FSCI is a leader in fire safety plan review, building review, and consulting services for municipalities around the country. Each quarter, our team of experts writes new articles to help you understand the code books, highlight best practices, and shed insight into new products.
Fall 2017 Edition: We have some exciting news that we would like to share with you! Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. (FSCI) has been acquired by Paramedic Services of Illinois (PSI) as of September 16th, 2017. FSCI will continue to operate as an independent division, and our working principles will remain the same as part of the PSI group of companies.
Summer 2017 Edition: FSCI continues to expand our third party municipal plan review services with new municipal clients. FSCI now has municipal clients in nine states, and has received interest from state and municipal agencies in two additional states.
Spring 2017 Edition: In the past two years, FSCI’s client base grew by over 15% and we struggled to meet our time commitments on projects. At first, the delays were confined to peak times, but as our work increased the delays became more prevalent. Our team members worked diligently to minimize the plan review process delays without affecting the quality of our work. We strive to add great people to our FSCI team, so as part of our strategic planning process, we began to search for new team members in late 2016. As a result, we hired additional staff to enhance our work process. Be sure to review the President’s Message to read more.
Winter 2017 Edition: On behalf of our team, Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. (FSCI), we would like to thank you, our clients and customers, for a great 2016. Whether you joined us as a new client or continue as a long-term customer, FSCI is committed to providing you with the best customer service, from promptly responding to code questions to tackling challenging consulting projects. Be sure to review the President’s Message to read more.
Fall 2016 Edition: The very busy year has continued at Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. Through September of 2016 we have experienced the busiest 9 month plan review period in FSCI history, and we continue to increase our client base. Thanks to you, our clients and customers, Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. continues to expand to 8 additional states. We continue to work hard, and we are even more committed to providing the highest quality services in a timely and efficient manner. Be sure to review the President’s Message to read more.
Summer 2016 Edition: Thank you to all FSCI’s loyal clients and customers for your patience and understanding! When we started the year, we planned for growth. Our first quarter was the second busiest in the 33 year history of FSCI, and the busy pace has continued through the summer. Thank you to our clients and customers for relying on FSCI to perform your key plan reviews, inspections, and consulting projects. Be sure to review the President’s Message to read more.
Spring 2016 Edition: As many of you may already know, Fire Safety Consultants founder Jimbo Schifiliti officially retired this past October marking the end to an illustrious career that spanned over four decades. Despite his retirement, Jimbo intends to stay connected to the fire protection community. Be sure to review the President’s Message to read more.
Winter 2016 Edition: 2016 will be a notable year for FSCI as we celebrate James “Jimbo” Schifiliti in his recent announcement of retirement. Check out the feature article on what can third-party services do for you? Be sure to review page 4 to uncover technical insights to codes.
Fall 2015 Edition: FSCI is hard at work training and developing staff, seminars and services to take care of our municipal clients around the country. Check out the feature article on what makes for a perfect building plan submittal. Be sure to review page 4 to uncover technical insights to codes.
Summer 2015 Edition: Learn more about FSCI’s growing number of clients and staff achievements. Read insights from Fred Hoegler, VP of Fire Protection Review and Field Service to ensure a quality third-party plan review submittal. Be sure to review page 4 to uncover technical insights to codes such as NFPA 72, 13 and 13D.
Winter 2014-15 Edition: In this issue read about the Year In Review by Keith Frangiamore, gain technical insights on how to reduce nuisance smoke alarm activations by Warren Olsen, get to know Matt Davis, learn about our current seminars and inquire about a job opening in our Michigan office.