Classification and Implications of Heavy Timber for Structural Fire Protection

  • 10 Jun 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Quiet Cannon, 901 N. Via Clemente, Montebello, CA 90604


  • 6-foot display table for use of the sponsor and five minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience.
  • Member pricing
  • Non-member pricing available through May 8

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Topic:  Classification and Implications of Heavy Timber for Structural Fire Protection

Date:  June 10, 2019


Quiet Cannon

901 N. Via San Clemente

Montebello, Ca 90604


11:30AM: Registration and Networking

12:00PM: Meeting and Lunch

12:30PM: Key Note Presentation

1:30PM: Conclusion of Meeting

Monthly Meeting Sponsor (NEW)

Monthly meeting sponsor $200.  SFPE SoCal is pleased to announce the introduction of a single meeting sponsor for regularly scheduled monthly meetings. The monthly meeting sponsor is provided with a 6 foot display table, and 5 minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience.  If provided, the sponsor’s logo will be on the monthly meeting flyer and identified on the event on the website.  Set up for the display is at 11:30am the day of the meeting and tear down is after the meeting at 2pm.

Event Flyer

6-10-19 Meeting Flyer.pdf


David Morrisset - California Polytechnic State University (San Luis Obispo)


David will discuss the use of exposed structural timber is becoming ever more popular in the built environment with a push for more sustainable construction. This presentation aims to discuss the classification of heavy timber and the implications of the prescribed dimensions on structural fire protection.


David Morrisset graduated from California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo with a BS in Mechanical Engineering in December 2018 and is currently nerolled in the Fire Protection Engineering MS program. He has interned with Jensen Hughes in the Los Angeles area for the past two summers. David spent the winter of 2019 working as a research assistant at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, running various experiments with the UoE Fire Safety Research group. As a Cal Poly student, he is currently involved with multiple research projects on campus; namely investigassting the ignition and self-extinction of structural timber under various condition including transient heating. Upon graduating, he will be the first student in seven years, and second of all time to produce a master's thesis in the Cal Poly FPE program. Davis is a member of SFPE, NFPA, Engineers without Borders - USA, and the International Association for Fire Safety Science (IAFSS).

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