Port Fire Protection – California Corp Gets Hydrant Order

Press Release
Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Fire Protection Group, Inc. picked for crucial San Pedro Harbor hydrant project

An ongoing fire protection systems project near the docks of San Pedro is making few headlines, as Fire Protection Group, Inc. have made it their top priority to ensure code compliance and safety, and at the same time put Los Angeles's fire authorities at ease. 

Installation can mean inconvenience and unwanted expense for a business when repairs or installation must be performed in a location where important commercial transport goes on. In this case, however, the movement of traffic to San Pedro Harbor not only for pedestrians and autos, but also, passengers' access to the ferries has not been impeded say the company.

Fire Protection Group, Inc. is expert on regulation #4, NFPA, and Title 19-related issues, as well as fire sprinkler systems. Their testing facility is uniquely equipped and able to offer inspections on all its systems. 

The company says their business is consistently expanding to communities all over California including San Bernardino and Riverside Counties in addition to the Los Angeles and Orange County area.

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