People

Andrew Miguel is an established fire alarm and low voltage systems engineer and consultant with over two decades of successfully providing clients with systems design and implementation expertise.  He brings a wealth of experience in reviewing and designing code compliant fire alarm systems and creating system documents for the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) approval and field installation inspections. He also has a breadth of experience as an engineering manager, central station supervisor, and instructor providing clients with value addition to his projects.

Mr. Miguel holds a NICET Level IV Fire Alarm Systems certification and is accomplished at providing complete design packages using multiple software design packages including AutoCAD.  His experiences include submitting California Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) for approval preconstruction and permit, developing shop drawing construction ready packages, and performing final systems testing and commissioning.

Since 2005, Mr. Miguel has served as a training instructor for the Western Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (WBFAA) Unilateral Apprenticeship Training Committee, an organization formed by the California Alarm Association (CAA) and the California Automatic Fire Alarm Association (CAFAA), to provide continuing education, apprenticeship training programs and preparing apprentices for the California Fire/Life/Safety Technician certification.

Prior to joining Guidepost, Mr. Miguel was a senior systems engineer and commissioning engineer for an international specialty engineering and equipment company, designing, project managing and providing in-field support for fire alarm and other low voltage systems.

EDUCATION

▪ General Education Diploma, Sierra High School

CERTIFICATIONS

▪ NICET Level IV Fire Alarm Systems
▪ NICET Level I Low Voltage Audio Systems

Andrew Miguel is an established fire alarm and low voltage systems engineer and consultant with over two decades of successfully providing clients with systems design and implementation expertise.  He brings a wealth of experience in reviewing and designing code compliant fire alarm systems and creating system documents for the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) approval and field installation inspections. He also has a breadth of experience as an engineering manager, central station supervisor, and instructor providing clients with value addition to his projects.

Mr. Miguel holds a NICET Level IV Fire Alarm Systems certification and is accomplished at providing complete design packages using multiple software design packages including AutoCAD.  His experiences include submitting California Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) for approval preconstruction and permit, developing shop drawing construction ready packages, and performing final systems testing and commissioning.

Since 2005, Mr. Miguel has served as a training instructor for the Western Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (WBFAA) Unilateral Apprenticeship Training Committee, an organization formed by the California Alarm Association (CAA) and the California Automatic Fire Alarm Association (CAFAA), to provide continuing education, apprenticeship training programs and preparing apprentices for the California Fire/Life/Safety Technician certification.

Prior to joining Guidepost, Mr. Miguel was a senior systems engineer and commissioning engineer for an international specialty engineering and equipment company, designing, project managing and providing in-field support for fire alarm and other low voltage systems.

EDUCATION

▪ General Education Diploma, Sierra High School

CERTIFICATIONS

▪ NICET Level IV Fire Alarm Systems
▪ NICET Level I Low Voltage Audio Systems