As an architectural specialties contractor our focus is in consultative sales, pre-construction solutions, professional installation, and on-going service of fire and life safety solutions. Our experienced team is well-versed in the requirements for smoke and fire protection outlined in both the California, Nevada and International Building Codes, as well as the code-compliant solutions available to meet these requirements. View our product offerings:
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Assessing Passive Smoke Management Systems
The options are plentiful when it comes to configuring a passive smoke management system. Therefore it is imperative to comprehensively evaluate the entire system to ensure compliance of smoke protection required by building codes. When assessing your passive smoke control system, be sure to che..
Passive Smoke Barriers: Smoke Rated Curtains
Fire and smoke rated curtains are being used to protect openings into atrium spaces for surrounding floors. Automatically deployed flexible fabric curtains can provide vertical barriers at the atrium edges. Historically, they have been used in conjunction with smoke exhaust systems, or in some..
Custom Smoke and Fire Doors: The STACK
Unlike a traditional garage-style door, the STACK requires no overhead track. Instead, it folds upon itself, making it extra quiet and easy to use. The STACK door can accommodate openings up to 16 feet wide and 12 feet high. The STACK doors are constructed using 1.6” thick aluminum ..
Custom Smoke and Fire Doors: The RISE
When it comes to fire and smoke safety, balancing design and efficiency can be challenging. Luckily the RISE door from SGCA Doors can span openings up to 50 feet wide and 20 feet high while offering a variety of cladding options to blend into any design. The RISE door is a single leaf v..
Substitutes to the Classic Fire Door: Hospitals
Classic fire doors can be found around stairwells and elevator shafts in most buildings to restrict the flow of smoke and fire in the case of an emergency. While this door can be quite effective when unobstructed and deployed properly, fire and smoke containment systems are a little more complex..