The National Fire Sprinkler Association has one Chapter located in Area 3.The Tennessee Fire Sprinkler Contractors Association is a professional organization dedicated to public safety that leads and promotes the Fire Sprinkler Industry with integrity and education, working toward our mission “to protect lives and property from fire through the widespread acceptance of the fire sprinkler concept.” Our Chapters not only provide access to local peers, but also to our nationwide peer network. As a member of a NFSA Chapter, you have an opportunity to meet with other members of the local fire sprinkler industry to discuss new and innovative ways to improve and protect the industry as well as gaining new ideas to improving your company and protecting your market share.

Furthermore, as a NFSA Chapter member, you may have the opportunity to meet local government officials and other industry stakeholders at our regularly scheduled meetings with your peers. This provides a great opportunity to provide feedback on local and statewide legislation, new technology and communication as well as to discuss new and exciting ways to promote and maintain the fire sprinkler industry.

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Area Director

Ken Brinkley
Owner, Music City Fire Protection



Brian Biggs

NFSA Staff

Brian Biggs is the Regional Manager for Area 3. For more information on fire sprinklers, training, events, and membership benefits, please contact him at




Regional News

Sevierville Fire Department Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

NFSA staff attended Sevierville Fire Department’s open house / ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Nashville Class on Fire Sprinkler Updates in the IBC & NFPA

Jeff Hugo taught Fire Sprinkler Updates in the IBC & NFPA to Tennessee AHJs and NFSA Fire Sprinkler Contractors at the Nashville Fire Department Headquarters.47

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Enhancing TN Volunteer Fire Service meeting

NFSA was part of Enhancing Tennessee’s Volunteer Fire Service. NFSA Director of Outreach & Government Relations Vickie Pritchett kicked off the meeting with about 70 fire service officials from across Tennessee.

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