VeriDAS Technologies installed fire code compliant Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS) inside 2 new warehouses near Columbus, Ohio. The warehouses, totaling 850,000 square feet, are part of a newly constructed industrial park in Franklin County, Ohio. VeriDAS was selected to design, install and certify the code-required in-building first responder signal booster systems to extend, amplify and optimize the AHJ's public safety radio system frequencies inside the expansive industrial facilities.
VeriDAS Technologies conducted RF (radio frequency) Signal Coverage Compliance Testing to determine if the newly constructed warehouses near Columbus, Ohio needed Public Safety Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) [also called an Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS)] installed to enable first responders’ radios to operate inside the expansive facilities. VeriDAS worked closely with the AHJ and public safety radio system administrator to design a signal amplification solution that would meet Fire Code requirements, the developer’s construction timeline and tenants’ opening deadlines. Thanks to impressive coordination and support from the City and County, VeriDAS was able to quickly design, install, certify and secure AHJ approval on the life safety systems. The developer was able to complete construction and turnover the buildings without delay.
The 2 new warehouses near Columbus, Ohio required code-compliant Public Safety Distributed Antenna Systems [also called an Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS)] in order to comply with Fire Code. VeriDAS was selected for the project that included:
VeriDAS worked with the developer of the 2 new warehouses near Columbus, Ohio to install Fire Code compliant Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS) in the new industrial facilities totaling 850,000 square foot. The ERRCS/ Public Safety DAS systems successfully met all technical, regulatory and project requirements:
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