Jensen Hughes Middle East Newsletter Q4

Fire experts from Europe, the Middle East, and North America were invited to share international fire engineering and system information and explore business cooperation opportunities.


Over 100 experts from more than 25 firms worldwide gathered in November to discuss fire engineering and systems at the Courtyard Marriott Seoul Namdaemun Hotel. Pedro Armijo, Director of the Middle East project team, presented on the Middle East construction process, the scope of High Commission for Industrial Security (HCIS) Fire Protection Consultant work in KSA, and industrial capabilities and project experience. He also spoke about firefighting engineering consulting in the Middle East, focusing on the developments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as local regulations and requirements. The seminar offered additional discussions on fire risk assessments, NFPA 850, industrial fire protection and process safety, U.S. design and construction

processes, fire protection integration within design and construction processes, fire protection design in the U.S. versus South Korea, and safety services for cost- effective, timely builds. During the event, Jensen Hughes teams spent time meeting clients and running Q&A sessions to ensure that Jensen Hughes addressed all concerns about ongoing projects and potential opportunities. The Middle East and South Korean teams also had an opportunity to meet to discuss the differences between the two regions, the potential for collaboration and the specifics of the local context.

Pedro Armijo with the Colleagues before the Event

Pedro Armijo During his Presentation

Juha-Pekka Laaksonen, Pedro Armijo and Christopher Unangst

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