Jason Hopkins, P.E.

Consultant

Jason is a registered professional fire protection engineer with experience performing fire and life safety evaluations, drawing reviews, and developing code compliance strategies for both new and existing buildings. He has both an interest and a specialty in providing field services such as accessibility reviews and third party firestopping inspections. Jason collaborates closely with clients to offer alternative solutions to identified code compliance issues, and strives to provide prompt communication and timely deliverables that empower clients’ decision-making in the design process.

He enjoys interacting with a variety of stakeholders, including general contractors, architects, building managers/owners, and developers, to see all perspectives and stages of the building life cycle. Jason’s client work includes projects for higher education, healthcare, large assembly spaces, residential, hazardous materials, and mixed-use buildings.

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

As a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, I played soccer with my Code Red Consultants colleague Paul Moan, and I still play recreational soccer with colleague Corey Fisher.

Education

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

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA
  • IFC Certified Third Party Firestop Inspector

Professional Affiliations

Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Jason is a registered professional fire protection engineer with experience performing fire and life safety evaluations, drawing reviews, and developing code compliance strategies for both new and existing buildings. He has both an interest and a specialty in providing field services such as accessibility reviews and third party firestopping inspections. Jason collaborates closely with clients to offer alternative solutions to identified code compliance issues, and strives to provide prompt communication and timely deliverables that empower clients’ decision-making in the design process.

He enjoys interacting with a variety of stakeholders, including general contractors, architects, building managers/owners, and developers, to see all perspectives and stages of the building life cycle. Jason’s client work includes projects for higher education, healthcare, large assembly spaces, residential, hazardous materials, and mixed-use buildings.

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

As a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, I played soccer with my Code Red Consultants colleague Paul Moan, and I still play recreational soccer with colleague Corey Fisher.