Brannigan's Building Construction for the Fire Service, Sixth Edition will be available soon! In the meantime, check out an exclusive sneak peek.
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In 1971, Francis L. Brannigan created Building Construction for the Fire Service, a groundbreaking resource offering the most comprehensive knowledge of building construction available to fire fighters. With his dedication to fire fighter safety and saving lives, the legacy of Frank Brannigan continues with the sixth edition of Brannigan's Building Construction for the Fire Service.
An integral resource for fire officers, instructors, those studying for promotion, individuals taking civil service examinations, fire science students, and both current and prospective fire fighters, the Sixth Edition:
- Meets and exceeds the National Fire Academy's Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) course objectives and outcomes for the Associate's Core-Level course called Building Construction for Fire Protection (C0275)
- Includes a new chapter on Non-Fire Building Systems that discusses electrical systems, plumbing systems, conveyances, refrigeration systems, and Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation (HVAC) systems
- Includes new and expanded content on aluminum-clad polyethylene panels, scaffolding, light-weight wood-frame construction, and more
- Is part of an integrated teaching and learning system that combines dynamic features and content to support instructors and to help prepare students for their career in firefighting
- And much more!
To learn more about this dynamic resource or to pre-order your copy, visit http://go.psglearning.com/brannigan6e.
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