Randy Day, PE
fire protection engineer
Armed with a wide range of experience developing solutions for fire protection and life safety issues, Randy is responsible for lead technical tasks and quality control, plan review, developing alternative means and methods, and project proposals in his capacity as fire protection engineer at TERPconsulting.
While honing his specialties of code consulting, plan review, and firestop inspections, Randy has worked on top-tier projects that have included the modernization of Denver International Airport, Denver Fire Department plan review, Denver Federal Center tenant improvements, Amacon Block 176 Residential High Rise, Granite Tower Cooling Tower replacement, CloudKitchens Denver, SCL Health Lutheran Medical Center Replacement Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Colorado tenant improvements.
Before joining TERPconsulting in 2019, Randy worked for Bechtel Corporation on Hanford Tank Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant projects in Richland, WA for four years. Scopes of projects completed include the preparation of design documentation, including revisions to specifications, subcontractor submittals, code interpretations and equivalencies, and fire barrier drawings. He also performed fire hazards analysis and fire modeling calculations incorporating various industrial facilities and multi-disciplinary needs. As well, he acted as an independent construction site inspection authority, surveying sprinkler systems, wall assemblies, and penetration sealant installations, and completed pneumatic and hydrostatic testing on wet, dry, and preaction sprinkler systems and underground piping.
Randy is a licensed fire protection engineer (PE) in Colorado and Washington. As well, he is a certified IFC Third-Party Firestop Inspector and certified as a Fire Resistive Joint and Penetrations (Firestop) Special Inspector for the city and county of Denver. Randy is secretary of the 2023-2024 Board of Directors for the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) Rocky Mountain Chapter. Additionally, he serves as an alternate member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 200 — Standard for Hanging and Bracing of Fire Suppression Systems and is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fire Alarm Association. Randy has both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in fire protection engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.
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