Our History and Qualifications Integrated Systems Group, Inc. was formed in March, 2000. ISG was formally incorporated in the State of Alaska in December, 2002. ISG is the successor company to Western States Fire Protection of Alaska and certain divisions of APi Systems Group ,Inc. ISG was formed from an asset purchase of several operations formerly owned by APi Group, Inc. APi offered ISG the opportunity to purchase assets and take over operations in Alaska and parts of Texas. The result of that decision is that it allowed ISG to bring an immediate presence into the marketplace, continue to operate with its core field of expertise, retain some of the same staff, and to remain capable of doing work in the locations with operations and beyond. A significant amount of time has been invested in working with vendors and clients to assist in developing new solutions in fire and gas Life Safety. As a result, the company has been involved with a number of large projects with successful results. With offices in Texas and Alaska, a full-time staff consisting of licensed, NICET certified senior technical people. Our professional expertise extends to a full complement of NICET level III & IV personnel certified in fire alarm and detection, special hazards and sprinkler design with RME status in various states. In addition, we have experienced and qualified personnel in security and CCTV. ISG has a corporate commitment to dedicate substantial resources toward full factory training of all engineering/design and field personnel critical to that part of our mission which commits us to full "on-the- ground" service capability. © Integrated Systems Group 2011. All Rights Reserved. Created by PorterPro Services. Integrated Systems Group offers mass notification and fire alarm systems for fire and gas detection systems and alarm annunciation systems... MORE FIRE ALARM From small electronic facilities to the largest industrial processing plants, we have a system that meets most any high valued asset environment. Novec™ 1230 Fire Protection Fluid, FM-200®, Argonite, Water Mist, High Pressure and Low Pressure CO2, and Nitrogen... MORE FIRE SUPPRESSION Mass Notification systems are used to provide information and instruction in a building or space using verbal as well as visual signals to relay information...MORE MASS NOTIFICATION