Savannah River Site Fire Protection engineers work in the community

Members of the Savannah River Tritium Enterprise's Fire Protection department have taken their expertise out into the local community, joining with other members of the local Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) to install a new sprinkler system in the sleeping quarters of a local fire station.

The Silver Bluff Volunteer Fire Department station in rural Aiken County, S.C., was destroyed by a tornado in 2009. One of the last steps in the long rebuilding effort was to design and install a new fire protection sprinkler system in the area where on-call firefighters sleep. The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) chapter of SFPE adopted the project as one of their volunteer activities, and spent two Saturdays installing the new equipment.

The Silver Bluff Volunteer Fire Department is a 100 percent volunteer department that serves 4,000 people. The CSRA Chapter of SFPE includes fire protection engineers from the Savannah River Site contractors Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and Savannah River Remediation, as well as other engineering firms from the local area.

About the photo:
Don Shelley and Eric Johnson, both of SRNS Savannah River Tritium  Enterprise, install a sprinkler system at the Silver Bluff Fire Station. Johnson is incoming president of the CSRA Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers.

 Savannah River Site Fire Protection engineers work in the community

Sep 6, 2013 at 9:00 am