Welcome to SFPE Philadelphia • Delaware Valley

This website is a project of the Philadelphia • Delaware Valley SFPE Chapter’s Web Committee. Stop by to get information on the Chapter, upcoming Meetings, Educational Programs, Membership opportunities, and Scholarship Programs.

2022-2023 Scholarship Information and Application Now Available

The Scholarship Committee of the Philadelphia-Delaware Valley Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers is pleased to announce its offering of scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year. Learn More

January Meeting

The January meeting will be held IN-PERSON on Monday, January 9th at 5:30pm at Maggiano’s Little Italy located at 160 N Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA.  This month’s meeting is a joint meeting open to members of the SFPE, AFSA, ASCET and NFSA.  Please make reservations by January 6th.  See the Flashpoint for more information and details about how to RSVP.

Read the corresponding January FLASHPOINT, the monthly SFPE Phila-DV newsletter.

The cost for members to attend in-person is $50 for both dinner and the program.

April Meeting

The April meeting will be held IN-PERSON on Tuesday, April 12th at 5pm at Fire University located at 9 Florence Ave Building B, Penns Grove, NJ 08069. It will also be held virtually using Microsoft Teams. To make reservations, Click here to make a reservation

Read the corresponding April FLASHPOINT, the monthly SFPE Phila-DV newsletter.

The April 12 meeting will be presented by Frank Ellis of the National Fire Sprinkler Association. This month’s presentation will be NFPA 13E.

The cost for members to attend in-person is $30 (by check) or $31 (by web).
The cost for members to attend on-line is $15 (by check) or $16 (by web).

Microsoft Teams meeting

Click here to join the meeting on your computer or mobile app

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+1 929-229-5741,,443361566# United States, New York City
Phone Conference ID: 443 361 566#

Mission Statement

The Philadelphia • Delaware Valley Chapter purpose is to advance the art and science of fire protection engineering and its allied fields, for the reduction of life and property losses from fire, to maintain high ethical standards on engineering among its members and to foster fire protection education. Recognition of fire protection engineering as a discrete engineering discipline is a prime goal. Engineering disciplines exist because there is a special body of knowledge based on the fundamentals of mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering science and economics. The chapter strives to facilitate sharing of sound engineering experiences and knowledge between its members and the fire protection community in general with an active program of education and scholarship activities.

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