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At TEC, we specialize in providing comprehensive Integrated Building Safety Solutions to ensure the utmost protection for your property, occupants, and assets.

TEC clients benefit from our years of experience in the fire protection engineering, building consulting, code consulting and design services.
TEC Fire offers a comprehensive range of services, ensuring building safety through meticulous planning and implementation of cutting-edge fire protection systems. Our team of engineers, including HCIS fire consultants, specializes in designing and installing fire sprinkler systems that not only meet but exceed building codes requirements and ensure code compliance.

TEC has expanded its service to include a broad range of specialty engineering services. we offer a comprehensive, integrated set of engineering and risk management services for every building type and on every continent. We work with building owners, architects, developers and construction teams, real estate property and facility managers, institutions and government agencies to build long-term relationships based on a proven approach to risk prevention and reduction. We measure success by the positive response and repeat business of our clients and ultimately by the performance of our projects in protecting people and property.

Our HCIS consultants and FP consultants play a key role in providing thorough code consulting and architectural support services. They navigate the complexities of building codes requirements, ensuring that your projects align with SAF workflows and SAF directives, offering a holistic SAF-01 compliant solution.

Our engineers routinely draw on their deep knowledge of code requirements and regulatory intent to provide code consulting and architectural support to develop and obtain approval for code equivalencies, variances, or alternate means and methods.






TEC Fire takes a hands-on approach to commissioning and construction management for fire protection systems, integrating SAF packages and ensuring compliance with SAF workflows. Our HCIS consultants actively participate in the installation package creation and oversee testing and commissioning to guarantee the reliability of the implemented solutions.

We work under a philosophy of cohesive design from concept to execution, which provides our clients with feasible, practical, goal-oriented fire protection designs. To ensure these designs are properly constructed, TEC provides a variety of commissioning and construction management support services.




Our expert engineers, including HCIS fire consultants and FP consultants, specialize in the design of Fire Protection Solutions. They employ advanced technologies, considering SAF workflows and directives, to create systems that prioritize safety. Our designs encompass fire-resistant materials, ensuring structural fire protection in compliance with building codes requirements.

We work under a philosophy of cohesive design from concept to execution, which provides our clients with feasible, practical, goal-oriented fire protection systems design. Throughout the phases of a traditional design, we integrate the necessary elements in order to present a prescriptive fire protection system that is cost-effective to install and maintain.

For challenging designs which may involve life safety, property protection, mission continuity, heritage preservation, and environmental protection.
We provide comprehensive services from front end engineering design to review on installation package. All of these services will bring our clients one step closer to providing a built environment that is compliant, safe for all, and cost-effective.



TEC Fire specializes in the design and implementation of state-of-the-art smoke control systems, aligning with SAF directives and codes. Our solutions are engineered to enhance safety through effective mass notification systems, providing audible and visual alerts in line with SAF workflows.

We work under a philosophy of cohesive design from concept to execution, which provides our clients with feasible, practical, goal-oriented fire protection systems. Throughout the phases of a traditional design, we integrate the necessary elements in order to present a prescriptive fire protection system that is cost-effective to install and maintain.

TEC’s experienced staff of engineers, scientists, and technicians has earned a reputation worldwide for solving facility, corporate, and governmental smoke movement and smoke control system engineering problems with state-of-the-art scientific, engineering, and decision-analysis techniques and technologies. Computer models often play an important role during the design phase by enabling the prediction of hot smoke and toxic gas movement through a building. Our staff develops these models prior to building construction to evaluate the smoke control system’s performance. Through per-construction modeling, system performance can be refined and optimized prior to the procurement and installation of equipment, often resulting in substantial cost savings.

Atria and Other Large-Volume Spaces:

Computer modeling of smoke movement and control in atria and other large open spaces such as stadiums, airport terminals, and malls, has the potential to refine system requirements to reduce cost and complexity. We typically make use of both fire dynamics / CFD and timed egress models to evaluate the problem.

High-Rise Buildings:

For the pressurization smoke control systems typically designed for high-rise buildings, the use of building airflow models such as CONTAM allows for consideration of stack and wind effects, temperature effects of fire, and the impact of HVAC systems. The modeling helps to resolve the complex system of air flows and the interaction between complementary pressurization systems, such as stair pressurization, elevator shaft pressurization, and zoned smoke control.

Property Protection Systems:

Sometimes smoke control systems are designed to provide property protection versus life safety protection.

TEC Fire integrates advanced mass notification systems into fire protection strategies, aligning with SAF packages. These systems, compliant with SAF-01 requirements, ensure that occupants receive timely information during emergencies.

