Client wants us to install a fire sprinkler system that is not connected to an automatic water supply.
This is a small marina located on a large body of water that could eventually serve as an automatic water supply, but not in the immediate future. This marina is about 4,000 sqft and I would like to provide an OH2 pipe schedule system that would clearly be identified in the contract documents and drawings that the system is not connected to an automatic water supply and therefore is not considered to be in accordance with NFPA requirements until connected to an automatic water supply or other means is provided and found acceptable to the AHJ.
The end goal here is to install a system that eventually will be tied into an automatic water supply.
Any thoughts? Good...Bad...Indifferent?
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