A single resource capable of providing general Fire/Building code consulting, with specialization in fire assembly rating evaluations. IBC 104.11 is most commonly referenced as the provision allowing for AMMRs- Alternate Materials and Methods Requests. The AMMR process allows a Building Official to consider the intent of a prescriptive code provision when reviewing a construction assembly, material, design and methods that are not explicitly addressed in the code. When necessary, we can provide our clients with well-documented, stamped (EJ) engineering judgment letters along with an (AM&M) alternate means application for submittal to the AHJ. This process, as outlined in the IBC, is accepted by nearly all jurisdictions as a method to substantiate alternative approaches to Building/Fire Code compliance. Through Engineering Judgment letters (horizontal shaft walls, curtain wall assemblies, sprayed fire proofing, etc.) we are able to provide equivalent, code compliant strategies that offer significant value for our clients by providing options that may directly reduce construction time and ultimately final installed costs.