Mass notification design requires a thorough understanding of the relevant codes and the client’s needs to ensure the system achieves the required capability for the specific application in a reliable manner. Emergency communications systems (ECS) encompass both fire emergency voice alarm communications systems (EVACS) and mass notification systems (MNS).

The designs for these systems differ in that for fire EVACS the system must meet a prescribed set of requirements as outlined in NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code®. Mass notification systems on the other hand generally require a performance based design approach involving a risk analysis. The established risk for a fire EVACS is obviously fire, a singular risk. Alternatively, a MNS must be integrated into an emergency response plan to be utilized for multiple risks such as weather emergencies, shooter on campus or other risks as determined by the stakeholders who will be responsible for implementing emergency procedures.

Our engineers meet with the stakeholders to establish a risk analysis matrix to determine the scope of the mass notification system (MNS) design and how it will be incorporated into the emergency response plan (ERP).

Our HCIS consultants and engineers prioritize structural fire protection, implementing measures in compliance with building codes requirements. We use fire-resistant materials and coatings, considering SAF workflows to minimize the impact of fire on structures.

Structural fire protection includes the insulation materials, coatings, and systems used to prevent or delay fire-induced temperature rise in structural members in buildings. It falls into the general class of passive fire protection that typically supplements active fire protection (fire alarms, fire suppression systems, human interventions, etc.), as required by the building codes. Structural fire protection for walls, columns, and floors can be provided in varied forms, different materials and products, such as lightweight or higher density spray-applied fire resistive materials, gypsum board, intumescent/mastic coatings, concrete and masonry. Performance, weight and cost are the three key design selection factors. The analysis-design of fire protection can be performed in one of two ways: prescriptively or by means of performance-based engineering. The conventional prescriptive approach relies on fire resistance rated assemblies developed from standard furnace tests conducted in accordance with the long-established ASTM E119 criteria. The selection of the fire protection material type, product, thickness, and its installation details will depend on the particular assembly design selected for the required rating time of the fire resistive construction.

TEC Fire conducts comprehensive safety risk assessments, with HCIS consultants focusing on the specific challenges posed by your environment. Our SAF-01 compliant risk and hazard analyses enable us to develop targeted mitigation strategies.

TEC is leading the industry in risk and hazard analysis and applying the results within the framework of real-world decision-making processes. Our team has the knowledge and experience to assess fire and explosion hazards covering a wide range of applications. We have engineers and consultants who specialize in risk and external hazard analyses, probabilistic risk assessments, risk-informed engineering, and risk mitigation services for different category of industry sectors.

TEC engineers are recognized leaders in fire science and fire dynamics providing unparalleled insight to real-world problems.

The High Commission for Industrial Security (HCIS) Security and Safety Directives of 2017 are essential for the national security of Saudi Arabia. These directives establish minimum security and safety requirements for a wide range of industrial facilities and designated critical infrastructure, including petroleum, electric power and distribution, petrochemicals, water, industrial services, telecommunications, mining, gas, civil explosives, chemical manufacturing, metal fabrication, ports, and railways.

The directives are mandated by His Royal Highness, the Minister of Interior, and are legally binding under the laws of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Compliance with the HCIS Directives is a prerequisite for facility operation.

The HCIS Security & Safety Directives cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Physical security measures, such as perimeter security, access control, and intrusion detection
  • Information security measures, such as data protection and cybersecurity
  • Operational security measures, such as incident response and risk management
  • Safety measures, such as fire protection, emergency preparedness, and hazardous materials handling

The HCIS Directives are regularly updated to reflect the latest security threats and best practices. This ensures that Saudi Arabia’s industrial facilities are always well protected.

The HCIS Security and Safety Directives are essential for protecting the national security of Saudi Arabia for several reasons. First, they help to protect critical infrastructure from sabotage, terrorist attacks, and other threats. Second, they help to prevent accidents and injuries at industrial facilities. Third, they help to maintain public confidence in the safety of Saudi Arabia’s industrial sector.

The HCIS Security and Safety Directives are also important for the Saudi economy. A safe and secure industrial sector is essential for attracting foreign investment and promoting economic growth.

The Saudi government is committed to implementing and enforcing the HCIS Security & Safety Directives. The HCIS has a dedicated team of inspectors who conduct regular assessments of industrial facilities to ensure compliance with the directives. The HCIS also provides training and support to industrial facilities to help them meet the requirements of the directives.

The HCIS Security and Safety Directives are an important tool for protecting the national security and economic prosperity of Saudi Arabia. The Saudi government and the industrial sector must continue to work together to ensure compliance with the directives and to maintain the highest levels of security and safety at industrial facilities.