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JUN-JUL 2014

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HANGAR CONSTRUCTION June/July 2014 airportbusiness 33 of the design phase. This driving document should clearly show the concepts, ideas, deci- sions, codes, regulations and standards required to meet the owner's project requirements. It is in the design phase that fire protection/life safety system drawings should be reviewed, commissioning procedures outlined and sched- uled, and all documents verified to ensure that they comply with the BOD. It is in the construction phase that all sys- tems are delivered, installed and tested. During this process the commissioning team should closely monitor the construction process as they will be responsible for maintaining the com- missioning schedule, ensuring all materials and their installation are in accordance with the BOD, confirm that all work is being conducted by properly licensed and qualified professionals, perform all testing and inspections, and docu- ment all actions and any issues. The final action of the commissioning team in this phase is final acceptance testing and turning over all close-out documents to the facility owner. The occupancy phase is the final stage of the commissioning process. It is at this point that loose ends should be tied up, final inspections conducted (and passed), test and inspection reports completed, and system maintenance and product manuals turned over to the building owner. It is important that the owner and other related person- nel be adequately trained on the functions, operation and maintenance proce- dures of the system. Every effort should be made to ensure that this training is complete and high quality, as education is a key component in continued effectiveness of any fire protection or life safety system. www.aviationpros.com/10017751 Aaron Johnson has been in the fre protecton and life safety industry for nearly 10 years. He began his career as a frefghter then transitoned to fre preventon. He currently serves as fre marshal for a Fortune 100 aircraf manufacturing corporaton. He also blogs about fre protecton and life safety issues at www.TheCodeCoach.com. Aaron Johnson ABOUT THE AUTHOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Advertser ............................. Page # Astronics DME ............................................. 12 Daimler Vans USA, LLC ................................ 8-9 Ford Commercial Truck ............................... 2-3 Garsite .......................................... 11,13,15,17 Lektro .......................................................... 32 Nissan NV Passenger Van ............................ 36 Rampmaster ................................................ 29 Schweiss ...................................................... 33 VP Buildings ................................................. 23 AD INDEX Reed - Joseph International Company Frighten Birds From Active Runways With The Scare-Away System 8 Ê Ê BIRD AND WILDLIFE CONTROL 800.647.5554 reedjoseph.com SURVIVAL PRODUCTS INC. servicing/sales of aviation/marine life rafts, vests, slides since 1974, manufacturers newly designed emer- gency inflatable four to six man life raft for private aircraft/plea- sure boats; WORLD'S LIGHTEST WEIGHT (only 12 lbs.); WORLD'S SMALLEST PACKAGE (only 4" x 12" x 14"); WORLD'S LEAST EXPENSIVE price (only $1,370). 9 to 13 man, 18 pounds; valise 5" x 12" x 14"; $1,785) NEW!!! FAA TSO Approved Life Rafts. (Type I, II). BUY/RENT. SURVIVAL PRODUCTS, INC., 5614 S.W. 25 STREET, HOLLYWOOD, FL 33023. 954-966-7329, Fax: 954-966-3584 website: www.survivalproductsinc.com email: sales@survivalproductsinc.com. Emergency Life Raft $1,370.00 (4-6 man, only 12 lbs.) TSO'd & Non TSO'd Made in the USA When you advertise in Airport Business... Contact Mike Ringstad for more info: 800.547.7377 ext. 1307 • Mike.Ringstad@cygnus.com airb_30-33_HangarConstruction.indd 33 6/16/14 4:44 PM

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