05 Jun TERPconsulting’s Bryan Douglass Awarded Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine ’40 Under 40′ Award
Bryan Douglass, principal fire protection engineer, has been recognized by Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine as a ’40 Under 40′ winner. Bryan holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Fire Protection Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He joined TERPconsulting as a principal in 2012 and currently manages the company’s headquarters in Las Vegas, NV.
The self-proclaimed “world’s fastest fire protection engineer” backs up this moniker with a proven track record that has led him to be an instrumental part of TERPconsulting’s growth. His expertise extends to new and existing clients in the categories of consulting and design services for complex high-rise, industrial, and hazardous materials facilities, and as a third-party inspector providing services for smoke control/removal systems and fire-resistant joint and penetration systems.
Though his main focus is on Nevada projects, he is a registered Fire Protection Engineer in seven states and has NCEES registration for expedited reciprocity in others. He’s proud to contribute to the industry and has served as Chapter President of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and as Code Committee Vice Chair for the Southern Nevada IFC.
Bryan is a true leader and takes his role as mentor very seriously, offering guidance and one-on-one mentoring to new team members. Additionally, he consistently receives rave reviews from clients who praise his attention to detail and commitment to solution-driven thinking.
TERPconsulting’s founder and principal fire protection engineer, Jim Begley, noted: “Bryan is an outstanding engineer who has grown into his leadership role of TERPconsulting’s largest office. Without him, the prodigious growth the company has undergone would not have been possible. I’m proud to call him my partner and friend as TERPconsulting continues to evolve and expand.”
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