Mr. John Crompton, P.E. is a registered Fire Protection Engineer who received an M.S. in Fire Protection Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and has over 10 years of experience in fire protection design, analysis and code consulting. Projects include additions to, and renovations of, existing buildings, aircraft hangars, assembly buildings, correctional buildings, dormitories, healthcare facilities, high-rise buildings, hotels, laboratories, libraries, military bases, office buildings, power utilities, oil terminals, refineries, special use industrial facilities, theaters and warehouses.
Mr. Crompton has extensive experience with fire protection system design for the utility industry, including the design of automatic sprinkler, water mist, water spray, and clean agent systems, including Novec 1230, for utility hazards (e.g., transformers, substations, oil pump house). His responsibilities and expertise include emergency response planning and coordination, risk assessments and management, hazard evaluation & assessment (PHA, HAZOP, HAZID), code consultation, including third party reviews and fire protection narratives and fire protection design.