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Looking for advice to become a Fire Sprinkler Designer.

Looking for advice to become a Fire Sprinkler Designer.

Looking for advice to become a Fire Sprinkler Designer.

I am expecting to have an interview in a couple weeks with a smaller branch office of a larger sprinkler firm. I have a B.S. in Civil Engineering and experience as a Structural Engineer. Any suggestions on what to say, what they'll ask, what I can review to prepare, or any other helpful information would be greatly appreciated. Also, does anyone know where there are any AutoSprink tutorials or demonstrations and a trial version of AutoSprink? Thank you very much for any help!

RE: Looking for advice to become a Fire Sprinkler Designer.

Thanks for the info for the download. I don't know if you would call it an engineering firm or contractor. On there website they say that they do "engineering" but as far as I know they don't have any engineers just designers. They also install what they design, which I thing is kind of contractor like. I already had an informal interview with the manager that went very good and he said they will be doing call backs for second interviews at the office in a couple weeks. Any advice.

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