Anderson Fire Protection Inc. has the diverse capabilities and extensive experience to design, install, and service systems of all types, in every application. We are a certified minority-owned, woman-owned small business serving buildings of every type in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Southern Pennsylvania, and Northern Virginia. We design systems and perform installations in new construction or renovations of light commercial, mixed use, multi-family residential, and industrial properties. Whether you require wet systems or dry systems, deluge, or pre-action, we have the experience and knowledge to design, install, and service the right system for your property.
Our work brings us to nearly every corner of Maryland, Washington, D.C., Southern Pennsylvania, and Northern Virginia, including:
- Baltimore and the surrounding metropolitan area
- Suburban central Maryland, including Howard, Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, and Montgomery County.
- Washington, D.C and the surrounding metropolitan area
- Northern Virginia, including Arlington, Herndon, Ashburn, and Alexandria
- Southern Pennsylvania (York, Adams, Lancaster counties)
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Aspen Heights or 101 York Road is a 15-story student apartment building with two stories of underground parking located in Towson, Maryland. The system included a new wet/dry pipe system. Total project was just shy of 500,000 sqft.
Remy II is a luxury apartment complex located near the New Carrollton Metro Stations. The system is a combined automatic sprinkler and standpipe per NFPA 13 with fire pump. The project also includes interstitial sprinkler protection.
Port Covington E1 is a 162-unit mixed-use apartment community made up of commercial, residential, and retail space. This project is part of the first phase of the Baltimore Port Covington master development. The system is a new wet/dry sprinkler system. Project is 220,000 sqft. Project is a BIM/3D coordinated project.
UMB School of Nursing is an addition and renovation to the 155,000 square foot existing building. The project is a mixture of a renovation/fit out in the existing building while extending a wet pipe sprinkler system into a new multi-level addition.
Robert Coleman is a total gut renovation and addition to the existing two-story school. The project is a wet pipe system in Baltimore City with a fire pump. Project is a BIM/3D coordinated project.
WMATA is a Potomac Yard Metro Station which will be built on Metrorail’s Yellow and Blue Lines. The system is a mixture of wet and dry systems. The project includes over a ¼ mile of 6” galvanized schedule 40 to supply the hose valves on the train platform. Project consists of 3 separate buildings. Project is BIM/3D Coordinated.
Aberdeen Fire House is fire house renovation. The system is a new wet pipe sprinkler system which will be added to the existing system and new addition. Project included a training standpipe system as well as full seismic bracing/protection.
Riviera Beach Library is a new library which will feature dividable meeting room, children’s space, teen area, computer stations, and study areas. The system is a new wet sprinkler system.
Lexington Market is a project that involves partial demolition of the existing market and construction of a new two-story facility. The system is a new wet pipe system. Working heights of the building are over 50 feet above the finished floor. Project is a BIM/3D coordinated project.
Apartments 444 is a two-building project. One tower is an apartment building and the other is a hotel. Project is a combination of wet and dry systems. Project includes one fire pump supplying both buildings.
Tar Bay is a 250,000 sqft. warehouse building. AFP installed a 5 zone ESFR system into the warehouse. The deck height was 30 feet.