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Licensing Requirements in Colorado

Thornton

Fire Alarm System Submittals:

  • The fire alarm submittal shall include battery calculations, sequence of operations, voltage drop calculations, a riser diagram, a symbol legend, and, if utilizing ceiling mounted strobes, the appropriate ceiling heights, as required in Chapter 1 of NFPA 72.
  • The plans, calculations, specifications, and other required information shall be reviewed and signed by a design professional certified as a NICET Level III or Level IV, as defined by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies, or a Professional Engineer.
  • Drawings need to be clear and understandable. Drawings should be of a fire alarm design only, not combination drawings using reflected ceiling plans, electrical, mechanical, etc.
  • Drawings shall be scaled.


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Denver

CITY and COUNTY OF DENVER COMMUNITY PLANNING and DEVELOPMENT AGENCY POLICY Number: 32-B080 4. Requirements and Limitations Shop drawings shall bear the seal and signature of a Professional Engineer licensed by the State of Colorado or NICET Level III, who is responsible for the design to be in compliance with City Ordinance.

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Broomfield

(F) Section 105.8 is amended by the addition of new subsections x.1, x.2, and x.3, to read as follows:

x.1. Fire extinguishing systems and equipment including standpipes. To install or modify fire extinguishing systems and equipment. Prior to permit issuance, plans are required to be submitted for review.

x.2. Fire alarm systems. To install or modify fire alarm systems. Prior to permit issuance, plans are required to be submitted for review.

x.3. Smoke control systems. To install or modify smoke control systems. Prior to permit issuance, plans are required to be submitted for review.

(G) A new Section 106 is added to read as follows:

Section 106--Plan Review.

106.1. Plans and Specifications. When plans are required to be submitted in accordance with Section 105.8, two sets of all plans, engineering calculations, diagrams and other data shall be submitted. All plan designs and calculations concerning an automated sprinkler system shall be prepared by an individual having a minimum rating of a NICET III. Engineers and architects submitting plans shall be licensed by the State of Colorado to practice in their respective professions.

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Westminster

Fire Alarm: Three sets of fire alarm drawings and two sets of cut sheet/product information. Drawings shall be stamped by a minimum NICET II designer for fire alarm systems. Drawings shall be clear and understandable. Additional information on specifics of required submittal information is available from the Fire Department with the handout entitled "Fire Alarm System Plan Review and Acceptance Requirements."

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