Before I ask the question locally I thought I would ask here first.
When I have a Fire Alarm project I normally get a Mechanical Engineer to
stamp/seal my design drawings.
I have a new Fire Alarm project that will need full submittals for local permit.
I don't have a NICET IV in order to stamp/seal the drawing for approval. However,
I do know someone that does have a NICET IV but primary water sprinklers.
Does anyone have an opinion if it is generally OK for them to sign/seal the electrical fire alarm drawings/plans??
I know it is a question for the local AHJ but just thought I would ask here before I embarrass myself locally.
Thanks for any input.
Discussion of all things related to fire alarms, including alarm systems, fire alarm collections, sirens, sprinklers, fire drills, evacuations, actual fires, building architecture, other kinds of safety drills like tornado and earthquake drills and such, etc.
1 post • Page 1 of 1