Elora’s Troy Life & Fire Safety to supply fixed firefighting systems under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
From the Press Release: Michael Chong, Member of Parliament for Wellington-Halton Hills, today announced that Troy life and Fire Safety has received a $5.7 million subcontract with Irving Shipbuilding Inc. to supply the fixed firefighting systems that will be used to build the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
“The federal government’s National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy is creating and supporting jobs throughout Canada and right here in our community,” Chong said. “This strategy is creating local jobs and creating economic growth.”
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We received the letter below from Brian Mannion, Senior Project Manager with the Canadian Coast Guard, after replacing the fire detection system on the CCGS Henry Larsen.
I wanted to take a moment to thank yourself and National and Marine Fire Services Inc. (now Troy Marine Division) for the professional approach to both planning and implementing the Fire Detection System replacement on CCGS Henry Larsen.
The initial planning and engineering for the system replacement was well thought-out and addressed all the possible system improvements and functionality for the new system. During the removal of the old system components and installation of the new components, you worked very closely with the ship’s Electrical Officer and Chief Engineer to ensure that the removal and re-installation was in accordance with the vessel’s safety and security requirements.
During the later stages of the new system installation, you were forced to deal with new changes requested by the ship and you were able to adapt and include all the new requirements and still complete the system replacement within the operational time frame for the vessel.
Thanks again for a professional completion to another project.