Fire Barrier Management & Inspection

Fire Barrier Management & Inspection

Accuracy & Reliability

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PREVENT specializes in fire barrier management and fire code compliance within healthcare environments.

Working with engineers, owners, facility and property managers – PREVENT understands the ongoing fire barrier management and inspection demands within a busy public facility. While keeping current with NFPA code changes and specialist knowledge, PREVENT performs the necessary inspections, maintenance and repairs to your fire-rated barriers.

Our staff consists of fire and life safety code experts, along with highly qualified and certified technicians who are well versed in both the complexities and the nuances of fire code compliance and fire barrier management.

We conduct comprehensive surveys, make the necessary repairs and – most importantly – provide you with the documentation needed to ensure that you pass your inspections while remaining fully compliant as mandated by law.


PREVENT works with all passive fire barrier systems: fire doors, firestopping, and fire dampers, as well as additional facility work as required (air duct cleaning, mechanical systems restoration, cable compliance, etc.)

Our Guarantee

You can be confident in our expertise, and in the execution of our work.

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