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SDG, LLC has been awarded a Fire and Life Safety Master Plan project by Montgomery Chemical in Philadelphia

March 10th, 2012

SDG, LLC has been awarded a Fire and Life Safety Master Plan project by Montgomery Chemical in Philadelphia, PA. This project will encompass a complete facility evaluation for the evaluation and upgrade of fire and life safety systems that currently exist. Deliverables will include a Hazardous Material Audit along with due diligence reports for recommended revisions to current storage and process configurations along with water supply requirements for both city and site utilities. “This project will not only require open collaboration between SDG and the client but an open line of communication with the local jurisdiction as well” noted Steven Scandaliato, the project principal. Projected start date is April 2012.

Chevron USA has awarded SDG, LLC the Loading Rack Fire Suppression System Upgrade project

February 12th, 2012

Chevron USA has awarded SDG, LLC. of Tucson, Arizona the Loading Rack Fire Suppression System Upgrade project located at the Port Everglades Terminal in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This project includes the development of the RFP package and contract administration for the fire protection upgrade to two existing fuel loading racks. The scope involves demolition along with revisions to existing fire suppression and detection systems. New system design includes upgrades to new flame detection systems along with dry chemical and water-based foam systems. SDG will be the prime consultant for the project. Projected completion is July 2012.

Chevron USA has awarded SDG the East Tank Farm Upgrade Project

July 12th, 2011

Chevron USA has awarded SDG, LLC. of Tucson, Arizona the East Tank Farm Upgrade project located at the Port Everglades Terminal in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This project includes the development of the RFP package and contract administration for the fire protection upgrade to five of the existing fifteen fuel storage tanks. The scope involves demolition along with revisions to existing fire protection foam chamber systems. SDG will be the prime consultant for the project. Projected completion is January 2012.