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Next Generation (Next Gen) Spotlight

Requesting Articles and Mini-Profiles on the Next Generation in the fire sprinkler industry.

Construction workers looking at plans.


FPC will be featuring the Next Generation serving the fire sprinkler industry in our April 2024 edition and we would like your input!

Deadline: March 1, 2024 (Please contact for possible extensions:


Please send articles and photographs of people in the Next Generation that are working in the fire sprinkler industry, especially younger people who are in any leadership or management position (or are being prepared for leadership).

Articles may be a mini-profile or in Q and A format. Please contact us if you would like a list of possible questions or examples. We prefer articles that are 800 words or less, plus photos and captions. Just a photo and caption could be a good alternative.

We hope you are able to make the time to provide us with some information. When we publish your article, it will be viewed and discussed by the most diverse audience in the fire sprinkler industry — the readers of FPC.

If you are part of a fire sprinkler association, please tell us about your Next Gen programs!

As always, please forward this to interested parties - we appreciate it!


Thank you for your time and consideration.


Yours for a better fire sprinkler industry,


Brant R. Brumbeloe, Editor

FPC/Fire Protection Contractor magazine



1. PEOPLE NEWS: Send us news items about your activities in the fire sprinkler industry.

2. COMPANY NEWS: Send us news about fire sprinkler companies.

3. REACTION: Send your responses to FPC articles.

4. OTHER VOICES: An open forum for your view on any subject in the industry.

5. LETTERS: Write a signed letter to the editor.

6. CALENDAR: Submit information and dates for industry activities.

7. WATCHDOG: Inform us of actions taken to correct misleading news reports or media events.

8. NEW PRODUCTS: Introduce new products for use by fire sprinkler contractors.

9. LITERATURE: Send us brochures and flyers of interest to industry affiliates.

10. NEW LISTINGS & APPROVALS: Concerning products used in the industry.

11. GUEST EDITORIAL: Write a Guest Editorial on issues, problems, and concerns facing the industry.

12. FEATURE ARTICLES: Send an article with photos of an installation, a company profile, or a technical report.

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