown to offer consulting as well as complete fire protection design services for our clients' projects. Our level of expertise ensures that a project is done correctly the first time. If we have to find a unique solution, we will work with the fire marshal, insurance companies, and many of our manufacturers' representatives to find the best solution and get it approved.

read more › To date, Sebench has supported over $250 million construction value of fire protection projects. Sebench has been engaged in design-build construction projects in the public and private sector. Facility types include medical and medical support facilities, warehouses, retail, hospitals, and military installations. Sebench's roots in performing fire protection engineering services for high hazard industrial occupancies and the insurance industry give us a strong understanding of risk. We are knowledgeable not only in compliance with building, fire, and life safety codes, but also the prioritization of hazards, cost benefit analysis, and alternate methods of achieving fire and life safety.

read more › Our experienced project managers coordinate efforts between operations and construction/installation efforts to assure a minimal impact on your day-to-day business during the upgrade process. We have special working relationships with several providers that give us additional purchasing power to help assure the most cost-effective methods are utilized. Independent project management can provide additional assurance that your project will be handled correctly. When an expert is needed to assess a special hazard, we can provide guidance in helping to select that expert.

read more › There are many different types of fire protection systems, each suited to a particular type of hazard or suppression need. Sebench has the expertise and knowledge to design and specify any type of system needed including wet pipe, dry pipe, deluge, foam, pre-action or Early Suppression Fast response (ESFR). As stated by Mr. Lukemeyer of Peerless Pumps, Peerless Pumps has worked with Sebench on numerous fire pump projects over the past 6 years. Heavy industrial projects like steel mills and refineries are high risk and the designs must be beyond the normal commercial standards.

read more › Sebench has assembled a committed alliance of experts to provide the most comprehensive fire protection engineering throughout the world. Our alliance is comprised of firms that are dedicated to providing sound, cost-effective Fire Protection Engineering services to address the ever-changing challenges in the industry. One call can access fire protection experts throughout the world. The principals and senior fire protection engineers of each firm have solely focused on fire protection engineering for their entire careers.

read more › This app is for fire protection design professionals and helps calculate fire pump test results, hydrant flow, equivalent K Factor and pipe friction loss. The Fire Protection Engineer works for the Owner and has their interest in mind. This results in having a better working understanding of the Owners needs than the low bid Contractor. The Fire Protection Engineer can help Owners decide where it is more cost effective to invest in system components and designs and where not to invest. The requirement for building commissioning is becoming more commonplace and is now required on most Federal projects.

read more › Before you can design a Fire Sprinkler System, you need to know the design density for the area to be protected. There are a number of variables that must be considered. Water Supply - Is there an adequate water supply? Private or municipal? Is there a Fire Pump and/or water storage tank? What is the flow rate? Residual Pressure? Static Pressure? Are there any elevation changes from the water source to the protected area finished floor?.

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