Heritage Protection Group - Fire Safety Network
6 Brookside Drive
Middlebury, Vermont 5753
Best Time to Reach: 
M-F 8:00a.m - 4:00 p.m ET
Best Way to Reach: 
telephone or e-mail
Professional Fire Protection Engineer
Statement of Work: 
Consulting fire protection engineering group that specializes in historic buildings, museums, libraries and collections. Experience with cultural property organizations throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland and Bermuda. Client projects have varied from historic bed and breakfast structures to large national museums in rural and urban settings. A principal member of National Fire Protection Association Cultural Resources Committee which produces NFPA 909 Standard for Fire Protection for Cultural Properties and NFPA 914 Code for Fire Protection in Historic Structures. Services include fire and life safety hazard risk analysis and mitigation programs, guidance for improving fire resistance of historic fabric, fire detection and suppression option appraisals and engineering services, fire protection master planning, technical liaison with fire and building officials, and fire related emergency response planning. Our specialty includes selecting and designing fire protection systems that comply with preservation standards and minimize aesthetic impact and harm to historic fabric.
Client List: 
Teresa McIntosh, Manager Strategic Initiatives and Exhibitions, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario 613-995-4471. Guy Larocque PE, Manager - Property Management and Engineering, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 819-776-7175 Tricia Harper, Architect Vermont Agency of Buildings and General Services, Montpelier, Vermont 802-828-5646 Alton Malcolm, Director of Protection Services, New York State Bureau of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Cohoes, New York 518-237-8643. Steve Peterson, Chief Historic Architect, United States National Park Service, Anchorage Alaska 907-644-3475
Collections Management: 
Security: Life Safety, Fire Protection