staff includes fully licensed fire
protection engineers - in other words their PE stamp says "fire
protection" on it, as opposed to general engineering or one of the
other engineering disciplines (civil, mechanical, electrical, etc).
This is important as it provides an added benefit of
understanding not only the fire protection system design process but
also understanding the science of fire.
Code officials, particularly fire prevention bureaus, generally
feel much more comfortable if they are dealing with a licensed fire
protection engineer. PCI's
employees pride themselves in being able to build long lasting
relationships with AHJs, as we feel this is the key to efficient project
progression and management.
president of PCI, Mr William Pucci, holds a Masters Degree in Fire
Protection Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is
a professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the
States of Connecticut & Maine,
and is a Professional Member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. In
1993 he was inducted into the Salamander Honorary Fire Protection
Engineering Society. He also maintains membership in the National
Fire Protection Association.