FORT WAYNE, IN

The Rescue Mission’s Community Housing Facility

To provide fire alarm protection, we installed 44 detectors and 94 strobe devices.

Value Delivered

Advanced Systems Group (ASG) provided comprehensive low-voltage services during the construction of The Rescue Mission’s new community housing facility.

The new facility contains spaces for community meals, ministries, meetings, and administration services; as well as emergency, short-term, and long-term housing for those facing a homelessness crisis. It can house up to 325 beds, which more than triples their previous capacity.

We installed the latest in fire alarm systems to help protect The Rescue Mission’s investment and all occupants and visitors.

Client Objectives

The client was constructing a community housing facility to expand their capacity to serve the homeless population, and needed facility-wide fire alarm solutions.

Solutions

ASG provided and installed fire alarm solutions including:

  • Addressable fire alarm panel
  • Digital alarm communicator
  • 18 alarm pull stations
  • 12 photo smoke detectors
  • 21 standalone smoke detectors
  • 11 duct detectors
  • 42 ceiling-mount horn/strobe devices
  • 52 ceiling-mount strobe devices

Client Background

The Rescue Mission is a faith-based, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, providing restorative care to men, women, and children experiencing a homeless crisis. The ministry serves Fort Wayne, Allen County, and 11 surrounding counties.