Design

Boyer Fire Protection will work with the client and your design team in the early phase of conceptual drawings, to provide solutions and recommendations for the right type of fire protection system, budget and scheduling.  Fire Sprinkler Systems are unique to each project. They are designed specifically for the type of building you are constructing.  Within our Preconstruction services, we act as a value-added member of the design team, enhancing the design segment of the job by providing pricing information and marrying the budget to the actual design.

Boyer Fire Protection can assist you with the following:

  • Estimating
  • Waterflow Information
  • Scope Development
  • Permitting
  • Preliminary Layout

We understand how to complete projects to specific requirements. We understand that timeliness and quality are important considerations in fire sprinkler installation. We understand client’s needs, building requirements and how both must be the focus.

Boyer Fire Protection is licensed in:

  • State of Illinois
  • Registered in the State of Missouri
    – St. Louis County
    – City of St. Louis
    – Jefferson County

Our Design Team is NICET Certified.  We utilize AutoCAD, Hydratec, and we are BIM capable.  We have participated in a number of LEED projects, although at this time there are very few requirements for the fire sprinkler industry.

Boyer Fire Protection has designed and installed fire sprinkler systems in some of the most prestigious and recognizable buildings in the St. Louis / Illinois Metropolitan Area.

Boyer Fire Protection’s extensive list of projects includes:

  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Facilities
  • Popular Retail Outlets
  • Nursing Homes / Assisted Living
  • Factories
  • Power Plants
  • Chemical Plants
  • Industrial
  • Condominiums
  • Government / Municipal  Facilities
  • Restaurants
  • Fire Departments
  • Waste Water Treatment Plants
  • Public Transportation
  • Airports
  • Sports Facilities
  • Financial intuitions
  • Office Buildings
  • Car Dealerships
  • Religious Facilities
  • Museums
  • Training Facilities