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Fire Protection and Life Safety Engineering in Asset Management

Kelly Kidwell, PE is a Fire Protection Engineer at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC where she applies her years of experience in design to support life and safety for the built environment. Mike Petrusky asks Kelly to share how she works with members of the design team, project managers, and clients to determine the … Continue reading "Fire Protection and Life Safety Engineering in Asset Management"

Fire Protection and Life Safety Engineering in Asset Management

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Kelly Kidwell, PE is a Fire Protection Engineer at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC where she applies her years of experience in design to support life and safety for the built environment. Mike Petrusky asks Kelly to share how she works with members of the design team, project managers, and clients to determine the appropriate level of fire protection for buildings and structures according to the relevant codes and present hazards. Mike and Kelly offer some inspiration and practical advice to help you become an Asset Champion in your organization! [blog_cta id=’73a5b9cb-246f-49a2-9e4d-2ea66693d56a’]

Connect with Kelly on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellymkidwell/ Learn more about the Smithsonian’s Office of Safety, Health and Environmental Management: https://www.sifacilities.si.edu/oshem Connect with Mike on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikepetrusky/

Learn more about the iOFFICE Asset Division and explore more interviews at: https://www.assetchampion.com/

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As the host of both the Workplace Innovator Podcast and the Asset Champion Podcast, Mike's role at Eptura is to share thought leadership with CRE, FM, and IT leaders in the digital and hybrid workplace. As an in-demand public speaker, Mike engages audiences with his focus on the human element of workplace and facility management at International Facility Management Association, CoreNet, and other industry events.

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