Carter-Lambert Divisions (CLD) possess rich experience in assisting customers throughout and a premier supplier of Information Technology, Cyber Security/Information Assurance, Program Management, Software Development, Enterprise/Infrastructure Support, Test & Evaluation, Engineering, and Logistical Support Services. We use a flexible and consultative approach to achieve the best possible level of client satisfaction and crucially deliver outcomes: a Service-connected-Service Disabled Veteran-Veteran, SBA Certified HUBZone, and Self-Certified SDB small business. Our clients are our highest priority. All CLD Executive Leaders, Staff, and Contractor personnel work hard to understand their needs, respond quickly to the challenges that suddenly arise in the conduct of the client business, and will go the extra mile to keep your operation running.
FTS Consulting Group understands that the presence of sprinklers and smoke detectors alone does not define fire protection. Adequate fire protection involves passive and active systems working together to protect against fire, reduce its ability to spread, and control its effect on building assets and its occupants. FTS evaluates the hazards and risks to develop fundamental and integrated mechanical and fire protection design and construction services that go beyond compliance.
HVAC / PLUMBING
In addition to integrated life safety designs, FTS can design, supply, project-manage, and commission most HVAC and plumbing systems. We perform life cycle cost analysis and system comparisons to deliver efficient and economical solutions that surpass minimal industry standards.
Substations Indoor/Outdoor to capture fire protection apparatus and equipment.
EXELON – Multiple Substation Design Engineering of integrated fire alarm systems, associated fire alarm equipment replacement, new emergency, egress lighting, and updated panel distribution schedules. Several substations across Southern Maryland and Washington DC.
United States Secret Service (JJRTC) installation of fiber communication cards in the fire alarm system head-end and node panels on the JJRTC campus fire alarm network.