David Williams PE
David Williams has worked in the Marine Engineering field and Petrochem fields as a design engineer for over 35 years. He has worked as a Pipe Stress Engineer, Vessel Engineer, and Rotating Equipment Engineer. He has been involved with the design of offshore projects, onshore projects, fixed platforms, jackup rigs, workover rigs, chemical plants, refineries, floating production storage offloading ships (FPSO), and gas plants. He is registered in Texas, Mississippi, and Wisconsin. He has a BS degree from the University of Houston in Mechanical Engineering. He has a BS degree from Texas A&M University in Marine Engineering.
He is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
Jason Williams began working in the fire sprinkler industry in 2000 as a Crew Lead with Central Sprinkler Co./Tyco Fire Products in the field services department. The Field Services department conducted the Omega and O-ring sprinkler replacement program internally in homes, retail, hotel, hospitality and government facilities throughout the US. Beginning in 2004, Jason was employed by Fire Materials Group to manage the Central VRP. Fire Materials Group had numerous retail customers with the o-ring sprinkler heads installed. Jason Williams managed the replacement of over 1200 locations with thousands of o-ring sprinkler heads installed. Beginning in 2006, Jason Williams began working in fabrication. Currently Jason Williams is a licensed fire alarm and sprinkler head inspector, holding licenses with NICET, CSA and ABPA for backflow. In 2009, Jason Williams had the idea of a sprinkler head protector while conducting heat treating of bed bugs. One of the most challenging obstacles of heat treating is avoiding the impairment of sprinkler heads that are installed in most hotels and hospitals across the country. The idea is to help bring the treatment of bed bugs to an affordable level so that proper procedures are not ignored.