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"We look to Harrington Group's staff to provide us with reliable information for our projects, delivered in a timely manner. Their expertise has proved an invaluable benefit to our company, helping to circumvent potential problems and protecting our assets."

RICH O'NEILL

IDI

MANUFACTURING

"It is very reassuring to know that when emergencies arise and additional resources are needed that your expertise and assistance is only a phone call away."

JEFF COOPER

Michelin North America

FOOD PRODUCTION

"Champion and Nestle have been extremely pleased with personal attention to our projects… Harrington Group's commitment to excellence has met the standards and goals established for these projects.”

THE CHAMPION TEAM

Champion Partners

TECHNOLOGY

"If your goal is to insure the
protection of life and property, I can
think of no company more capable
and qualified than Harrington Group.”

ERIC E. PERESTUK

Director of Engineering, Turner Properties Inc.

AND MORE

"Your professional knowledge and integrity is impeccable. The commonsense and practical manner in which you have dealt with local building and fire officials has been very beneficial to the success of our projects."

J. Bruce, Macgregor, AIA

Macgregor Associates Architects

Fire Protection Engineering Solutions

Harrington Group, Inc. is an engineering design and consulting firm with offices in metro- Atlanta, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina. Our firm specializes in Fire Protection Engineering, Forensic Engineering, and Property Loss Control Consulting. Established in 1986, the firm has grown to become one of the largest and most experienced practices headquartered in the southeast region dedicated to these fire protection engineering specialties.

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Jeff Harrington Joins Fire Protection Research Foundation Project

We are excited to announce that Jeff Harrington, CEO and Founder of Harrington Group, Inc. has joined the technical panel for the Fire Protection Research Foundation’s research project concerning the use of gaseous suppression systems in high-airflow spaces. The goal of this research project is to explore the capabilities of gaseous suppression systems located within

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