You want to protect our country and people…
…We want to provide protection from the unexpected so you can

Our Experience Includes

  • Hangers (AFFF, HEF)
  • Water Storage Tanks
  • Hospitals
  • Barracks
  • Maintenance Facilities
  • Office Buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Weapons Manufacturing
  • Fire Pumps
  • Fire Alarms
  • High Speed Detection
  • Suppression Releasing
  • Clean Agent
  • Underground Water Supply

Additional Requirements on Government Projects

Government contracts may be issued for work identical to that found in the commercial sector, but it has additional, and very specific, contractual requirements. For Federal Contracts this is the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations). This is the boilerplate of clauses that apply to all federal or federally funded projects. It stipulates how such things as “Buy American”, Davis-Bacon Wage Rates, and Subcontracting Plans will be executed in any contract. Wolverine Fire Protection Co. has learned to work within these requirements and our payroll staff, contract staff, and project managers are all comfortable with the reporting, forms, and language associated with this work.

We have responded to the need to fulfill disadvantaged and minority business goals, and SDVOSB set-asides by partnering or joint ventures designed to meet and exceed the minimums established for specific contracts. Wolverine itself has benefited from such set-asides, transitioning from a small business in most NAICS categories to our present large business size.

Government contracts also have very high and specific expectations when it comes to quality, safety, and ethics. We have evolved our company and project specific safety manual by following the requirements and programs laid out in the USACE EM-385. We have added our own programs and procedures to this core. We now have a diverse and interactive behavior based safety program that serves ourselves and our customers in all settings.

Navy and USACE projects have mandated that site-based project managers receive CQM training provided in certified programs before being approved for work on site. Construction Quality Management (CQM) is a program based on three phases of control, Preliminary Phase, Initial Phase, and Follow-up Phase. Recently we have added Resident Management System (RMS), a computer based resource, to our project management tool box. Wolverine also maintains an overall set of Quality Management Systems (QMS) based on ISO 9001:2008 and NQA-1 for the Nuclear Industry. With all of these tools at our disposal, we create and execute focused and unique project specific quality control programs for all government work.

For specific information regarding our ethics policy, please click on the Ethics link under the “About” tab above, or click here