The Boston Chapter of the NFSA is made up of individuals and professional organizations that are committed to promoting the fire sprinkler concept in the Boston metropolitan area. NFSA works closely with local tradespeople, fire officials, and lawmakers to advance the fire sprinkler concept in New England.

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Boston Chapter Officials

ChairSteve Cook, J.C. Cannistraro
Vice-ChairAlan Mount, Johnson Controls/Tyco
TreasurerAlec Cambio, Long Island Pipe Supply
SecretaryPamela Turner, Johnson Controls/Tyco

The NFSA Boston Chapter had hoped to conduct a modified golf outing in October in lieu of our already cancelled Chapter Tournament, specifically thinking it could still be a good social event, an opportunity to get the membership together for a little normalcy. As the date grows closer, we have come to the difficult conclusion that cancelling entirely for this year although disappointing, is the best decision. Thank you to those that had already registered – refunds will be processed as soon as possible. We will start focusing on the next year’s event, with the intent of coming back bigger and better in 2021!


Boston Chapter Updates

Training at Local 550 for the Boston Area

On March 5, 2020, the National Fire Sprinkler Association delivered training on Understanding, Applying and Enforcing NFPA 25, for J.C. Cannistraro engineers, Sprinkler Fitters from UA Local #550, Boston Area Fire Inspectors, Property Owners and Facility Managers.

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Balina Place Project: Habitat For Humanity of Greater Boston

This project is a three family, two-story, attached, wood frame dwelling, being constructed in the Dorchester neighborhood section of Boston, MA by the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston.

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Fire Sprinkler Protection in a Brockton, Massachusetts Marijuana Grow Facility

“In Good Health” a medical/recreational marijuana grow facility occupies approximately 60,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing, office and retail space in a one-story masonry and steel structure.

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