Eric Battey Project, Manager
Eric has been affiliated with Team Engineering since the fall of 2014. Eric has been involved in a wide range of projects, to include: Reserve Studies for condominium complexes, structural evaluations of buildings ranging from single and multi- family residences to conversion of an old school to residential apartments, as well as damage assessments from the severe weather conditions experienced last winter.
Previously, he was a full-time Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician with the Goffstown Fire Department since 1988. He has experience in building construction, NFPA Life Safety Code and New Hampshire fire codes and standards. As an Officer in the Department since 2004, Eric performed building inspections for Occupancy Permits, installations of mechanical systems, and life safety.
Areas of ExpertiseWith his experience in the fire service, Eric offers insight to fire and life safety considerations of building layout and construction. Eric provides a unique perspective on building design and construction given his firsthand knowledge of how extreme conditions such as fire, snow and ice loads can impact and overload building systems. He recently attended a week long seminar at the National Fire Academy focused on improving the response to hazardous situations in our schools.
Eric has hands-on experience in building construction such as interior renovations, framing, roofing and siding methods. In addition, while performing inspections of buildings, Eric has been able to observe most aspects of the construction process. He has had access to a wide range of buildings including residential and commercial properties, as well as industrial facilities. With a well-developed working knowledge of code references such as NFPA Life Safety 101 and the State Fire Code, he performed occupancy inspections and mechanical equipment installation inspections.
In addition to his duties as a firefighter and EMT, Eric was responsible for creating the Fire Department’s computer network. Computer technology has greatly impacted the ability of firefighters to operate safely at emergency scenes with data from pre-fire planning documents and integration of available property information, such as assessor property record databases and hazardous material reporting . Having current and accurate building data is vital to the successful mitigation of an emergency incident.
Eric resides in Goffstown, NH with his wife and his three children. He thoroughly enjoys outdoor activities such as skiing, kayaking and sailing. As an avid hiker, Eric is pursuing completion of the 4000 foot peaks in New Hampshire. He is an active member of his church, and served as a vestry member for 6 years. Eric has served on the Town of Goffstown Wellness Committee and Computer Development Committee. He is a member of the International Association of Firefighters, Professional Firefighters of New Hampshire, Professional Firefighters of Goffstown and the Goffstown Fire Rescue Association.
Qualifications and EducationAssociates Degree – New Hampshire Technical Institute, Concord NH
Nationally Licensed, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced
Certified Fire Officer, 1997, New Hampshire Fire Academy
Certified Fire Inspector, 2004, FEMA and NH Fire Academy
Certified Fire Instructor, 1990, NH Fire Academ
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