The Harrington Group

Warehouse Fire Hazards: Part 3 – Cold Storage Warehouses

Posted on Thursday, May 26th, 2016

In a three-part blog series over the last few months, we’ve been exploring the many fire hazards commonly present in warehouses beyond the obvious presence of high combustible loading from rack and palletized storage arrays. In case you missed it, in Part 1 of our Warehouse Fire Hazards blog series, we took a look at...read the full article

Introducing HGI’s Newest Fire Protection Consultant – Brandon Heim!

Posted on Thursday, May 19th, 2016

For Brandon Heim, the writing was on the wall from the beginning. After spending his childhood tinkering with cars in the family driveway and attending both a magnet middle school and a vocational tech high school for engineering, of course he became an engineer. Like a lot of engineers, Heim didn’t even know that fire...read the full article

Spring Cleaning and Fire Protection

Posted on Thursday, May 5th, 2016

If you haven’t gotten around to your spring cleaning yet, don’t worry—we’re not here to judge. What we are here to do is offer a gentle reminder to keep fire protection in mind when you’re cleaning, organizing, and preparing for the warmer months. We talk a lot about fire safety during the fall and winter,...read the full article

Harrington Group, Inc. Celebrates 30 Years in Fire Protection Engineering!

Posted on Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Patience is a virtue, and everything happens for a reason. Clichés, maybe, but Jeff Harrington has learned over the years to let things fall into place, which is precisely why Harrington Group, Inc. is celebrating its 30th anniversary this summer. “You can bring a horse to water but you can’t make him drink. It has...read the full article

Introducing Matt Isaacs, HGI’s Newest Fire Protection Engineer!

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

It all started with a middle school aptitude test. Matt Isaacs knew as a kid that math and science were his strengths, and somewhere around age 12, he took a test that advised him to consider a career in civil engineering. Inspired by that and a childhood of tinkering with and fixing his own bikes...read the full article