ZariCode Newsletter


Cavallo Point – Fire Alarm System Design

Zari Consulting Group was retained by Cavallo Point Lodges, which is located near Sausalito to provide fire alarm design services for a complete retrofit of their campus fire alarm system. The lodges at Cavallo Point were converted from the military facility, which was known as Fort Baker and constructed during World War II. Zari Consulting [...]

2016-05-06T21:02:15+00:00May 6th, 2016|Project Profiles|

Job Opening in Northern California!

    Zari Consulting Group ( is currently seeking to employ a Senior Consultant for our San Francisco regional office. Job Format Zari Consulting Group is not a conventional consulting firm that maintains operational procedures from a previous decade. We do not micro-manage our consultants, making sure they arrive at the office 8am and stay [...]

2016-02-28T17:56:49+00:00February 28th, 2016|Company Affairs|

Smoke Control Testing & Building Code Consulting: New UNL COBA Building

The University of Nebraksa - Lincoln campus is currently in the process of constructing their new College of Business Administration building. The building consists of a 5-Story B Occupancy building with a central atrium that is 90 feet in height. The atrium measures 10,000 square feet in floor area. Zari Consulting Group's role on the [...]

2015-03-11T10:49:09+00:00March 11th, 2015|Project Profiles|

New Rainer Square Sky Scraper

A massive new development is being proposed to replace the Rainer Square shopping mall in downtown Seattle, between Fourth and Fifth Avenues. The cost estimation currently sits around $600 million and consists of a large 58-story boot-shaped, modern looking building that consists of offices (B occupancy) with residential apartments above (R-2 occupancy). Also included in [...]

2014-11-07T10:52:33+00:00November 7th, 2014|Development & Construction News|

Stratford High-Rise Fire Causes Little Damage

A fire occurred in the 7th floor of a residential high-rise in Stratford, London on Sunday October 26. The fire initiated on one of the resident’s balcony and caused damage to the exterior windows on the residential unit above, allowing smoke to billow into the building. Fortunately, smoke detectors installed inside the facility were functional. [...]

2014-10-29T12:21:39+00:00October 29th, 2014|Industry News|