• Fire Protection Engineer

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    At Page, we promise design that makes lives better. We’re actively seeking talented people to join an empowered employee environment. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Dubai, Houston, Mexico City, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Washington DC, Page provides architecture, engineering, interiors and consulting services on large, complex projects around the world. We credit the success of our projects that build communities to the global diversity of our people’s backgrounds and experiences. By following our core values in the delivery of our services, we’ve become – and remain – a vital and respected firm. We’re seeking highly creative, committed team members to help us deliver on our promise of making lives better through design. As our market sectors and services grow, we continuously add new opportunities. Will you join us? 



    • Design of fire alarm and fire suppression systems
    • Review and development of life safety plans
    • Life safety and building code consulting
    • Collaboration with a variety of engineering and architectural disciplines
    • Interface with local AHJs and building owner insurance representatives
    • Development of site fire protection features and fire department access plans
    • Analysis of smoke movement, means egress, and fire hazards
    • Communication with clients and writing technical reports


    • Bachelor’s of Science degree from an ABET accredited engineering program
    • Professional license 
    • Experience in fire suppression, fire alarm, and life safety review and design
    • Experience with Revit, AutoCad, and fire protection related computational programs
    • Knowledge of adopted building codes and governmental (DoD, VA, GSA) standards
    • Experience working with NFPA codes and standards
    • Proven track record of communication and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to obtain security clearance as required

    Capability to travel is preferred.




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