Please join us Friday, February 18th, 2022 for the virtual meeting.
Webinar: Creating Fire Resilience
Designing buildings and cities for fire and life safety using the applicable codes and standards inherently offers a level of fire resilience. However, if owners, communities, and cities want a more robust, adaptive and integrated solution, offering a holistic view of resilience requires understanding cascading effects of hazards which may have varying levels of impact based on vulnerability. Mackenzie Hill will discuss how collaboration and specialized design considerations can provide resilience for more buildings and cities as they prepare for fire and other events impacting life safety.
Mackenzie Hill, Senior FPE, ARUP
Mackenzie Hill is a senior fire protection engineer at Arup. For the past ten years, she has been based in the U.S. and U.K., worked on projects around the world and is involved in many aspects of the built environment. As a member of the fire group at Arup she has been involved in a number of projects including large atrium spaces, high-rise buildings, airport and transportation facilities, hotels, casinos, healthcare, museums and cultural spaces. Her project work has involved smoke control modelling and analysis, stair pressurization analysis, fire and life safety consulting, interdisciplinary coordination, resilience analysis, and project management.
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