Coffman’s Bay Area office is pleased to announce the growth of our fire protection engineering services and welcomes senior fire protection engineer, Brian Salyers, PE. Brian joins a team a fire protection engineers in the Bay Area and throughout California offering clients complete fire protection engineering consulting services. Companywide growth of our fire protection engineering services has also included forward-thinking solutions like smoke control modeling, smoke control inspection, mass timber consulting, and pedestrian simulation modeling for COVID-19.

The Bay Area fire protection engineering team includes six professionals supporting projects across a variety of industries including housing, hospitality, education, military, commercial, and retail. They are also supported by Coffman’s network of fire protection engineering professionals across California and the company offering clients industry-leading support.

Brian is a welcome addition to the team with his client-focused approach to project solutions. He has demonstrated his skills through the management of a wide array of projects, ranging from historic adaptive reuse, housing, hospitality, civic, to tech office campuses. His solutions and analysis of projects include options that meet stringent fire codes while accommodating client and project goals.

Fire protection engineering projects on the board:

  • UC Hastings Student Housing, 198 McAllister St, San Francisco, CA
  • Travis AFB Hangar B811, Fairfield, CA
  • High-rise Renovation for Coworking Spaces, 152 N 3rd St, San Jose, CA

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Senior Fire Protection Engineer in Coffman Engineers'Bay Area Office


About Coffman’s Bay Area Office
Coffman’s roots in the Bay Area run deep. Several of the staff – including founder Dave Coffman – received their educations from Bay Area institutions. The office has steadily expanded its support for San Francisco and Northern California clients providing multidiscipline engineering solutions including civil, structural, fire protection, and establishing Coffman’s acoustical engineering practice.