We are working to shape a safer world for firefighters, cities and communities.

Notable Projects

RescueAir partners with some of the country’s top developers, architects, and engineers to help build safer structures and a better world for firefighters, cities, and communities.

Here’s a selection of case studies that profile some notable projects:

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…

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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,…

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Montral RAS

Iconic Montreal Olympic Tower Retrofit

Un grand succès: Iconic Montreal Olympic Tower is the first building in Canada equipped with FARS. When it opened in 1987, the Montreal Tower was heralded as an architectural and engineering…

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San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Authority Subway Station

RescueAir worked with the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Authority to keep the City moving safely. The San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Authority (SFMTA) is the City’s mobility manager, responsible for the…

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Phoenix Fire Department Logo on the side of a firetruck

Phoenix Fire Department Training Center

Thanks to a donation from RescueAir, the Phoenix Fire Department’s new training center is equipped with a state-of-the-art FARS system. RescueAir donated the system, along with on-going testing, certification, and…

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RescueAir Installations

The list of FARS installations continues to grow as cities across the U.S. and Canada are seeing the value of these systems and their positive impact on firefighter safety, public health, growth management, and more.

FARS are required in more than  100 jurisdictions in 20 states and in Canada.  Every year more cities add a FARS requirement to their fire code.