How do we best learn design, installation and inspection techniques? Repeated exposure to projects, designs, or input from others.
In next week's post we'll debut our first Design Challenge, where we'll reveal a small portion of a building with details. Sprinkler designers (of any age and any location) can propose how he or she would design the system for the proposed building.
Now, here's where installers, plan reviewers and inspectors come in - We'll then take the top few submissions and post them against each other in the following week for a full-on debate about the pros and cons of each submission. After a vote, the creator of the winning design will be revealed and featured on our site.
Step 1: Next Week: Building Area Revealed & Design Submissions Accepted
Step 2: Following Week: Design Submissions Posted, Debate Ensues & Votes Tallied
Step 3: Winner Revealed
Are you the hotshot designer? Are you the experienced installer? Are you interested in what frustrates plan reviewers or inspectors? Look for our post next week when we reveal the first Design Challenge.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, owns/operates his own Fire Protection Engineering practice in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.