Austin Grant, P.E., Promoted to Principal

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David Stacy, P.E.


December 1, 2022

Performance Based Fire Protection Engineering recently promoted Austin Grant, P.E., to Principal Fire Protection Engineer.

Louisville, KY (December 1, 2022) – Performance Based Fire Protection Engineering, PLLC is excited to announce that Austin Grant, P.E., has been promoted to Principal Fire Protection Engineer. Grant’s new management role includes overseeing the firm’s operations while continuing his current duties.

Grant started his career with PBFPE on September 19, 2019, and quickly became a significant member of the team. Grant’s focus on technical excellence, providing the highest quality deliverables, and strong communication with his clients make him an engineer role model for the firm. PBFPE looks forward to continuing its growth with the direct assistance of Grant in his new role.

David Stacy, Principal and Founder of PBFPE, said, “Austin’s desire to be a part of our team and help grow the company was evident from our initial interactions. His interest in performance-based design and solving unique challenges for clients was clear from his first day with us. After three years, it is clear that Austin is the type of person we need as a leader in the firm, keeping us on track to be continually looked at as an emerging, prominent, and highly reputable firm in our field. I look forward to collaborating with Austin in his new role.”

Grant said, “It's certainly been an exciting, challenging, rewarding journey already. With a career in fire protection, I've been able to travel the world, see some very cool buildings and processes, and meet some great, smart, dedicated people. I've been involved in projects on military bases around the world, distilleries, breweries, schools, hospitals, hotels, office buildings, and everything in between. I'm a continuous learner. I never claim to have all the answers, but I am driven to find the answers and provide solutions that will ultimately save lives and property from the effects of fire.”