FOR LOCAL AND STATE CODES UPDATES CLICK ON THE CODE BOOK.



 

Welcome to our  Web Site

FSCATX
P. O. Box #5186
Kingwood, Texas 77325

(281) 361-8069 * 
Toll Free (877) 894-3011
Fax (281) 360-6732  * 
info@fscatx.org

 

 

WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS - FIRE CODE REQUIREMENTS


CLICK HERE


           

 


 

FSCATX Membership Form for 2014 Click Here

 



Pay FSCATX MEMBERSHIP
by PayPal

Membership Per Invoice Number
In Blank Below Insert "Invoice Number"


 

ABOUT US

The FSCATX is a non-profit trade association that was formed in 2012.  The original purpose of the Association was to bring together Fire Sprinkler Contracotrs of Texas to assure that a recently passed licensing law would be applied accurately and fairly and that the industry would speak with “One Voice.”  Since those early days, the Fire Sprinkler Contractors Association of Texas has evolved into much more than concern for a single cause.  The “specific and primary purpose of FSCATX is to advance the science of fire protection and fire prevention, to provide educational services to the fire sprinkler industry and general public in the areas of fire protection and fire prevention, and to promote and preserve ethical standards for fire sprinkler contractors.”
.
 



 


TEXAS CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION

FSCATX has joined eleven other trade associations to  form the Texas Construction Association.  Through our TCA affiliation, our members are provided the information they need to monitor legislative activity that directly affects our industry.


AFSA

 In 2013 FSCATX directors of the association voted maintain a “State Affiliate” relationship with the American Fire Sprinkler Association.

                    

This affiliation will provide our current and future endeavors with funding and educational resources to pursue new projects to benefit our members, our industry and our communities across the state.  The AFSA affiliation opens many opportunities for our membership to learn and grow.

 
THE PURPOSE OF BIKING FOR BRAINS

 

In 1997 two fire sprinkler contractors by the name of Art Hartman and Mike PeCoy proposed a thirty mile bike ride to make other contractors aware of a need by Parkland Hospital’s Camp I-Thonka-Chi, which is a special summer camp for children who have been victims of fires.

 

As time passed a scholarship was added for Texas students who

are in programs that will lead them to work in the fire sprinkler industry. The bike ride itself is not a fund raiser.  The purpose is to make fire sprinkler contractors aware of the need and to make the public aware of both the camp and the training available at the Construction Education Foundation of North Texas located in the Dallas Airport area.