Mid- and High-Rise Buildings

FARS are applicable in mid- and high-rise buildings of five floors or more where the delivery of air to firefighters presents significant logistical challenges. The system makes ground air management achievable in these types of structures, eliminating the need for highly trained firefighters to provide air replenishment by manually transporting air bottles to fire crews.

Provides a safe, instant, ready supply of life-sustaining air replenishment for firefighters inside a building all the way to the roof.

Eliminates the need for the slow, inefficient, labor intensive manual delivery of air.

Saves lives and property since more firefighters can be assigned to fire attack and search and rescue.

Related Success Stories

42-Story Tower: The Tallest in Bellevue, WA

RescueAir worked with University Mechanical to make the tallest building in Bellevue, WA one of the safest.  Bellevue, WA is a suburb of Seattle and the third largest city in the state.  The City recently approved a major new development in its downtown core. The project is located at 555 108th Avenue and is anchored…

Read More
Twelve Cowboys Way in Frisco, TX

Twelve Cowboys Way Luxury Community

RescueAir helped the Twelve Cowboys Way luxury community shine as a safety star. The Star is the 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys world headquarters and practice facility in Frisco, TX. Developed as a first-of-its-kind partnership between the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District, The Star gives fans the opportunity to connect…

Read More