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Who can help me design A Fireproof Vault Room?

Designing a fireproof vault room is a specialized task that requires expertise in security, fire protection, and construction. Several professionals and experts can assist you in designing a fireproof vault room to meet your specific needs and requirements. Here are some professionals who can help you with the design:

1. Architects and Designers:

 – Architects and architectural designers can work with you to plan the layout and aesthetics of the vault room. They can ensure that the design complies with building codes and regulations while meeting your functional and aesthetic preferences.

2. Security Consultants:

 – Security consultants specialize in assessing security risks and developing security solutions. They can help design the access control systems, surveillance, and alarms for the vault room to ensure it meets your security needs.

3. Fire Protection Engineers:

 – Fire protection engineers have expertise in fire safety measures and can help you determine the appropriate fire resistance rating for the vault room. They can also assist in selecting fire suppression systems and ventilation solutions.

4. Structural Engineers:

 – Structural engineers can ensure that the construction materials and structural elements of the vault room meet safety and load-bearing requirements. They can assess the structural integrity of the vault.

5. Locksmiths and Security Specialists:

 – Locksmiths and security specialists can assist in selecting and installing high-quality, fire-rated vault doors and access control systems. They can provide recommendations for locking mechanisms and security features.

6. General Contractors:

 – General contractors with experience in constructing secure facilities can oversee the construction and assembly of the vault room, including the installation of fire-resistant materials and security systems.

7. Fire Protection Companies:

 – Companies specializing in fire protection can install fire suppression systems, smoke detectors, and fire-resistant seals to ensure the vault room’s fire safety.

8. Environmental Control Experts:

 – Experts in environmental control and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) can help design systems to maintain optimal temperature and humidity levels within the vault room.

9. Access Control System Providers:

 – Companies that specialize in access control systems can help you select and install electronic locks, biometric authentication, and other access control measures.

10. Security System Integrators:

 – Security system integrators can integrate various security components, including surveillance cameras, alarms, and access control, into a cohesive security system for the vault room.

11. Regulatory and Compliance Consultants:

 – Consultants who specialize in industry regulations and building codes can ensure that the design and construction of the vault room comply with all relevant standards and requirements.

When designing a fireproof vault room, it’s essential to assemble a team of experts who can collaborate to create a secure, fire-resistant, and compliant solution tailored to your specific needs. Consult with professionals in your local area who have experience in secure facility design and construction to ensure the success of your project.

FIRELOCK® provides these articles for information purposes only. We do not necessarily provide all products and services mentioned; they are for comparison purposes only. Always contact a professional about non-FIRELOCK® products and services mentioned. 


Since 1982, FIRELOCK® has been the world’s leading manufacturer of media-rated modular vault chambers. Unlike poured-in-place concrete vaults, FIRELOCK® vaults are constructed from individual panels, filled with a heat-resistant ceramic material, and they are lightweight, movable, and expandable. When combined with current high-density storage systems, FIRELOCK® vaults offer extremely high space efficiency at a considerable cost advantage per cubic foot of storage. The value of assets stored in FIRELOCK® vaults today reaches hundreds of billions of dollars and ranges from priceless animation cells and World Wrestling Entertainment videos to pharmaceutical research records and U.S. Department of Education student loan information.

With a FIRELOCK® vault, you invest in the highest-performing vault on the market today to ensure the protection of your most vital records and irreplaceable items. You gain the ability to store microfilm, computer media, file servers, and paper in one location, as well as the peace of mind that comes from knowing that all the environmental- and fire-protection elements are in place.

FIRELOCK® has been in business since 1982, and we have installed over 2000 vaults around the world. Because of this broad experience, we know how to build a vault that will provide you with maximum protection today and the flexibility to grow with you into the future.