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Community Infrastructure & Engineering Support

Community Infrastructure and Engineering Support programs will assist communities in designing and planning fire-related infrastructure, including water systems and hydrants. They will identify what individual communities need and put appropriate people in place to design and build the necessary infrastructure.

There are 11 Community Infrastructure & Engineering Services programs currently in development with the NIFSC Project.

1. National Incident Response Systemt

Data management system to support community collection of fire incidents and management of fire service infrastructure

2. Fire Protection Research Services

Research service requested by communities or leadership on fire safety, mitigation, infrastructure protection, or emerging safety issues

3. Plans Examination Services

Plan examination services required by communities developing new capital infrastructure

4. Plans Examination Training

Plan examiner accredited training

5.Capital Infrastructure Management Support

Support service to assist in tracking, planning, and acquisition of fire service capital assets (buildings, apparatus, major equipment)

6. Fire Station Design Services

Support service for fire station capital infrastructure acquisition or station renovations

7. Water Infrastructure Engineering Services

Engineering services to support community water infrastructure and fire protection systems

8. Hydrant Infrastructure Services

Hydrant maintenance services

9. Community Fire Protection Planning Services

Support service for assisting in the planning, development, or enhancement of fire protection

10. Fixed Systems and Sprinkler Protection Support Services

Support service for assisting in the planning, development, enhancement, or maintenance of fixed suppression systems and sprinkler protection

11. Emergency Services Communication Support Services

Support service for assisting in the planning, development, enhancement, or maintenance of emergency services communications infrastructure