November 12 - Life Safety Plans & BIM

  • November 12, 2014
  • 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Hotel - Westminster, CO


  • This is the rate for SFPE-RMC "Members" and "Chapter Friend Members" to attend this meeting.
  • This is the rate for attendees who are not members of SFPE-RMC. [Note that membership in the Chapter is only $25 for the year ($15 for SFPE organization members). If you plan to attend more than one Chapter meeting, Chapter Membership pays for itself quickly!]
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  • College-aged students who are currently enrolled in a Bachelors or Masters degree program, who are interested in the profession of Fire Protection Engineering.

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1996/BS/Fire Protection Engineering/University of Maryland

Job Title

Vice President, Director of Fire Protection Engineering


Mr. Daily and his team will provide an update on how this fire protection and life safety services group has implemented BIM as a support discipline at a large, multi-national A&E firm.  The larger impacts of BIM, such as contractual issues, will be reviewed.  The Leo A Daly team also will present several case studies on how life safety compliance can be demonstrated in BIM platforms such as Revit, using the platform’s advanced capabilities to keep up with design changes – as automatically as possible.  Other case studies will be presented to outline challenges with system designs in BIM. 

Mr. Daily has over 16 years of experience in code consultation for buildings constructed under the International Building Code, International Fire Code, and the Life Safety Code (NFPA 101). Mr. Daily leads a team of fire protection engineers that provide fire and life safety support to the balance of Leo A Daly architects and engineers, world-wide. This group provides all code analysis, reports and drawings, for national and international projects as well as systems design for fire suppression, fire detection, and alarm systems.  He also is a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) and is a registered fire protection engineer by way of passing the NCEES test in fire protection engineering.

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