Christopher Lizewski, P.E.

Consultant

Chris has eight years of experience providing fire protection and life safety consulting services to architects, designers, building owners, and other engineers. He has significant experience performing existing building surveys and evaluations, generating comprehensive fire protection and life safety code reports for new and existing buildings, and preparing performance-based code compliance alternatives, equivalencies, and variances. Chris works hard to find solutions that balance client needs and project goals with adherence to the core principles of safety and compliance.

His portfolio includes working with manufacturing and research users within healthcare, office, and educational occupancies, as well as large- and small-scale transportation facilities. Chris has a particular interest in hazardous material services and working on industrial and research-focused projects to ensure that safety is paramount throughout the design and implementation processes while maintaining the client’s design goals. Continually seeking opportunities for learning, he enjoys that each project has unique challenges and solutions that require a balance of conventional thinking and divergent reasoning.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

When I am not in the office, I am likely to be found outside hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, or rock climbing.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Registrations

Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Chris has eight years of experience providing fire protection and life safety consulting services to architects, designers, building owners, and other engineers. He has significant experience performing existing building surveys and evaluations, generating comprehensive fire protection and life safety code reports for new and existing buildings, and preparing performance-based code compliance alternatives, equivalencies, and variances. Chris works hard to find solutions that balance client needs and project goals with adherence to the core principles of safety and compliance.

His portfolio includes working with manufacturing and research users within healthcare, office, and educational occupancies, as well as large- and small-scale transportation facilities. Chris has a particular interest in hazardous material services and working on industrial and research-focused projects to ensure that safety is paramount throughout the design and implementation processes while maintaining the client’s design goals. Continually seeking opportunities for learning, he enjoys that each project has unique challenges and solutions that require a balance of conventional thinking and divergent reasoning.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

When I am not in the office, I am likely to be found outside hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, or rock climbing.