Commercial

Our Commercial Division has grown dramatically since our beginning in 1992, and is capable of handling any new construction project, regardless of size.  The job will be managed from start to finish by a professional project manager who will monitor the design and can accommodate any necessary modifications.  Our superintendent will manage the specific man power, scheduling and deliveries until the final installation is complete.  

We understand the needs of our clients because we have listened to your concerns in the past and will continue to listen.  At the conclusion of your project, we will conduct a job close-out survey to get specific feedback to improve our level of customer service. Contact us if you have any questions or need further assistance.  We look forward to working with you on your next commercial project.   


Design

Advantage Fire Sprinkler has an experienced in-house design team.  This group works tirelessly to ensure that they take all design variables into account for each project they are assigned in order to provide the best fire sprinkler solution for our customers.  Our team of designers work closely with our customers and the appropriate fire officials to ensure the design meets our customer's objectives, insurance requirements, and the latest national, state and local fire codes and specifications.  

We have 10 designers on staff utilizing AutoCAD, Revit, Navisworks and Hydracad in the design process. Advantage Fire Sprinkler will generate a complete set of design documents in a timely manner, of the Fire Suppression Systems including, but not limited to, all risers, main and branch piping, (including heads), pumps, controllers, ATS, and equipment installed in the Fire Suppression System scope of work.  Advantage Fire Sprinkler is a strong proponent of the 3D / BIM design process.  The construction industry is constantly being challenged to deliver successful projects in an increasingly shorter time frame.  The BIM process provides for the virtual construction of a facility prior to its actual physical construction.  This process reduces uncertainty, provides a pathway to more efficient construction, and gives the owner more extensive information at the completion of the project.