MICHAEL B. STEVENS, P.E. – FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER

FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER

When you need to know the fire protection codes, please know with confidence that Michael Stevens is one of the best Safety Engineers around. Mike has over 15 years of experience with NASA and can provide you with formal interpretations of National Codes & Standards as they relate to various environments.

Michael B. Stevens is a Fire Protection Engineer. If you need code research or an excellent Fire Protection Engineer than call us to have Mike Stevens as the expert on your case. Mike has 18 years of experience as a Fire Protection Engineer, dealing with all phases of fire protection from conception to final acceptance testing and incident investigation. He determines Code Equivalencies, Provides Formal Interpretation of National Codes & Standards as they Relate to Various Environments. He also Reviews Plans for Code Compliance. He also can evaluate systems for their integrity & analyze systems failures.

Michael B. Stevens – Resume´ PDF

Michael B. Stevens – Resume´
MICHAEL B. STEVENS, P.E.

FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING

AREA OF EXPERTISE:

Fire Protection Engineering – 16 years of Experience as a Fire Protection Engineer, dealing with all phases of fire protection from conception to final acceptance testing and incident investigation.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Consultant to Fire Reconstruction Consultants, Inc

National Aeronautics Space Administration

Kennedy Space Center, Florida
February 1991 to Present

Fire Prevention Engineer/Authority Having Jurisdiction
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Management of the Kennedy Space Center Fire Protection Program
    including engineering, inspections, fire prevention and fire rescue services.
  • Authority Having Jurisdiction for all codes and standards relating
    to fire protection.
  • Determine code equivalencies
  • Establish fire protection policy
  • Lead for NASA Agency fire protection program
  • Provide formal interpretation of national codes and standards as
    they relate to KSC.
  • Developed NASA’s Safety Standard for Fire Protection

EG&G Florida

Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Base Operation Contractor
February 1987 -February 1991

Senior Fire Protection Engineer
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Perform design review reviews
  • Fire system mishap investigation.
  • Perform fire risk analyses for KSC Facilities.
  • Performed fire protection engineering evaluation of assigned
  • Reviewed and evaluated work packages for design, installation, and
    modification.
  • Performed final acceptance testing.

Mass Transit Administration

Baltimore Maryland
May 1984 – January 1987

Safety Intern
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Conducted inspection of bus and rail transit facilities.
  • Assisted in accident and fire investigations.
  • Reviewed plans for code compliance.
  • Performed inspection and tests of fire protection systems and
    equipment.

EDUCATION:

University of Maryland, B.S. Fire Protection Engineering, 1986
Sprinkler Protection for Metal Buildings, NFPA, 2002
Performance-Based Fire Alarm Design, NFPA, 2002
Life Safety Code, 2000
Space Shuttle Crash Investigation, 1999
OSHA General Industry Safety & Health, 1999
MORT-Based Mishap Investigation Refresher, 1995, 1999
Design for Reliability,1999

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND AWARDS:

Registered Professional Engineer – Florida, 1998 – Present
National Fire Protection Association – 1984- Present
Technical Committee Member NFPA 750 on Water Mist Fire Suppression  Systems – 1997- Present
Performance Awards for High Level Performance -1992 –2002
Certificate of Commendation -1996
Group Achievement Awards – 1996, 1997
On the spot awards – 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002
Time off Award – 1999, 2001, and 2002

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