Adam Krylo, AET

Adam Krylo, AET

fire protection consultant

In his role as a fire protection consultant, Adam’s primary focus is the commissioning and integrated testing of fire protection and life safety systems. During his 15-year career in the fire protection industry, he has also amassed extensive experience writing and executing test plans, performing testing scenarios for smoke control systems, and inspections and testing for fire-resistant penetrations and joints. Adam has also prepared fire protection reports and egress plans and performed general building and life safety code consulting.

Adam is part of TERPconsulting’s Las Vegas team that is certified by the Clark County Building Department (CCBD), which oversees the review and inspection of construction projects that require permitting on the famed Las Vegas Strip, for smoke control inspections and testing. CCBD certification includes testing on all new systems as well as annual inspections.

A few of Adam’s career highlights include MQAA testing of the Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall Expansion, smoke control testing at both the Wynn and Encore Las Vegas properties as well as Fashion Show mall, and preparing master egress plans for Circa Resort & Casino and the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Adam joined TERPconsulting in 2014 as a fire protection designer. In this capacity, he prepared master egress plans and conceptual fire protection drawings. Prior to TERP, Adam was a fire protection drafter in the Fire Protection Group of JBA Consulting Engineers (now NV5). While in the Fire Protection Group, Adam prepared smoke control diagrams, and master egress plans, and assisted with third-party smoke control system special inspection testing. Adam began his engineering career at JBA in 2007, performing mechanical drafting, which included preparing smoke control drawings.

Adam is an alternate to NFPA 3 and 4 — Commissioning and Integrated Testing and NFPA 915 — Remote Inspections. Additionally, he is NICET-certified in Level II Fire Alarm Systems and a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE).

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