What we do is essential…

Founded in 1980, JENSEN HUGHES, Inc. is a global company headquartered in Baltimore, MD. As one of the largest fire protection and life safety engineering and consulting firms with offices worldwide, JENSEN HUGHES is able to provide the support and responsiveness that our clients need. Our technical experts stay on the cutting edge of evolving fire and life safety codes and regulations and are able to provide timely and accurate consulting and design services. We remain committed to providing our clients with cost-effective, high quality services that are crucial to the protection of life, property, and the environment.

We are passionate about life safety and fire protection.

If you ask our staff to name the best thing about their jobs, many of them will tell you: “The work I do will keep people safe,” and “I like that my work matters.”  Whether that occurs through the engineering of fire protection systems at a brand new building, or as a result of a forensic report investigating why a facility fire occurred and advising how to prevent it from happening again, JENSEN HUGHES plays an integral part in protecting people and the built environment.

We have technical expertise and we know the codes.

JENSEN HUGHES consultants, engineers, and scientists are seasoned professionals with in-depth, hands-on experience in their specialties. Their participation in industry and regulatory organizations gives them unique insight into both code requirements and intention. This insight not only enables them to provide practical, cost-saving solutions, but also to act as a powerful advocate for their clients with regulators.

We offer comprehensive services.

JENSEN HUGHES collaborates one-on-one or as part of a project team with owners, operators, municipalities, and members of the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry in all phases of design and construction.  JENSEN HUGHES is a single resource for all of the fire safety and consulting services our clients need for the design, construction, renovation, or assessment of facilities, including expert consulting, engineering, fire modeling, design, and training.