New Project Awards

December 8, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the following projects: The Yakima and Union Gap, Washington RFA Fiscal Analysis project. The fire agencies of the cities of Yakima and Union Gap and Yakima County fire protection districts #10 and #11 are currently investigating mutual benefits and the feasibility of the formation of a Regional Fire Authority (RFA). The goal … Read More

New Project Award

October 7, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the City of Charleston, South Carolina Fire Chief Executive Recruitment project. The primary objective is to acquire candidates that personify all of the qualifications, skills, and attributes that the City of Charleston is looking for in a Fire Chief. These candidates will complete ESCI’s thorough screening process. From the information gathered, ESCI will … Read More

New Project Award

September 14, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the Corvallis Police Department Regional Communications Center Feasibility Study. The primary objective of the Corvallis Regional Communications Center (CRCC) District Project is to evaluate, develop, and provide an accurate assessment of existing and future needs and requirements of CRCC as it relates to potential development of a District, providing the governing bodies … Read More

New Project Awards

September 6, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the following  Master Plans: Imperial County, California, Strathcona County, Alberta, Canada, and the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The  strategies intended to place these organizations in a position to successfully serve the future demands and risks. ESCI will develop and analyze various operational models for providing emergency services with the specific intent of identifying those … Read More

New Project Awards

August 8, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the Ferndale/Hazel Park, MI Shared Services Study. The Study will look at what is being currectly provided by both Ferndale and Hazel Park Fire Departments for emergency services and where we can make improvements. ESCI will provide a model that is both more efficient, works towards stabilizing funding, and provides employee … Read More

New Project Awards

August 2, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has been awarded the Strathcona County, Alberta, Canada Emergency Services  Master Plan. The Master Plan will assist Strathcona County Emergency Services (SCES) in designing the most effective and effcient service delivery model possible. ESCI will develop and analyze various operational models for providing emergency services  that can deliver the desired levels of service at the most … Read More

Events, Speaking Engagements, and Workshops

August 1, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI will be attending the following conferences: August 23-27, 2011 – Fire Rescue International (FRI) September 18-21, 2011 – International City Managers Association (ICMA) September 21-23, 2011 – California League of Cities September 26-28, 2011 – California Fire Chiefs Association October 6-8, 2011 – Montana Fire Chiefs October 27-29, 2011 – Washington Fire Commissioners Conference … Read More

Officials reject fire response standards

May 12, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

Saying Reno and Washoe County officials are on the eve of deciding whether to merge fire services, Reno and Washoe County elected officials voted Monday not to adopt regional fire response standards contained in a new study.  Read More….

New Strategic Partnership with Washington Fire Chief’s

April 26, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

The Washington Fire Chief’s has entered into a strategic partnership with Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) that will provide significant benefit to member agencies and the association itself. The benefits of this partnership include: When responding to a public or non-public RFP issued by a WFC member-employer in good standing, ESCI has agreed to reduce … Read More

ESCI in the News

April 13, 2011By esciadminBlog, ESCI

ESCI has completed a new Standards of Cover study for the Reno Fire Department and has been accepted by the Reno City Council. Follow the link for the full article http://www.rgj.com/article/20110315/NEWS/103150328 Follow the link for the TV News Video from the April 11, 2011 Meeting http://www.mynews4.com/story.php?id=40785