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Plumbing & Fire Fighting Design Engineer


  1. Design and Execution of Plumbing and Fire Fighting System

  2. Design of Plumbing system including Drainage, Vent and Water Supply system as per project specifications and client/consultant requirements.

  3. Design Automatic Fire Sprinkler System, Standpipe (Fire Hose Reel) System for residential and commercial high rise building and Large Warehouses storage and maintenance facilities

  4. Create design / shop drawings for Plumbing and Fire Fighting System

  5. Create MEP Composite / Coordination drawings in AutoCAD

  6. Perform Fire Fighting hydraulic calculations and Plumbing calculations

  7. Design and calculation of Seismic Bracing system

  8. Quantity take-off and preparing Bill of Quantities

  9. Estimation Plumbing and Fire Fighting works

  10. Through knowledge of following codes : NFPA 13, NFPA 14, NFPA 10 & NFPA 20, NSPC, UPC and IPC

  11. Design of US Military projects / Warehouses. Knowledge of UFC Codes and regulations.

Design of Fire Fighting System

Planning for fire protection involves an integrated approach in which system designers need to analyze building components as a total package. In most cases, the analysis needs to go beyond basic code compliance and the owner’s minimum legal responsibilities for providing protection.

Code compliance is the first objective in any design. Codes are legal minimum requirements; you have to meet the minimum with any design.

While no standard fire-protection design blueprint exists for any two buildings, the systems found in any building typically include these basic components: Detection System, Alarm & Notification System and Fire Suppression System.

Design of Plumbing System

An efficient plumbing system starts with a design that saves water and energy resources. A good design incorporates short runs between plumbing fixtures and uses state-of-the art materials. A plumbing design must include two systems: the system that supplies water and the system that gets rid of waste. Before you begin designing a house for plumbing, drain, waste and vent systems, you must follow local building codes to ensure design compliance.

A Plumbing designer should know the basic plumbing principles and standards of plumbing materials. Avoid any plumbing plans that requires the plumber to weaken the building structure.

MEP Composite Drawings


Coordination (sometimes called Composite) is critical to the success of any commercial or institutional building project today. Coordination in construction once referred to simply avoiding physical conflicts in the layout of equipment in spaces and the routing of duct, piping, and raceway systems through buildings. The risk of interference problems is highest on building projects that have intense mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) requirements. Production risks are compounded, as schedules become more intense. Eliminating coordination problems can be characterized as a prerequisite to the start of construction work on intense projects with dense MEP system requirements.    

Hydraulic Calculation for Fire Fighting


Hydraulic calculations are a very important step when designing fire protection systems, since they ensure the flow rate established through the piping network will be enough to control fires effectively. Calculation procedures are established in model codes: automatic sprinkler systems are subject to NFPA 13 (National Fire Protection Association) in the USA, while the the international standard is EN 12845.

In simple terms, the hydraulic calculation procedure verifies three basic elements of a fire suppression system:

  1. Water delivery requirements for suppression of a possible fire

  2. Available water supply

  3. The piping network and its associated friction losses

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