Partner Opportunity

The Construction Fire Safety Coalition is open to any interested persons or organizations that wish to help reduce the frequency and severity of construction fires. There is no financial commitment associated with becoming a partner.

Coalition partners will be asked to align on best construction site fire prevention practices and agree to promote awareness of the coalition. Further, we hope all coalition partners will offer available educational materials and programs to their audiences to help achieve these goals.

Charter Members

American Wood Council

Davidson Code Concepts, LLC

Fireforceone - Chief Ron Coleman

International Code Council

National Fire Sprinkler Association

National Association of Home Builders


American Fork Fire Department, UT

APA - The Engineered Wood Association

Automatic Fire Alarm Association

Borough of Atlantic Highlands, NJ

City of Norfolk, VA

City of North Las Vegas, NV

City of Rockville, MD

City of Tifton, GA

Department of Professional Licensure, Office of Public Safety & Inspections, MA

East Hartford Department of Inspections and Permits

Fire Prevention Association of Massachusetts

Hagerstown Fire Department, MD

The Hanover Company


Interwest Group Inc.


Lawrence Township, NJ

Lendlease (US) Construction, LMB Inc.

Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office

Municipal Code Consulting, LLC

National Association of State Fire Marshals

North Carolina Office of State Fire Marshal

Northwest Code Professionals

Poudre Fire Authority, CO

Shambaugh & Son

South King Fire and Rescue, WA

South Middleton Township, PA

Texas Fire Marshals Association

Town of Addison, Texas

Chris Towski, Cambridge Fire Department

Westmont FPB, IL

World Safety Organization - Qatar Chapter


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This website was developed as a cooperative effort of an industry‚Äč-based Stakeholders Group and Fireforceone. The original research was based on search for management practices that could be utilized to “Reduce Fires in Buildings Under Construction”. The primary target audiences are those involved in the construction of large-area, multi-family housing.

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