We light and power your way. No one wants to be in the dark and JDRM creates solutions to light your way. Since 1995 we have designed illumination for virtually every type of space from specialized health care procedure rooms to classrooms, production facilities – even utility tunnels. Our electrical design services do not end at the light switch. There is a world of expertise here in power distribution, alternative energy design, and electrical safe work practices supporting all.
Steve Wheeler, RCDD, will be the instructor for FIT Level 1 Training on January 16, 2018 at Ohio/Michigan NECA, Rossford, Ohio. (Download brochure here) This basic competency course is a 3-4 hour, in-service training and includes an exam. FIT Level 1 Training is excellent for designers, installers, code compliance officers and anyone seeking a basic understanding of firestopping. Firestop is widely recognized as a problematic issue for facilities engineering professionals. It is perhaps the most misapplied and misunderstood segment on Life-Safety in modern construction, especially with the constant changes made for voice and data cabling. This comprehensive, competency-based course is designed to educate and train participants in the fundamentals needed to become a resident firestop specialist. The goal is to equip the participant with the knowledge and tools needed to return home as an accredited trainer, and to serve as a resident inspector in confirming whether or not firestop installations are code compliant.
Roger D. DeBelly, P.E., RCDD
David A. Desjardins, P.E., LEED AP
Chad A. Greiner, CTS-D, LC
Andy T. Juette, E.I., LEED AP
Lawrence T. Juette, P.E.
Robert L. Kalb, P.E.
Darren T. Keil, P.E.
Christopher P. Lockett, E.I.
Ask David A.Desjardins, P.E., LEED AP